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April 19, 2019
Making Change: Bavarian Motorsport
It’s no small feat in to operate this small business in a small town for so long,” says Allison Brunovszky, owner of Bavarian Motorsport. But she wouldn’t trade it for anything. She’s passionate about serving her customers and supporting the community where she lives and works.
Allison and her husband have been investing in Kennett Square as business owners since 1990. The business has evolved, but their focus on providing excellent service remains the same. “We usually see people when they need something,” Allison says, and she enjoys the challenge of problem solving.
Although Allison grew up in a car business family, she never thought she’d be in the business herself. But when her husband retired five years ago, she took over. She loves the drive of managing a business and working with her team, which includes her daughter. “We’re like a little family,” she says.
“Kennett Square has turned out to be a great investment. The good people here attract good business and vice versa. People see a future in this area, and it has become a fun destination because our community has so much to offer.”
The Bavarian Motorsport sales showroom is unique, with everything from newer vehicles to better trade-ins and collectibles. “There’s something new every day,” Allison says, “and our cars go all over the country and around the world.” Her favorite car is usually the one that just sold, but she’s particularly fond of Porsche Turbos. Bavarian Motorsport also provides professional, personalized full-service maintenance and repairs on all makes and models.
When she’s not in the showroom, Allison enjoys working with great charitable organizations to help make a difference—including Longwood Rotary Club, the Kennett Run, and United Way of Southern Chester County.
“Twenty-eight-plus years down the road,” she says, “Kennett Square has turned out to be a great investment. The good people here attract good business and vice versa. People see a future in this area, and it has become a fun destination because our community has so much to offer.”