Curry Hyundai | New & Used Car Dealers near Peekskill, Ossining and Mahopac, New York
We have a strong and committed sales staff with many years of experience satisfying our customers' needs in the Peekskill, Ossining and Cortlandt Manor, New York, region. We will help you find the right vehicle to fit your needs! Feel free to browse our inventory online and request more information about our new 2012, 2013 Hyundai cars and used cars, trucks or SUVs. Set up a test drive in a Veracruz, Elantra, Tucson, Sonata or Santa Fe, or inquire about our auto financing options. We can get the car loan or lease that works within your budget.
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Whether you are looking for a new, certified pre-owned or used Hyundai, Curry Hyundai is here to help. If you don't see what you are looking for, click on CarFinder, fill out the form, and we will let you know when vehicles arrive that match your search! If you would rather discuss your options with our friendly sales staff, visit us in person. We are located at 3026 East Main Street, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567, or call us at (866) 486-9479. We look forward to serving you!
Curry Automotive Gives Back to the Community
The "On the Boardwalk" Masked Ball Gala was a Great Success! The event Raised Over $500,000 for the Westchester Children's Museum.
Over 400 enthusiastic supporters of the future Westchester Children's Museum (WCM) attended the On the Boardwalk Masked Ball on October 13 at the Mamaroneck Beach and Yacht Club, and raised over $500,000 for the Campaign for the Westchester Children's Museum.
Cynthia Foster Curry and Bernard F. Curry III were the evening's honorees, having been a driving force in the Campaign for several years. Bernard F. Curry III is the Owner and Chief Executive of Curry Automotive, which has been family owned and operated since 1919 with 13 new car franchises in Westchester County, as well as franchises in Chicopee, Massachusetts and Atlanta, Georgia.
"This event demonstrated strong community support for the WCM, and will enable us to build a world-class museum for our children and the children of this county for generations to come," commented Corinne Zola, president of the WCM Board of Directors. "This gala was an unprecedented success; it was a sold out event and it doubled the amount of funds raised from the previous year. Quite a remarkable achievement!"
With a goal of opening in 2009 in the historic landmark Bathhouses at Rye Playland on Long Island Sound, the Westchester Children's Museum is currently in midst of a Campaign to raise $7 million in funds over the next two years with support from individuals, business and Westchester County.
The County has allocated funds to restore the exterior of the Bathhouses and bring the buildings up to current code in anticipation of constructing a public-use facility. Upon completion of the County's remediation and restoration of the site, the Westchester Children's Museum will begin building out the interior as the new museum.
"We have the enthusiastic support of County Executive Andy Spano and members of the Board of Legislators. Our goal at this time is to raise funds necessary to create the world-class facility that we envision, and to sustain its existence for generations to come," Ms. Zola added.
Once open, the Westchester Children's Museum will be a vibrant hands-on learning laboratory where children with their families, caregivers or teachers, can explore the history, arts, environment, and cultural diversity of our regional and global communities. The iconic pavilions will provide nearly 38,000 square feet of space for temporary and permanent exhibits, classrooms, a birthday party room, performance space, restaurant/cafe, gift shop, and other amenities.
For more information about the Westchester Children's Museum, call 914-421-5050 or visit www.discoverWCM.org.