Car Service in White Plains


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  • Ray Catena Lexus
    Ray Catena Lexus of Larchmont is the premiere Lexus dealership in Westchester County NY and one of the largest Lexus dealers in the tri-state area. We are also the only Lexus dealer in the United States with two service locations. We are also an Elite of Lexus Dealer and part of the Ray Catena Auto Group
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    468 Tarrytown Rd
    White Plains, NY US
  • Scarsdale Ford
    At Scarsdale Ford, factory-trained technicians are ready to service vehicles with maintenance services and repairs, as well as parts. Up front, brand new vehicles flaunt their glossy finishes from the showroom. Scarsdale Ford also features pre-owned vehicles from foreign and domestic manufacturers.
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    887 Central Park Ave
    Scarsdale, NY US
  • Life the Place to Be
    LIFE The Place to Be is like a chameleon in the form of a giant 25,000-square-foot building. The space can serve many different purposes: a venue for weddings, the site of Sweet 16 parties, and a fun center with activities for all ages. Aside from the event space?which incorporates amenities such as projection screens and a sound system?the facility houses a rock-climbing wall, four mini AMF bowling alleys, and 3,000 square feet of arcade games.
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    2 Lawrence St.
    Ardsley, NY US
  • Blue Bird Taxi Servicing Corporation
    Having baked its delicate desserts of destiny for the celebrity likes of Oprah, Jackie Chan, and others, Fancy Fortune Cookies offers a handsome array of crack-openable creations like the chocolate-covered-raspberry fortune cookie ($1.10 each), chocolate-covered cookie ($1.05 each), and cherry-flavored cookie ($0.65 each). You can also make yourself feel tiny by ordering one-pound gigantic fortune cookies ($29.95) and much more. Check out Fancy Fortune Cookies' larger-than-normal-fortune-cookie-sized selection of flavors here.
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    15 Station Plaza
    New Rochelle, NY US
  • Splash Car Wash
    In 1981, lifelong Greenwich residents Mark Curtis and Chris Fisher traded in their business suits for sudsy sponges when they purchased Greenwich Car Wash. 13 years later, they renamed their business Splash to coincide with an innovative idea developed by the duo: wash the cars by hand while also using a conveyor to keep them moving rather than trying to coax them forward with candy. That approach was a huge hit, and soon, Splash began spinning off into additional locations. Today, more than 15 Splash locations are peppered across the East Coast. What started as a humble two-man operation has grown into a franchise that employs more than 500 people and washes more than a million cars per year. At each location, cars receive the ultimate in pampering thanks to a list of services that includes hand washes, express washes, detailings, and oil changes. Despite such impressive growth, though, Splash remains true to its community-driven roots, working with more than 400 charitable organizations on an annual basis.
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    33 Bedford Road
    Chappaqua, NY US
  • Riverbank Motors
    Andrew Goldstein saw the first Volkswagen Beetle roll onto his school's parking lot in 1958. He was in sixth grade, and his family's dealership was the town's main gateway for foreign cars. As Andrew grew, so did his love of the car industry. During high school, he took a job in a used car lot to gain experience before going to college, where he majored in automotive marketing. With a freshly printed degree in hand, he set to work at Riverbank Volkswagen under the watchful eye of his father, Seymour. According to Kara O'Connor of the Hour Online, Goldstein admitted that, though working for his father was difficult, "In the end it was better because now I run the business and I learned to do everything the right way." Today, Andrew is president of Riverbank Volkswagen, and two of his sons—Seth and Eric—work by his side. Much like his father, Seth started out at a young age, cleaning up grease and eventually landing a job as a technician before ascending the ladder to service manager. Eric, the Internet manager, learned the value of hard work by cleaning gutters and cars before finding his niche online. Both sons strive, along with their father, to maintain the reputation earned by their grandfather. For an auto dealership, surviving the past 50 years is either a sign that what they're doing is right or just the result of making three left turns.
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    42 W Broad St
    Stamford, CT US
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