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Priority #1: Shopping Safe

Under the current state and federal guidelines, our business is classified as an Essential Automotive Repair Service delivering essential automotive repair functions and services for local residents.

Our team is committed to doing our best to prevent the spread of COVID-19. To that end, we are doing everything the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is asking of us to maintain a safe retail space. This includes:

  1. Voluntary-basis employee scheduling, with all practicing safe health guidelines: staying home if sick, washing hands often, not touching face, covering nose and mouth when sneezing/coughing, maintaining social distancing when not at work.

  2. All employees in contact with your vehicle will wear gloves, and your vehicle will be disinfected before and after service and delivery.

  3. Sanitizing all equipment and products in our stores throughout the day.

  4. Limiting customers entry into the store (preventing crowding) to preserve the 6ft distancing guidelines

  5. Minimizing cash transactions by taking credit and debit card payments.

The decision to remain open was not an easy one to make and not made for financial gain, but rather in support of servicing the members of our community.

Priority #2: Shopping Local

Shop local. Eat local. Spend local. Support local. As we look ahead to tough economic times, it’s important to remember that local businesses provide more local jobs, more local investments, and more local security.

We are your neighbors, your friends, and your family.

Shopping Local = Supporting Your Community

  1. Local Economic Stimulus

  2. Unique Businesses Create Character & Prosperity

  3. Environmental Impact Is Reduced

  4. Local Business Owners Invest In Community

  5. Public Benefits Far Outweigh Public Costs

  6. Customer Service Is Better

  7. Most New Jobs Are Provided By Local Businesses

  8. Non-Profits Receive Greater Support

  9. Competition And Diversity Leads To More Consumer Choices

  10. You Matter More

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