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90-yr old Pontiac dealership keeps the lights on


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The story actually made me tear up.

Family owned business. Knowing their customers. GM reps telling them to get rid of the gas pumps but the guy knew that was a stupid idea as he knew how to get people to come in his dealership. He knew his customers. He would order vehicles with specific clients in mind with specific options knewing well when the time has come for his loyal cutomer base to change vehicles back in the day...

Small town mentality. Small town friendliness and hospitality. Sure it was a business....to make money, but doing business with your friendly neighbors is what we have lost in our selfish ways nowadays. They support your business, you sell them stuff at fair and reasonable prices.  Which in turn makes you buy from your other friendly neighbor Hood stores around you....

THAT is what made me tear up!

Thax Balthy. Great story indeed.

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