Rusnak Auto Group - In the News


"Pasadena's Cancer Support Community Announces 25th Annual Angel Gala" -

The Rusnak Auto Group has been a proud supporter of The Cancer Support Community Pasadena (CSCP), which is an organization that is one of the 50 Cancer Support Community affiliates located in the United States. The CSCP will be holding their Annual Angel Gala on Saturday April 8, 2017 at 6:30pm at Los Angeles' City Club located in downtown LA, where the Rusnak Auto Group will be recognized as one of this year's Angel Award Honorees. The Gala is celebrating their 25th year hosting this event which will feature a reception, entertainment, a silent auction, and more. The proceeds for this event will be used to raise the vital funds that are needed in order to provide support for those fighting cancer in our local community. Read This Article >

"Environmental Lawyer Now Runs Car Dealer Group"

Victoria Rusnak took over as the CEO and President of the Rusnak Auto Group in 2013, and she's continued to be an influential example for other women interested in the automotive industry. Her background in the automotive industry began as a child growing up and watching her father and company founder, Paul Rusnak, and like many auto dealer's children, she got a selling cars at the age of 18.  She went on to college at the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business where she earned a bachelor's degree in marketing management. She went on to pursue and earn a law degree from Gonzaga University of Law School, as well as a master's degree in environmental law from the Law School at George Washington University.

In 2006, Victoria decided to move from her home in Seattle to come to Los Angeles, becoming the Rusnak Auto Group's chief operating officer. She took her business and legal savvy and applied it to the auto industry.  She completed the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Dealer Academy, and in 2009, then California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, appointed Victoria to the California New Motor Vehicle Board. She was reappointed in 2013 and 2015 by Governor Jerry Brown. Read This Article >