Taft's only new car delarship hanging on in tough economic times
The last five years have been very, vey tough for car dealerships across the county.
The economic downturn caused the worst conditions since the Great Depression in the 1930s.
But Taft Chevrolet Buick made it through the tough times.
General manager Devinder Singh Bains has always appreciated the hard work the sales, service, parts and office staff has done, and others do too.
A pair of top General Motors executives came to Taft earlier this month to buy the entire staff lunch and show how much their hard work has been appreciated.
Tom Doctorcik, director of motors holing for GM, and Terri Bookerbatch, portfolio manager, were in Taft on March 2.
“They were here to personally thank everyone at the dealership for doing a great job keeping customers satisfied and keeping the dealership open in spite of the tough economic times,” Bains said.
Bains, too, is grateful to the staff,
“This would not be possible without the help of everyone at the dealership,” Bains said. “Everyone at the dealership has shown extraordinary care and responsibility to make this happen.”
Bains also thanked the Taft
“I am very thankful for the support of he community,” he said.