Real Deals on Home Décor is an affordable home-accessory, furniture, and decoration emporium. Because of the limited hours and nondescript exterior, shopping at Real Deals feels as exciting as finding an unlit firework in a bale of hay. Inside, accessories including mirrors ($10–$175) and lamps ($18–$70) are stylishly arranged on tables and in groupings around the store. If you're in need of shopping navigational aid, the Real Deals staff can assist by pointing you toward decorative lamps ($18–$70) and a wide variety of other home accents, such as metal art ($6–$50).
At Gene Messer Ford Lincoln Mazda, factory-trained technicians crawl beneath undercarriages and venture into popped hoods to strengthen engines and extend odometers. In the quick-lane department, technicians swiftly swap old fluids for new regular and diesel oils, whereas parts technicians replace rickety old components with factory-certified parts or update wood-burning engines to the modern age. Revamped cars can then hold their hood ornaments high as they cruise past the dealership's inventory of glistening new and used vehicles.
At Gene Messer Ford, a sparkling lineup of new and used vehicles gleams from rows of parking spaces. An expert staff leads prospective buyers in and around the show room, which is lined wall-to-wall with trucks, cars, and convertible batmobiles. The service department’s factory-trained technicians, armed with expertise in Ford models, set to work lubing engines, remedying systems problems, and washing customers’ vehicles until they're indecipherable from their show-room brethren. An in-house parts department also answers auto deficiencies with replacement components that keep engines humming and stereos blaring audiobook bass drops.
At Rockwall Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, a sparkling line up of new and used cars, SUVs, and trucks gleams from rows of parking spaces. An expert staff leads prospective buyers in and around its plush interiors and the service department’s trained technicians set to work underneath hoods, lubing engines, remedying systems problems, and washing customers’ vehicles until they're indecipherable from their showroom brethren. An in-house parts department also answers auto deficiencies with replacement components that keep engines humming and stereos blaring audio-book bass drops.