Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Jenkins Acura




We've driven an Acura automobile for close to six years. When we moved to Ocala, we brought our car to Jenkins Acura for service, and we've been quite pleased with that relationship. When it comes to servicing automobiles, one of the most important people involved is the service representative. The bottom photo in this series features Bobby Craft, a service representative who works hard to ensure that his customers are taken care of promptly and that the work is done properly.

11 comments:

Lois said...

It's nice to have a service department at a dealership you can trust. I have that same luxury at my dealership, and as a result I keep buying cars from them!

Dusty Lens said...

One of the most important people to know is the people at yout car repair shop.

Bob Poris said...

We have had similar experiences with Jenkins Hyundai and our wonderful service rep is also named Bob. We lease and get excellent service.

Boise Diva said...

Isn't that nice?

max said...

special very!! i don't this make of car in my country!! it seems to be a very good make of car!!!

magiceye said...

good to see the customer respected

Per Stromsjo said...

I imagine there'd be fewer reasons to smile during this kind of an economic downturn. All the more important to know your customers then.

Saretta said...

Good custumer service is a dying art!

Greensboro Daily said...

Looks like you have more than one daily photo and several blogs. Great work on all. How do you manage them all?

Jacob said...

Greensboro - Good question. Sometimes they manage me...I may have to give up one or two...

Thanks for stopping by.

Robert said...

Robert -Brooksville Fl. Acura RL what a great car!
owner of the Acura since 1991 -and Jenkins Acura is tops -currently we have the 2006 RL and plan to
buy a 2010 when they arrive sometimes later this ear. Why the RL? No problems ,why Jenkins? Just plain good people.

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