Meet our Team
Stefano Serpa is responsible for the growth and management of the new Serpa Automotive Boutique as well as Serpa Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM at 401 and Kennedy, Toronto. He grew up with ‘oil in his blood,’ starting out washing cars, running around our former Mazda service area with a washer fluid bottle, demanding to top up cars. It was a kind of family tradition, starting at the bottom. He joined our BMW dealership after graduating from Brock University in June 2012; he can still remember the first vehicle he sold: a silver 328i, with black leather and a sport package. And the next: an X5 diesel in platinum grey. “My favorite part of the job is seeing the pure excitement from clients when they pick up their beautiful machines,” Stefano says. “It feels good knowing I was a part of something memorable and the Boutique will make many of those experiences even stronger.”
Mat loves autos and motorcycles. Not just a car buff, he lives the dream by modifying and racing vehicles. He worked at our Richmond Hill Mazda dealership before transferring to Serpa BMW and now joining the Serpa Automotive Boutique. He feels that helping find the right vehicle for individuals, “makes a difference in their lives.” He lives by the motto ‘to never lie and never prejudge an individual.’ In his spare time, in addition to his auto interests, he enters fitness competitions, including the Tough Mudder, the Becel 75km Ride For Heart and Sporting Life 10K.
Albion started his involvement with luxury vehicles at 18 years old but and then joined our BMW dealership for five years. He considers himself very hands on. “Show me how to do it a couple times and I have it down,” he says. What he loves about working at with fine vehicles is the opportunity to “learn something new daily.”
Tony’s background was in the restaurant industry before joining the Serpa Automotive Group. He has been in love with autos “his whole life.” He is also a trained wine expert. “The culinary and auto businesses have more in common than people might believe,” he says. “Customers are guests entering your premises and they deserve to be treated with courtesy and respect. They tell their friends when they had a good experience, and that’s what builds the business.”