INNOVATION is the key to distinguishing ourselves as leaders as opposed to followers. We will push ourselves to explorer new technologies and create leading edge approaches to bring our products and services to market. By doing this, we maintain Bozard Ford Lincoln’s position as a premier company in Northeast Florida and leader in the automotive industry.
Anything worthy of our efforts, is worthy of our best efforts. If we can’t provide a top notch product and first-class experiences in all our endeavors, we will not attempt to deliver that product or service.
We are humbled by the history and character of the community in which we work and grateful for their loyalty to our dealership since 1949. With our people being our greatest asset, we give back through the efforts of our Bozard Family Foundation, our resources and most importantly, by supporting the endeavors of our associates to make their neighborhoods, schools and communities a better place for all.
We are proud of who we are. We have confidence in the integrity and values that our company represents, giving us a bold voice to share the message and vision of our brand with anyone whom we may cross paths.
Using our own imaginations we are able to put ourselves in the shoes of others as we navigate through their time with us. We work with open minds and open hearts, knowing everyone we encounter has a story we may not know yet.
We conduct our operations, our facilities and ourselves with the utmost respect for all others at all times. We value the contributions of our team members, our customers, our community and our families for their impact on our success.
Inspired leaders, cohesive teams and a laser sharp focus line us up to continue to break down the walls of the conventional auto dealership. The experience we provide starts with engaged employees, creates engaged customers and builds caring, trusting, life-long relationships.
See more inspiration in the videos below.
A full fireman suit is approximately 45lbs. Not only does Mark McCorkle suit up in that, he also runs a few miles in it. Over the last few years he has participated in close to over 100 of the Steven Stiller tunnels2towers Foundation runs benefiting those who lost their lives on 9/11. He was asked by the president of tunnels2towers to organize his own 5k runs here in St. Augustine raising money towards this event.
Kevin has taken his passion for riding motorcycles and turned it into a way to give back to others while still having fun. For 3 years he has raised over 20k organizing motor cycle benefits, the proceeds go to the Boys and Girls Club.
How do you spend your vacation? Nancy took her 6 day vacation and joined a group from her church and flew to Los Angeles to serve the homeless on skid row. Nancy was also a part of the LA Dream Center which has several locations throughout the city, where she went and knocked on doors to say Hi to Mom or Dad and then take the kids to the playground and help them with homework. Her favorite memory from being out in LA was being a part of the Foster Care Intervention program. She personally brought families furniture and enough food for a several weeks.
Ryan Davis (better known to most as "Moose"), took his Womanless beauty talents off the runway and has raised over 10k for the Boys and Girls Club. He was also recently asked to serve as a member of the board of directors of the Boys and Girls Club St Johns County.
When Zach Gibbs was asked to be a part of the Womanless Beauty Pageant he had no idea it would turn into more than just dressing pretty. He took it a step further and has now raised 9k and spends time volunteering for St. Augustine Youth Services.