By: Duane Blankenship | Category: Other | Issue: August 2009
Mike Griffin, fixed operations director for South Pointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge, is enjoying the dealership’s Summer Car Care Clinic promotion, directed to their email clients, who also walk away with their choice of a case of Coca-Cola or bottled water.
South Pointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge has accumulated a great e-mail list from clients and is sending some very special deals to those who have asked to receive them via e-mail. The dealership recently announced its Summer Car Care Clinic, offering not only good values, but also some unbelievable prices resurrected from the previous decade. A selection of four services that were retro-priced from the 1990s was recently offered to e-mail clients. The prices are unheard of in today’s market, and clients also get to walk away with their choice of a case of Coca-Cola or bottled water. E-mail participants also receive periodic information on great savings and details concerning safety or product recalls. And these customers are never bombarded with annoying, superfluous messages.
A good thing to remember is that South Pointe offers a free 21-point check on any make and model of vehicle, available to anyone who wants to drive in.
One of the big questions in recent months has been, “What’s going to happen to U.S. auto manufacturers?” According to Mike Griffin, South Pointe’s fixed operations director, you can rest easy if you’ve been worrying about Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge products. “We’re here today and we’re going to be here tomorrow,” says Griffin. “We’re as strong as ever, and our auto manufacturers are again delivering vehicles to dealers.” South Pointe was recently recognized as one of the nation’s top dealerships and has a very positive outlook of the future.
There have been three star sellers from Chrysler Jeep Dodge this year. First was the new Dodge Challenger, labeled “King of the Asphalt Jungle.” When you see one of these beauties, you’ll recognize it immediately. The Challenger has a flawlessly sculptured design that packs the serious muscle for which the Hemi Engine is known. It’s loaded with features that include track-ready suspension, legendary styling, a 6.1L SRT V8 Hemi, and six-speed manual or five-speed autostick transmission. Six cylinder versions are also available.
The second star, the Dodge Ram 1500, now comes in a crew cab configuration, a first for Dodge. This truck is six inches longer than the Ram Quad Cab and has in-floor storage boxes under the rear seats. An optional Ram Box is also available on the crew cab, plus a lockable, weatherproof storage compartment that runs along the side of the bed. The new Ram is very sporty looking and has improved aerodynamics, as well as an optional tailgate lift-assist to help you hoist the tailgate back up after use. The truck is available with three engine options.
The third star is the Jeep Grand Cherokee. This legend for its off-road prowess also provides many luxurious and technical amenities. The Jeep Grand Cherokee comes in two versions: either two- or four-wheel drive configurations. It has lots of trim options, and offers engines of 210 hp in a 3.7 liter V6, and a 305 hp engine in its 4.7 liter V8 option on the Laredo. The top-of-the-line Limited gets a 420 hp V8 with a 5.7 liter Hemi. A 3.0 liter turbo diesel V6 is optional with most trim packages. Standard safety packages are first and foremost for all Jeep Grand Cherokees and include features such as electronic stability programs, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with brake assist, traction control, a tire-pressure monitoring system, front- and side-curtain air bags, and much more.
Visit South Pointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge and get in on the action. If you are already a client, or if you’ll soon become one when you purchase a new or used vehicle, be sure to give them your e-mail address so you can begin enjoying the super special values sent only to email clients.
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.