Convenience adds value.

7 07 2011

Here at Community Automotive Repair we’ve had online tools available for quite some time, only recently we’ve had to be completely honest with ourselves and admit that our technologies were becoming tired and borderline obsolete.  That’s a clear wake up call that our system needed a shot in the arm!

For years we’ve had the option of scheduling appointments and corresponding with our shop via e-mail.  Only it appeared as if several people would still use our “contact us” feature to send general e-mail (especially spammers – we’ll defend ourselves from your elusive SEO optimization scheme when you ask if we have a website in the same introduction!) so we felt it was a good idea to remind you about the methods in which you can conveniently schedule an appointment for our services and leave special details about the symptoms (if applicable) you’re experiencing.  No longer will you need to rely on that vintage Franklin Covey planner to keep you organized.

Simply click HERE and you’ll be directed to our scheduling applet, or if you’re on facebook you can accomplish the exact same task without having to log out of your account by clicking HERE.  The point we’re making is that it has never been easier to save yourself time and reserve your spot in line.  That’s right, all of this can be done without picking up a phone or physically stopping in to our location.  In fact, those of you with smartphones won’t even have to wait until you’re in front of a computer.

It was time to make some adjustments (for your benefit) and we’ve done exactly that.  We believe you’ll agree that this process will feel more like that nice worn in sofa you’ve come to appreciate after a long day of work.

Kick up your feet, relax, we’ll take it from here.

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