Rahim Hassanally an automotive industry leader has served as secretary for the Toyota Lexus Minority Dealers Association Board of Directors. He is also a member of the National Automotive Dealers Association. He is also an associate of both the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers and has experience of working as the Administration Committee and Chair of the Policy and Procedure Committee. He in his career has earned a lot of esteemed distinctions in his career, including earning the name of Board Member of AIADA.
Rahim Hassanally has a family business and he could have gone into the hotel business that his parents had established several years before, but his heart was somewhere else. At the age of 16, he signed up for classes at a local car dealership and thus taking place daily classes from 8 am to midday to be trained how to be a better salesman. Through a co-op work learning program with his Texas high school, Rahim has the ability to sell cars at the Colonial Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep in Dallas and still earn his diploma.
He was usually at it and was selling approx. 25 to 30 vehicles in a month in no time when he started his career. Mr. Rahim Hassanally continued humanizing and demonstrated his rising talents at diverse dealerships programs before finally being promoted to General Sales Manager. He afterward earned a bachelor's degree in political science at Southern Methodist University in Dallas to hone his aptitude and gain knowledge of diverse and changing auto sales market.
Rahim Hassanally by the age of 28 started his own dealership and after the success of his first dealership he later operated 16 franchises and formed hundreds of jobs and income for Solano County people and beyond.