The Neelans – Hugs and Kisses for Their Tahoe
Michelle brought in her two sons, Dylan and Tyler to get a few things done to their brand-new Tahoe. Coming back from shopping while we put on a few bells-and-whistles on her Tahoe, She was more than delighted to share her experience with Runde’s.
What brought you into Runde’s today?
We bought eight cars from a dealer in Waterloo. But decided to try somewhere different.
How did you find us?
I was searching through Chevy.com for Tahoe’s and put in the different features I wanted in the vehicle and it showed me Runde Auto Group as having the Tahoe with the features I wanted in stock.
*one of Michelle’s sons comes running through the door*
Oh hello there.
What’s your name?
How old are you Dylan?
Did you see the vehicle your mom got?
Michelle: Honey, what did you do when you first saw the car?
Dylan: I kissed it!
You must love the car then, huh?
hat are you going to be using the Tahoe for?
Michelle: It’s going to be used for traveling back and forth for hockey.
Lots of storage in that Tahoe for that! Do both of your kids play hockey?
Nope, just Tyler.
Does Tyler have a favorite hockey player?
He likes all hockey players.
Where are you guys from?
Do you like hockey too?
*shakes head* no
If you were to rate Runde’s on a scale on 1-10, what would you give it?
10. Today I came in to get some stuff done with my car and get a remote start in. They gave me a loner car to go shopping for 3 hours. I didn’t have to sit here for 3 hours with 2 screaming kids.
Is this going to be your car?
There is NO question about it – It’s MY car.
Fair enough… well when your husband needs a new vehicle can we look forward to seeing him?
If there was one invention you couldn’t live without, what would it be?
Probably the internet.
Without it you never would have come to Runde’s, huh?
Yeah, the internet made it an easy process to find a goldmine.
I already have! I have a whole stack of cards I haven’t handed out yet either.
Well if they all come flooding in I’m sure we can let our other great salespeople take care of some of the folks waiting to get helped.
Ok, haha, sounds great.