Chrysler has had a big part in bringing the economy up again in the detroit area. We would like to tank the new Chrysler inventory, including the 2012 200 and 300 models for their success. 'The Motor City' is in the car company's blood, and the forefront of their latest marketing campaign "Imported From Detroit." To help celebrate a special occasion, Chrysler has welcomed 70 employees to the company on their first day of work at Detroit's iconic Dine Building.
Dealers like Jeff D'Ambrosio in Downingtown, PA take pride in offering Chrysler cars, but this will actually be the first time Chrysler will have a presence in downtown Detroit. These 70 employees will take up office space on the top two floors of the Dime Building.
"Detroit is the place that we feel at home," said Chrysler Group CEO Sergio Marchionne, adding that once the workers move down from the company's Auburn Hills headquarters, the building will be referred to as 'Chrysler House.'1
Chrysler has operated on the outskirts of Detroit for decades along with several facilities in the Michigan suburbs.
The Dime Building was purchased by the founder of Quicken Loans just last year. He made a promise to bring "big business" to this location. Having Chrysler move in is a great start.