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What You'll Get
Without modern electronics, mankind would have limited access to Bach's symphonies, Hitchcock's films, and Bob Saget's dog and baby voice-overs. Stock up on entertaining appliances with today's Groupon: for $74, you get a remote-car-starter with installation at That Stereo Shop (a $149 value).
That Stereo Shop's expert mobile-electronics wizards equip cars with CompuStar remote starters that keep cars toasty during the cold season. Boasting a working range of up to 800 feet, the basic remote starter grants keypad-wielding car-owners the power to activate their engines from the comfort of their kitchen, office, or less luxurious car; elude the discomfort of the morning cold; and slip into a warm, road-ready ride. The starter also controls door locks, and a deft installation job by the gadget gurus refrains from disturbing any factory-installed security features or napping GPS systems. Customers can use their Groupon toward upgrades for more advanced systems and pay the difference in price. Some cars may require a bypass installation at an additional cost.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Extra fee for certain vehicles. Some models may require a bypass at additional cost. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About That Stereo Shop
That Stereo Shop's staff specializes in modern auto integration, leveraging their expertise to equip cars with audio, video, and security upgrades. Digital sound blossoms from speakers by top brands such as Kenwood and Infinity after technicians transform basic factory stereos into sonic amphitheaters with iPod-compatible components. GPS navigation systems, security alarms, and remote starters from CompuStar further equip motorists with gadgetry that enables smooth, worry-free commutes.
Lest exteriors feel left out, technicians outfit windows in SunTek tinted films that add style to the car and keep the cabin's high-tech equipment out of sight and out of UV rays. They also dress vehicles in vinyl graphics and banners that portray company advertisements.