Committed to Columbia. Committed to our team.
Innovate. Excel. Repeat.
Apple has served Columbia and the surrounding Maryland area for over thirty years. And for thirty years, we’ve considered it an honor and a privilege. Our secret is simple. We do right by our customers and that’s something that won’t change. Ever.
We know the key to a well performing team is investment from within. At Apple, employees enjoy training opportunities and a chance to move up within the organization. We work everyday to foster a positive and professional environment where people can grow.
This is not your ordinary car dealership. This is a fast growing enterprise that operates in each facets of the automotive sales, service, and repair business.
George Doetsch, Jr.
George Doetsch, Jr. is the Chairman and Owner of Apple Ford based in Columbia, Maryland. Born and raised in Maryland, he received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland College Park and completed his graduate studies at Loyola College. Mr. Doetsch has served as General Partner of Concert Technopolis, a Russian-American business entity franchised Ford Dealer, in Chelyabinsk, Russia since 1990. Additionally, he is the owner of Marama Farm Thoroughbred Breeding and Racing Horse Farm, which is the host site of Howard Community College’s Grand Prix Event. Mr. Doetsch serves the Maryland community in a number of ways, including being a Board Member for numerous charities including the Howard County General Hospital Board of Trustees, the University of Maryland Medical System Shock Trauma Center, and the American Heart Association.
Chip Doetsch has been a member of the Columbia business community for over twenty years. In addition to serving as President of Apple Ford Lincoln, which under his leadership, has grown to be one of the largest automotive dealerships in the Mid-Atlantic Region, Chip also serves as an Allstate Insurance Agent. The Doetsch family participates in a wide variety of community and charitable organizations including the Howard County Shock Trauma Center, the Howard County Chamber of Commerce, and the Howard Community College Educational Fund.