In honor of National Car Care Month, Federated Car Care Center member American & Import Auto Repair recently conducted a women’s car care clinic at its location in Johnson City, Tennessee.
“Our women’s car care clinic went over really well and we received lots of positive feedback from the participants,” said Tim Smith, owner of American & Import Auto Repair. “We covered a lot of ground and a good time was had by all. Our clinic was ideal for moms wanting to be more safety conscious for their families, single women looking to maintain their vehicles and teen drivers who are learning how to care for their car. We are already planning our next event and look forward to even more women from the community joining us for a fun night of learning.”
The American & Import Auto Repair women’s clinic focused on ways to stay safe, save money and learn more about their car. Some of the areas covered included how to change a flat tire, what to look for under the hood, the safe way to jump start a vehicle and how to prevent the five most common mistakes that can cost drivers big time.
“There is a reason why American & Import Auto Repair was named Federated Shop of the Year. Tim and Kim Smith and their staff do a great job of engaging their customers and helping them make informed decisions when it comes to auto care,” said Phil Moore, senior vice president of Federated Auto Parts. “We thank them and all of our Federated Car Care Center members who take the time to educate motorists in their respective communities.”
For more information about the Federated Car Care Center program, contact a Federated Auto Parts distributor or visit www.federatedautoparts.com.
Federated Auto Parts, headquartered in Staunton, Virginia, is one of the largest auto parts distribution and marketing organizations in North America. Federated is dedicated to supporting its customers with quality name brand parts, programs designed to grow their businesses, and experienced people who are knowledgeable in today’s evolving automotive technology. For more information, visit www.federatedautoparts.com.