Like in other industries, automotive consumers expect to get what they want, when they want it and how they want it delivered. The ways of the past are becoming obsolete more quickly than many of us could have predicted.
Still, this month’s column is not about our financial woes; instead, I wanted to share a great story about Puerto Rico that has thundered across the Internet. It’s the story of Kevin Blandford, a 34-year-old from Kentucky, who back in March visited our island on an all-expenses-paid trip that should have been the stuff of dreams; instead, it became his most miserable trip ever.
By just waiting with that trolley, he created opportunity. It was an opportunity to help me out. It was an opportunity to make the airline he worked for look good. It was an opportunity for a good tip.
What our industry lacks in minute-by-minute, heart-pounding action, most certainly makes up for it with steady — dare I say, recession-proof? — growth.
Family owned automotive parts provider continues to expand in Central Ohio.