Today Grappone Mazda is owned by fourth generation Grappone family member Amanda Grappone Osmer, whose philosophy of doing business dovetails with Mazda's: create an intentional and well designed experience that guests will love and remember, and serve the greater community while doing it. In 2024, 100 years after her great-grandparents opened a single filling station in Concord, NH, Amanda and her team return to the capital city with a ground-up facility that will set a new standard for the guest and community experience.
Grappone Mazda has been designed to provide the best retail sales, servicing, and parts experience for our guests. But it will also be a place for gathering and reflecting on ways to make our community richer, better, and more vibrant. In addition to proudly training new Automotive Technicians and other Dealership Specialists, Grappone Mazda will provide space for nonprofit groups to meet free of charge, and will be a satellite meeting location for Saint Anselm's Gregory J. Grappone Humanities Institute.