The Roy’s treatment
For the person who seems to have everything, a gift certificate from Roy's Chevrolet Buick GMC dealership in Green Valley would be the perfect present.
While everyone would appreciate a new car, accessories are always welcome.
People have been getting the “Royal” treatment since 1963, when two brothers, Roger and Gilles Roy, started the company that bears their name today.
After General Motors approached the Roys to open a dealership, they began to build their business at a White Rose gas station. Roger became the Dealer Principal and Gilles became the Service Manager.
In 1989 a young man from Gatineau, purchased the dealership from Roger Roy. This man was Robert Labonté. He was raised in the automotive industry in the Ottawa region. Young, talented, determined and full of ideas, Bob made many changes to the dealership.
Robert Labonté passed away in March, 2003 after 14 years of dedicated contribution to the Roy's Pontiac Buick Cadillac GMC legacy. Wanting to keep the business in the family, his wife Sylvie Anne assumed the interim position and in October 2004, was appointed Dealer Principal by General Motors.