For 20 years, R & M Automotive Inc.'s ASE-certified technicians have stood by six days a week to counter car troubles with quality workmanship and up-to-date diagnostic methods. The techs welcome most American and imported vehicles that limp into the garage and beg for clean oil, a new engine, or shocks that don't curse every time they hit a pothole, and the staff backs their work with a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty. For added convenience, customers can count on a complimentary ride to homes or offices within 15 miles of R & M while cars are out of commission.
Today's automotive technicians working their today hadn't yet been born when Fenkell Automotive Service first opened its doors in 1932. But they benefit from the business's tradition of astute customer service and professional courtesy. In addition to oil changes, maintenance, and windshield repair, the crew demonstrates their commitment to customers with preventative maintenance plans that not only meet cars' factory service recommendations, but also insures against mishaps with free towing, tire hazard coverage, and roadside assistance.
At Country Chrysler Dodge Jeep and Jeff D'Ambrosio Chevrolet, gleaming ranks of Chrysler and Chevrolet sedans stand shoulder to shoulder with crew-cab Dodge Rams and sporty Dodge Darts. Sales reps slip from vehicles after test drives with patrons, or work through Carfinder to help search for the ideal ride. The tinny songs of air wrenches drift from Country Chrysler Dodge Jeep’s or Jeff D'Ambrosio Chevrolet's full-service repair and parts department, where mechanics help track down the exact oil filter for your car or find an honor student to match all the bumper stickers you bought. Gleaming Jeeps purr from the garage, newly fuel efficient and certified for operation in the state.
Leigh Ann, I Don’t Give a Fork’s founder, prides herself in one-upping the institution of flatware. An innovative entrepreneur who has immersed herself in the restaurant world since the age of 17, she whips up tasty bites and folds them into hoagie rolls that require no utensils and mostly just accurate hand-eye coordination. She doles her fluffy white rolls out of the I Don’t Give a Fork truck, greeting hungry customers with scrambled eggs and philly steak, grilled zucchini cakes, or mac and cheeseburgers all day. When she isn’t acting as the face of her business, Leigh Ann is crafting catering trays of sandwiches with sides of mac and cheese, homemade apple slaw, or BLT nachos.