Earl and Mary open a second store, in St. Albans.
Third store opens, in Montpelier.
Earl and Mary celebrate the opening of the Bond warehouse in Barre.
Their oldest son, Bill, graduates from college and begins running the Barre warehouse.
Their youngest son, George, also graduates from college to join the family business.
Earl retires, passing the torch to his two sons, and his son-in-law Tom Pecue.
Boasting 10 locations, Bond becomes a member of the Auto Value Marketing & Buying Group.
Bond grows by 13 locations and a wave of third generation family members: Scott and Craig Bond, Mike and Greg Pecue.
The first Bond jingle hits the airwaves.
The family opens a brand new 80,000 sq. ft. distribution center and warehouse, featuring a mezzanine and state-of-the-art automated conveyor system.
More third generation family joins the team in the early 2000s: Mark Mast, Andy and Chris Bond.
Bond gains an online presence with the launch of a company website.
Bond launches their Paint & Body division.
Bond purchases a local competitor, gaining 9 locations in Vermont and New Hampshire.
50 Year Anniversary!
Company re-brands, debuting a new logo and their mascot, Georgie.
Web presence expands greatly with an online store and Facebook page.
Bill Bond retires.
George Bond retires.