By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Automotive | Issue: June 2010
Service Manager Kevin Copeland (center) and Service Advisors Jeff Breedlove, Sam Griffith, Mike Rener and Randy Brooks look forward to seeing all area Saturn owners at South Pointe Chevrolet’s Saturn open house on June 19.
South Pointe Chevrolet’s Saturn factory authorized service department is inviting all Saturn owners to an open house on Saturday, June 19. South Pointe was awarded the Saturn factory authorized service dealership for Tulsa and surrounding communities early this year. Since that time, many Saturn owners have come in to get acquainted and have services performed on their vehicles. Service Manager Kevin Copeland says, “Our open house celebration is for Saturn owners who have already visited our service department and for those who have not yet needed services performed on their Saturn vehicles.”
The June 19th open house will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Kevin and his staff will provide free hamburgers, hot dogs and soft drinks to Saturn owners and their families. There will be tours conducted to show off their state-of-the-art service department, plus lots of drawings for some really nice prizes. Kids will enjoy a Jupiter Jump, and live entertainment will be provided to please the entire family. Regular Saturday service department hours from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. will be observed if you want to bring your Saturn in early or are scheduled to pick up a vehicle before closing time.
It has always been the practice of South Pointe Chevrolet to place the highest value on its customers. You’ll find Kevin Copeland and his team of service advisors to be very friendly. Plus, with the completion of a recent major remodeling project, South Pointe has become one of the finest automobile facilities in the state for providing exceptional sales and service experiences to customers.
Although production on new Saturn automobiles was halted in October of last year, South Pointe was selected to provide factory authorized parts and services on all Saturn makes and models. According to Copeland, they have made a major commitment to both the Saturn brand and Saturn vehicle owners to provide uninterrupted factory authorized service for many years. Their certified service technicians have repeatedly scored some of the highest ratings in the region for the services they provide.
South Pointe maintains a huge inventory of Saturn parts, with more arriving weekly, to ensure that they can provide all the quality parts and services Saturn owners need. Copeland assures Saturn customers that they have a long-running tradition of making repairs and scheduled warranty services simple and a pleasant experience. You will always know what services are recommended on your vehicle and what they will cost before any work is begun.
“Our service department wants to be each Saturn owner’s one-stop provider for all maintenance and service needs,” says Copeland. Whether your Saturn vehicle is in need of tires, brake work, recommended services or routine maintenance, it will receive a multi-point vehicle inspection when you bring it in. Recommended services will be explained to you, and you can even set your car up on a scheduled services plan.
With South Pointe’s expertise, technology, and convenient location and hours, the only thing missing is you and your Saturn. To schedule an appointment you may either go online to www.southpointechevrolet.com or call (918) 481-8000. Online appointments may be made any time, 24 hours a day. It’s the quickest and easiest way to schedule your Saturn’s service appointment. If you ever experience a problem with your Saturn that needs immediate attention, just head to the South Pointe service department, where a friendly and knowledgeable service advisor will greet you on the drive.
Saturn owners, mark June 19 on your calendar and plan on visiting South Pointe Chevrolet for a free lunch, an opportunity to win a nice prize from one of the many drawings, and a guaranteed good time for the entire family.
Blankenship graduated from the University of Oklahoma and has enjoyed a lifetime career in advertising. He started his own advertising business in 1993 and enjoys creating graphic art and writing. Hobbies include hunting, fishing and pencil drawings. Duane and his wife, Janice, have been married over 50 years and are active in their church and community. He has been a contributing writer for Value News/Values Magazine since 2005.