Marshall Jespersen, president of International Cars in Danvers, Mass., received the Governors Highway Safety Association Peter K. O'Rourke Special Achievement Award. The award is presented to an organization, agency or individual with significant accomplishments in the field of highway safety. Jespersen was recognized for his work with Skid School, an advanced driving school for teens. International Cars owns four dealerships: Honda North in Danvers; Dover Auto World (Chevrolet-Honda-Audi-Porsche) in Dover, N.H.; Saturn of Manchester in Manchester, N.H.; and Saturn of Nashua in Nashua, N.H.
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Walter Anderson, Michael Hansen and Andy Hansen of Royal Motor Sales of San Francisco (Volvo-VW-Audi-Mazda) receive a 50-year award for Volvo. Pictured, from left, are Greg Hembrough, Volvo Cars of North America's sales and marketing manager; Christian Roettgers, Volvo's San Francisco market manager; North Holbrook, vice president of Volvo's Western region; Walter Anderson, the founder of the dealership; Michael Hansen, the president; and Andy Hansen, the general sales manager.
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