Lou Tedeschi- President A.S.P.I. Motor Cars
| Lou opened L&J Texaco in Stoughton MA in February of 1985 after five years as a Master line technician with Berejik Oldsmobile in Needham, MA. In 1987, Lou and his brother in law Tony moved to Dedham, MA and opened Restoration City Automotive. Restoring and selling classic muscle cars as well as general repairs, it soon became necessary for more space. In late 1988 the business was moved to a 3000 square foot facility next to its original location and Automotive Service Plus Inc. was born. With nine employees led by Lou and Tony, they soon out grew the expansion and decided to seek more room for their used car sales. In 2004 the used car portion of the operations was moved to 215 Milton St in Dedham. Currently in the same two locations, Lou manages the sales, Detail and Finance departments, while Tony Manages the repair facility. |
2007 MIADA Quality Dealer of the year. Lou was the president of the Massachusetts Independent Dealers Association from 2007-2009. President of the New England Independent Dealers Association 2010-2011. Currently the Chairman of the Board for NEIADA as well as Corporate Secretary for the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association (NIADA).
Lou is most proud of his accomplishments as a volunteer coach with Dedham Little League for the past 14 years. With three sons going through the system, Lou has coached in Minors, Majors and Babe Ruth.
“It’s all about the kids, winning is great, but it is about sportsmanship and learning how to loose and keeping your emotions in check. These kids are going to lose more in life than they are going to win. They need to know how to fall off the horse, brush themselves off and get right back on again.”
Tony Venuto- Vice President A.S.P.I. Motor Cars
|Tony an ASE certified Technician started his career at 13 with his brother Joe who owns Joe’s Auto Sales and Service in Dedham MA. After graduating High School, Tony went to work for Berejik Oldsmobile as a line technician. Tony left Oldsmobile in late 1985 to join his brother in law Lou at L&J Texaco. In 1987 Tony and Lou moved to Dedham. Tony specialized in VW and foreign vehicles, while Lou’s specialty was GM as well as American vehicles, the business continued to grow. Now located in two 3000 sq. ft. buildings. Tony manages the Service department along with Service writer Greg Crandell. |
Since 1996 the service department of A.S.P.I. Motor Cars has been voted the best service in the Dedham area by GKM market surveys. 15 years at #1 and running.
Tony has a daughter Nicole and a son Anthony JR . Tony is a volunteer soccer coach in the town of Norwood MA.
“ We are a family run business and I like to treat my customers the same way, Like family.”