Profile

Cover photo
Aaron Vandermause
Works at Home
Lives in Appleton, WI
33 followers|71,780 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTubeReviews

Stream

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
 
Get More Done With The Brand New Nexus 6 Phone & Nexus 9 Tablet
1
Add a comment...

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
1
Add a comment...

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
1
Add a comment...

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
 
Along the friendship trail in Neenah/Menasha
1
Sunny Churchill 's profile photo
 
I love that trail! 
Add a comment...

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
 
Here's a few shots from along the Fox River last evening.
1
Jo Vandermause's profile photo
 
Nice
Add a comment...

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
1
Add a comment...

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
2
Mark Vandermause's profile photo
 
Splendid!
Add a comment...

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
 
Around the house
2
Add a comment...

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
2
Add a comment...

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
 
Cave Point, Door County 
1
Add a comment...

Aaron Vandermause

Shared publicly  - 
 
Funny
 
I don't normally post these, but it is hilarious. #starwars
1
1
Add a comment...
Work
Employment
  • Home
    present
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Appleton, WI
Previously
Portland, OR
Links
Atrocious customer relations. I called to ask them about a potential issue with my garage door. I was told that, since my home was on the way for an employee the following morning, someone would stop by to take a look. There was no discussion of a charge for this, neither implicitly nor explicitly. That person did stop by and was both courteous and helpful. However, he was only here for a few minutes and told me there was nothing they could do about the issue. Again, no discussion about a charge took place (though I'd happily buy the guy lunch in exchange for the few minutes he spent). A month or so later, I received a bill for this experience and a threat to take it to collections. The office refused to offer any sort of compromise or attempt to acknowledge the oddness of this bill. While I thought a dialogue about it was still ongoing, they went ahead and sent it to a collection agency. Despicable.
• • •
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
My relatively brief experience with Kayser Ford Lincoln was easily the worst and most perplexing trip to a car dealership (or any service oriented business really) I've ever experienced. My wife and I live in Appleton and are in the market for a Focus RS. I located one on Kayser Ford Lincoln's website, clicked the "I want to drive it" link, and filled out my contact information. I received a phone call from a sales rep that I'm not going to name because I do not wish to denigrate him. I believe that his part in what follows may have been a genuine screw up and he seemed like a "nice" guy. I told him that my wife and I wanted to test drive this vehicle but since we needed to drive over 100 miles to get there, we wanted to confirm its availability. He assured me it was there in the showroom as we spoke and that he'd be there the next day. After confirming it was still available the next morning my wife and I proceeded to drive down to Madison. Upon arrival, the salesman promptly informed us that we could not test drive the vehicle because it was a performance vehicle and the dealership would not allow anyone to drive it until it was purchased. Immediately irritated, I reminded him that, per my discussion with him, my wife and I had just driven from Appleton specifically to drive this car and that I was told nothing about this nor was it implied that we would not be able to actual drive the vehicle. I would never even consider purchasing a vehicle without driving it first and, therefore, would not have made the trip if I had known anything about this beforehand. What follows is the main reason that I'm writing this review. I requested the presence of the sales manager so that I could discuss the matter. The salesman returned to inform us that the manager was eating his lunch and that he confirmed there was no way to drive the car unless we were willing to commit to buying it first. I said I wanted to speak with this manager and was told that if I wanted to do so I'd need to wait 40 minutes for him to finish eating his lunch. I was also told that any buyer knows what they're getting when they purchase a performance vehicle and, therefore, do not need to test drive it first. This is a ludicrous notion, of course. The implication is that ALL performance vehicles are exactly the same. My next suggestion was to go ahead and run my credit in order to assure them I was capable of purchasing the vehicle if that would secure a test drive. The salesman stalked off to speak with the manager again and returned this time to inform us that we could drive the car on the dealer's lot if we let them run a credit check. I declined this opportunity. I don't want a hard inquiry on my credit report just to drive a car around the dealer's parking lot. He said they can't put any miles on it because buyer's expect there to be zero miles on the car when they purchase it. Well, I'm a potential purchaser and I couldn't care less if there were a reasonable amount of test drive miles on a vehicle (~100 seems reasonable to me). Further, there were already 11 miles on the vehicle and I'm fairly certain the extra 4-5 miles our test drive would have added would not have been the deal breaker in a potential sale to another customer. Relatedly, this is also the type of dealer that will mark up a car's price above MSRP, a practice that I consider distasteful. None of the dealerships around where I live engage in this practice. The dealerships I'm used to working with (Bergstrom in particular) have policies that prioritize the customer's experience. This puzzling incident ended with the salesperson offering $40 to cover the cost of gas to get there and back, a gesture that I appreciated in principle but one that did not make up for lost time and the complete lack of any effort on the part of the sales manager to make us feel like valued guests or that our business even mattered to the dealership. I would not trust this dealership and would absolutely recommend avoiding it. There are plenty of Ford options out there. What a waste of time.
• • •
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Great fast food gyro shop
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I attended a wedding reception here. The ballroom was drafty and the food was unremarkable. That isn't to say it was bad, just nothing special.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
13 reviews
Map
Map
Map
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Great place to stay and relax while skiing at Lutsen.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Jet's deep dish pizza with turbo crust is so good. This is a great place to get decadent inexpensive pizza. I just wish they had a location in Appleton proper.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago