Darren Henry Jaguar in Miami has been Mike Berger's sole employer for his entire adult life.
Berger's father worked at the dealership, and helped his high school son land a part-time job cleaning the shop. After the son graduated, he began working full-time at the dealership.
Today, nearly 25 years since he first took a job at Warren Henry Jaguar, Berger still works at the dealership alongside his dad, who has been with the Warren Henry group for more than 30 years.
"It's pretty much been my only job," says Berger, now the dealership's shop foreman. "I've done every job imaginable, from car washer to mechanic to porter to cashier to a paperwork handler. Anything in the service department, I've done and mastered over the years."
Though the dealership shares some staff with Warren Henry's Land Rover dealership, there are about 25 employees who work solely for the Jaguar dealership, which sold or leased 191 vehicles last year. Many of those staff members have been with the dealership for decades, creating a familylike atmosphere.
"We basically all grew up together," Berger says.
Warren Henry Jaguar ranks No. 1 among small dealerships, defined as those with fewer than 49 employees, in this year's Automotive News ranking of the 100 Best Dealerships To Work For.