Getting Your Car Serviced With Grease Monkey
Correspondent Ashley Poole visits a Grease Monkey car care center in Colorado to see how their team of auto technicians can complete auto maintenance quickly and expertly. Ashley meets John Adams, CEO of Grease Monkey, who explains the importance of finding a place you can trust. Grease Monkey provides a clean, secure environment that women can feel comfortable in. Part of the company culture is the dedication of the technicians who guide customers through what is needed, without any up-sell pitches.
Lori Schneider, Franchise Development at Grease Monkey, gives lots of great information to help other women feel more confident about getting their car serviced. Service technicians are at the top of their game, and even have pit crew contests. One mechanic explains to a customer what happens during an oil change as part of a tutorial on what happens behind the scenes. Return customer Jenny explains how she feels her car is in trustworthy hands when given basic care at Grease Monkey.
Oil Changes and More
Drive over and make a pit stop at Grease Monkey who treats you like your own personal pit crew
Is your oil light on?
When is the last time you went to get an oil change? Do you avoid going to get your car serviced because you’re not sure if you can trust the technicians –or that they are just trying to sell you something?
Grease Monkey International (Grease Monkey™) provides oil changes and other automotive maintenance services performed by certified technicians. Maintenance recommendations are based on your vehicles’ owner’s manual for the particular year, make, model and driving habits.
Founded in 1978, Grease Monkey:
— Provides a “Less Hassle, More Hustle” experience every time
— Guarantees work and to deliver service in a timely manner
— Grease Monkey is the Customer’s Personal Pit Crew
— Provides a clean, secure environment that women can feel comfortable in
— Technicians are trained, certified, knowledgeable, professional and trustworthy
Grease Monkey wants to help educate the customer on recommended services vs. selling them!
Every Grease Monkey full service oil change includes a 16-point maintenance inspection:
• Wash Exterior Windows, Vacuum Interior, Check/fill Battery Fluid, Check Air Filter, Check Windshield Wiper Blades, Check Breather Element and PCV Valve, Check/fill Windshield Washer Fluid, Check All Exterior Lights, Check/fill Transmission or Trans-axle Fluid, Check Radiator Level and Test Coolant, Check/fill Power Steering Fluid, Install New Oil Filter, Change Oil (up to 5 quarts), Lubricate Chassis, Check/fill Differential Fluid, Check and Set Tire Pressure.
Training is a top priority! Grease Monkey provides many hours of hands-on classroom training, including customer service and management.
Grease Monkey is driven to perform so you can too! So next time you are due for an oil change, or your oil light is on, make sure to stop by Grease Monkey.
Founded in 1978, Grease Monkey currently has more than 296 centers operating in the United States.
For more information, please visit: http://www.greasemonkeyintl.com
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Designing Spaces® Talks Demystifying Car Maintenance for Women
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Designing Spaces® Talks Demystifying Car Maintenance for Women with Grease Monkey™
John Adams, CEO of Grease Monkey™ International and Lori Schneider, Franchise Development offer information to help women feel more confident about getting their cars serviced and stay safer on the road on April 24 Show
(Pompano Beach, FL – PR.Com – April 22, 2015) Award-winning home improvement show Designing Spaces® has brought in the experts from Grease Monkey to talk about car maintenance for women on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 7:00 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime.
Grease Monkey provides oil changes and other automotive maintenance services performed by certified technicians. Their processes are designed to educate not “upsell” their customers so they can make appropriate recommendations for services based on the car’s Owner’s Manual.
During the episode, “Demystifying Car Maintenance for Women”, the Designing Spaces team heads to Colorado to meet with John Adams, CEO of Grease Monkey and Lori Schneider, Franchise Development who offer information to help women feel more confident about getting their cars serviced. They’ll also talk about the company mission to provide a clean, secure environment women will feel comfortable in and highlight Grease Monkey’s focus on special training and certification for their technicians.
“We’re excited to have Grease Monkey® on the show so our Designing Spaces viewers can see it’s possible to have their automobiles serviced in a place women can trust while having a great experience,” said Scott Moss, Director of Programming of Designing Spaces®.
For more information, please go to: http://www.greasemonkeyintl.com
About Designing Spaces® on Lifetime
Entering its 11th year, Designing Spaces continues to be one of America’s favorite home improvement shows. The show inspires viewers on decorating ideas, do-it-yourself projects and step-by-step home improvements to help make every space count and provide solutions to help you enjoy the space you live, work and play in. Designing Spaces Family of Spaces includes Think Green Spaces, Kids Spaces and its widely popular Spaces of Hope which prides itself on assisting people and places in dire need of a makeover including children’s shelters, animal shelters, military families and more. Designing Spaces airs Thursdays and Fridays at 7:00 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime Television. To view special segments visit: http://www.designingspaces.tv
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