Employee Spotlight: Mark Sattler

CASTLE SUBARU

SALES

Mark started at Neilson Auto in 1977 as a service technician and worked his way up to Assistant Service Manager after 5 years. Although he loved working in service, Mark decided to to move over to the retail side and start selling cars. Mark has been selling cars since 1988, and has been a top sales person eve since! He is a valuable asset to Castle and brings a cult-like following of Subaru enthusiasts with him.

In addition to being a top performer at Castle, Mark has been recognized by Subaru of America as an Elite Salesperson and was featured on Subarunet.com as a SUBIESTAR!

More About Mark:

Mark’s hobbies consist of kayaking, fishing and woodworking. As a boy, his father taught him something that he now lives his life by, “Measure three times and cut once.” We’re happy to have such a great person like Mark on our team!

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