Happy Holidays from all of us!

Buster guarding the Christmas Tree

Happy Holidays, everyone!  As you can see from the photo here, I've been diligently performing my Public Relations Director duties here at Chuck's Car Care Center.  That includes decorating the lobby for the holidays. Isn't our tree beautiful this year?  Cari and Megan helped me with the decorating, as my paws only reach so high up the tree.  I did the lower branches, then got so tuckered I decided to take a bit of a rest on the cool lobby floor.  :)

This is the week leading up to Christmas, so we always like to take time to offer thanks and sincere appreciation for all of our wonderful customers.  We look forward to seeing all of your smiling faces during the year!

An important thing to remember - these final days of December tend to be busy for most families with kids coming home from college for winter break. That means you'll probably have some car maintenance issues to tend to for those vehicles.  Areas of maintenance to give attention to are:

  • Check tire pressure
  • Check monitor lights
  • Check anti-freeze
  • Get oil changed

These are most common maintenance needs, but we always make sure to check the whole car and let you know if anything else needs attention.  Remember also that you can still take advantage of the $20 savings on our holiday post card coupon mailing that went out the week after Thanksgiving! Twenty dollars saved is nothing to sneeze at, right?!  And peace of mind about the vehicles your children will be driving back to school can't be stressed enough.

Chuck's Car Care Center will be closed the Monday after Christmas for all of us to celebrate the holiday and spend time with our loved ones.  We wish each and every one of you an equally happy, blessed, safe and Merry Christmas!

Chuck's Car Care Center ~ Family Owned ~ Dedicated ~ Trustworthy

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