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BMW Jun 20
We are shocked to hear of Alex Zanardi’s accident in Italy. The whole BMW community is with you and your family in these hours. You are an extraordinary man and have always been a fighter - stay strong!
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BMW Motorsport Jun 20
We can’t believe what happened to Alex Zanardi. Our thoughts and the thoughts of the whole BMW family are with him.
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BMW USA Jun 11
Five million and counting! The 5 millionth BMW to be built in the U.S. has just rolled off the line at Plant Spartanburg in South Carolina. This BMW X5 M Competition will remain at the factory and become a part of the BMW historic collection.
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BMWUSA News Jun 11
The 5 millionth BMW built in the U.S.A. rolled off the line at Plant Spartanburg in South Carolina on Thursday, June 4, 2020. Last year, the Plant, which is BMW’s largest in the world, celebrated 25 years and set a new production record of 411,620 BMW Sports Activity Vehicles.
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Holy Name Medical Center Apr 8
We would like to thank the BMW Group for dropping off these vehicles for our employees to use! They will help our employees who usually take mass transit to work or may face issues with their personal cars. We cannot thank BMW group enough for their generous donations!
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BMWMovement Mar 31
As draws to a close, we’re taking another moment to celebrate the ! We thank them for sharing their inspirational stories and for creating positive impacts in their communities. To learn more, read their stories and advice:
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BMWUSA News Nov 21
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BMWUSA News Nov 20
Live from LA Auto Show: BMW M CEO Markus Flasch introduces two new fantastic M cars: The M2 CS (availed with Manual Trans.) and the M8 Gran Coupe.
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BMWUSA News Nov 20
Live from the LA Auto Show: Pieter Nota unveils the all new 2 Series Gran Coupe coming to the US in Q1 2020.
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BMWUSA News Nov 20
Live from the LA Auto Show: BMW Board Member Pieter Nota unveils all electric MINI Cooper S E and the 301hp Generation 3 MINI GP.
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BMWUSA News Nov 20
Live from the LA Auto Show: BMW Motorrad CEO Markus Schramm introduces the Concept R18 motorcycle and announced it will come to market in the second half of 2020.
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BMW Group Nov 20
Replying to @BMWGroup
Bernhard Kuhnt: "Alongside our amazing products comes our meaningful commitment to the U.S. In fact, this year we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of our U.S. manufacturing plant – Plant Spartanburg – a highlight we are all very proud of."
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BMWUSA News Sep 30
Before concluding the event, Plant Spartanburg CEO Knudt Flor unveiled a specially-marked red, white and blue BMW X7 that displays 25-year totals for vehicles produced, vehicles exported, investment and number of jobs.
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BMWUSA News Sep 30
SC Governor says BMW Plant Spartanburg continues to be a shining example of the premier workforce and manufacturing excellence that has become synonymous with South Carolina.
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BMWUSA News Sep 30
. Secretary Bobby Hitt says BMW’s decision to come to South Carolina was a game-changer, and the company’s impact on the state is immeasurable.
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BMWUSA News Sep 30
Every day, the Plant Spartanburg team produces five top-selling BMW X models and four Motorsport X models sold in more than 125 countries! So far, more than 4.75 million cars have been produced here says President & CEO Knudt Flor.
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BMWUSA News Sep 30
Since it opened 25 years ago, BMW Plant Spartanburg has grown to employ more than 11,000 people who build 1,500 BMWs every day! The Spartanburg plant is the largest BMW production facility in the world.
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BMWUSA News Sep 30
A 318i was the first car to roll off the assembly line at Plant Spartanburg in South Carolina 25 years ago!
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BMWUSA News Sep 30
BMW chose to locate its U.S. manufacturing location in South Carolina because of the deep water port of Charleston, the state’s advanced technical college system and its strong work ethic.
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BMWUSA News Sep 30
We’ve got a full house at BMW Plant Spartanburg as we celebrate 25 years of production in South Carolina!
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