Alpine Buick GMC has built a reputation on providing courteous, honest service. Our Denver CO customers appreciate the way we do business, and we know you will too!! Take a moment to read the information below and find out what makes our Denver Buick GMC dealership an exceptional place to buy or service your automobile.
At Alpine Buick GMC, we are committed to playing an active role in our community. We’re involved in a number of local fundraisers and events, including charity golf tournaments, after prom programs and Children’s Miracle Network to name a few.
Thursday’s are Senior Day!!! Seniors receive discounts on Buick service visits and at our GMC parts department, as well as receive a complimentary custom car wash!!!
Alpine Buick GMC proudly sells the Buick Enclave, Buick LaCrosse, Buick Lucerne, Buick Regal, Buick Verano, GMC Acadia and GMC Acadia Denali, GMC Canyon, GMC Savana, GMC Sierra and Sierra Denali, GMC Terrain and GMC Yukon and GMC Yukon Denali vehicles.
Come see us today and we will help get you into the new Buick or new GMC you want! Alpine Buick GMC proudly serves customers in the greater Denver area, including Denver, Aurora, Lakewood and Littleton.
Owner and President, Alpine Buick GMC
As owner and president of Alpine Buick GMC (Alpine), Ivette Dominguez is in a class by herself. A self-made woman and daughter of Cuban immigrants, Ivette is one of just six Hispanic female Buick GMC dealership owners among 4,458 General Motors (GM) dealerships in the country.
With no regard for barriers, Ivette purchased her dealership in 2005. She has increased average revenues for new Buick, new GMC, pre-owned Buick and pre-owned GMC vehicles consistently over the past six years. In May 2009, Ivette was awarded GM’s prestigious Mark of Excellence for the Western region, given in recognition of superior sales, customer satisfaction and training. And in 2010, the Denver Business Journal named her “Outstanding Woman of the Year” in the large business category.
Ivette has been recognized by General Motors for her efforts to identify the growing influence of women and minorities on the auto industry – as both customers and employees/owners. She sits on the company’s Minority Dealer's Advisory Council representing Hispanic GM dealers and is a member of the GM Women’s Retail Initiative, where she plays a role in GM’s initiatives designed to change industry practices. Finally, Ivette contributes her time in support of the automobile industry by volunteering for the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association and the National Automobile Dealer’s Association.
Ivette consistently gives back to her community, particularly women and their families, and has contributed thousands and thousands of dollars and man-hours to the children and families of Colorado. In 2009, she was named a finalist for the prestigious 9News Leader of the Year Award, given by the Denver Metro Chamber Foundation and the Colorado Leadership Alliance. Ivette was honored in 2010 by the Girls Scouts of Colorado for her commitment to the community and received the organization’s annual “Woman of Distinction” award.
In January 2011, Ivette launched The Alpine Difference, a program that recognizes and funds non-profit organizations making a difference in the lives of women and families in the Denver metro region. Each quarter Dominguez and her team will choose a worthy charity or charities to receive up to $10,000.
Additionally, for the past six years, Ivette has supported the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals’ annual Alice’s 36 Hours for Kids radiothon, by sponsoring the Phone Bank so that every penny earned goes directly to the fund. She also personally makes phone calls to potential donors, and assists the group in raising millions of dollars to benefit The Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Children’s Fund. And, in 2011, Ivette joined the Denver Zoo’s Board of Trustees.
Ivette also promotes the economic growth of Hispanics locally through work with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver (formerly the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce). She has been a member of the organization’s Board of Directors since 2009 and supports the Chamber’s Education Foundation. In recognition for all her efforts, the organization bestowed on Ivette the title of “Business Woman of the Year” in 2007.
A former Californian, Ivette is a graduate of San Diego State University. She and her husband Mike have an nine-year-old daughter.