Jordan Ison

Jordan Ison


Jordan Ison


In grade 13, I took 3 math courses and 3 sciences. After receiving a scholarship, I attended school in the United States and graduated with a BA. After being in the Automotive Business now for 30+ years, it’s become part of my DNA. My wife and kids are my world! I’ve always loved staying athletic by doing Wild n’ Crazy things such as mountain biking, parachuting, hand gliding, scuba diving, bungee jumping…

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My Schedule

9:00am – 6:00pm
11:00am – 6:00pm
9:00am – 6:00pm
11:00am – 6:00pm
9:00am – 3:00pm
Day Off

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(416) 696-4396

Me in a Few Questions

Where’s Home?

Roughly one hundred billion galaxies are scattered throughout our observable Universe, each a glorious system that might contain billions of stars. Many are remarkably beautiful. My home is on one called Planet Earth. Ok, Toronto.

If you could have any superpower, what would it be?

The ability to turn invisible. Don’t rule out the possibility; one of the most common things we know about the brain is that there’s a lot of things we still DON’T know about the brain. We all know the phrase “Mind over Matter”.

If time and money were no option where would you go?

I’d become part of the MarsOne Project which wants to send people on a one-way trip to Mars establishing a human settlement, and they want to do it by 2023. Just think about the business opportunities- Mars Honda. Ok, Bora Bora.

The last book you read?

The Giving Tree is a book that I have read numerous times. This is an engaging story that touches the heart each time it’s read. Envisioning the tree as a parent, brings home the sentiment that the love between a parent and child really is endless.

Best compliment you have received?

As I stated in my Bio, I love staying athletic. Rarely does a day pass without a workout. On more than one occasion, people have called me Rambo or said “You look go…… for your age”.

What question do you hate to answer?

What question do you hate to answer?

Who is your hero?

My wife! For the thousand little things she does every day. Thanks.

If you could retired tomorrow, what would you do?

I wish I could retire every December and come back to work every March. While on temporary retirement you could find me anywhere where I could work out daily and the sunshine is ubiquitous.