History of Gosch Auto Group

History Of Gosch Auto Group





For over 50 years Gosch Ford Hemet has been supplying Hemet and the surrounding areas with quality vehicles and excellent customer service. Originally established in 1964 in the small downtown area of Hemet, founder Jack Gosch opened his doors with just 12 employees after spending 11 years with the Ford Motor Company in Los Angeles.

Gosch enjoyed success from the start after his switch to car dealer owner and found the small-town atmosphere benefited both dealership and city. As his business grew with the valley, Gosch built a new Ford dealership in 1970 at the corner of Florida and Dartmouth, then opened Gosch Toyota next door in 1972. Throughout all of this Jack Gosch remained involved in local community groups and clubs, opening the first fast food franchise in Hemet, a Taco Bell in 1969, and founding The Bank of Hemet in 1974, which is still in use.

After his sons Eric and Marc joined the business in the 1980's, it became clear to Gosch that more opportunities were located on the west side of the valley. With the help of the City of Hemet, Gosch joined forces with six other car dealers in town to build the Hemet Auto Mall, where they currently own and operate four dealerships. By bringing together dealers from outside the city limits the City ultimately doubled its auto sales tax revenue and allowed auto shoppers to more easily find quality new vehicles for sale, spelling success for the people of Hemet.

Still thriving today, Eric and Marc continue to lead the the family business along with their own sons Patrick and Matthew. Owning auto dealerships across Hemet, Temecula, and Escondido, the Gosch family has kept their customer-first philosophy at the core of their dealership, making them the premier Ford destination in Hemet. Stop in today to experience a superior car-buying experience at Gosch Ford Hemet!



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