Meet the Staff of All Star Auto Center
"Bino" Martinez - Salesman
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Bino has the car biz in his blood. Partnering with Sam Snider back in 1977 to form Martinez & Snider Motor Co, Bino won the hearts of many in the four corners with his friendly personality and honest business dealings. Who can forget his catch-phrase, "If you don't know used cars, know your used car dealer"? While the business's name may have changed, the standards haven't. Bino strives to help people find the right car for them—price, reliability and personal taste. If the right car isn't on the lot right now, Bino, along with Patrick, will help you find it.
All Star Auto Center - Friendly Staff
From the moment you step on our lot until the time you drive away in your next car, your buying experience with All Star Auto Center is our number one priority. We encourage you to use the expertise and resources of our sales staff; they are here to help you find the right car at the right price. Call us today at 505-325-2300 to schedule your test drive!
Patrick Martinez - General Mgr
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Patrick has over 30 years experience in the automotive sales industry. He began his sales career working for Martinez & Snider Motor Company in 1982. Afterward, he worked for numerous "new car stores" in Phoenix, Arizona. He returned to New Mexico with his family and again worked for Martinez & Snider as a salesman from July 1992 until December 1999. He took over management of the dealership on January 1st, 2000 with a name change to All-Star Auto Center. He remains being the General Manager. In 2018 he was recognized by the New Mexico Independent Automobile Dealers Association (NMIADA), for 25 years of dedicated service to that organization, where he served as a Board Member of the NMIADA for many years—Treasurer for 4 years, President for 1 year and then as the Chairman of the Board. During his tenure, he was instrumental in advocating rules and procedures that protect both auto dealers and consumers, and he continues to operate by a standard that exceeds the NMIADA's strict code of ethics.