VIRGINIA INDEPENDENT AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION 1525 Huguenot Rd., Ste. 102, Midlothian, VA 23113

Quality Dealer of the Year

Quality Dealer Award Criteria – information about the program and criteria to be considered for nomination

Quality Dealer Application – this is a Word document that every District QD must submit to the state for consideration as the State Quality Dealer

2021 QUALITY DEALER OF THE YEAR
Andrew Wiley, Consumers Auto Warehouse


Virginia Senator Jennifer Boysko (left) presented Andrew with his Quality Dealer of the Year plaque.

Andrew Wiley, Consumers Auto Warehouse

Andrew Wiley grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia before moving to the Shenandoah Valley where he graduated from James Madison University with a degree in Finance and Economics. He started in the car business at a Honda dealership in Northern Virginia after graduating from college before returning to Harrisonburg to start the special finance department at a local Nissan store. Expanding on his automotive experience, he later worked for several finance companies as a marketing representative, regional manager and national sales manager before starting his own dealership, Consumers Auto Warehouse in Waynesboro, Virginia in 2000.

Andrew’s dealership has grown considerably since his early days in the car business, as has his involvement in our industry and charitable causes. Over the years, Consumers Auto Warehouse has grown to include a rental car agency, a full service facility, and a separate finance company. The dealership is entering its 22nd year and employs 17 people in Staunton, Virginia. He is a NIADA Certified Master Dealer and a National Automotive Finance Association Certified Consumer Credit Compliance Professional. He has served as a youth soccer coach and a Cub Scout and Boy Scout leader for his children. His company supports local sports, provides vehicles for JMU Athletics, and contributes to numerous local charitable organizations. He has served on the VIADA Board of Directors for 10 years as a District Director, Secretary, Treasurer, and most recently as State President. He was appointed by the Governor to serve a four year term on the Motor Vehicle Dealer Board and was recently selected to serve on the NIADA Foundation Board of Directors.

Andrew and his wife Jess live in Staunton and have five children ranging in age from 8 to 22. Their sons Noah and Grant are recipients of the VIADA Ladies Auxiliary Scholarship. Their other three children, Drew, T-Mac, and Truitt live with them and attend school in the Shenandoah Valley.