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Jeff Simonton
Works at General Motors
Attended Michigan State University
Lives in Allentown


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Been there a number of times and will return. Chose this resort on price many years ago, and we return for the quality. 

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Brian... great stuff!
My last post that documented the value of Google Places Click traffic stirred up a few questions from the automotive community. One question posted to me by…
Digital Marketing Consultant
  • General Motors
    Digital Advisor, 2012 - present
  • Mike Young Buick GMC
    Digital Marketing Manager, 2012 - 2012
  • McDonald Auto Group
    Marketing Director, 2002 - 2012
  • The Creative Group
    Production Manager, 1999 - 2002
    1993 - 1999
    1990 - 1993
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Farmington Hills - Lansing - Saginaw
Chevrolet Digital Advisor
I graduated from Michigan State University and spent 8 years in network affiliate television, including 5 years at the NBC station in Flint where I produced a kids’ news show, “Young People’s Report.” Working with kids wasn’t new, as I spent 5 summers as a camp counselor in northeastern Pennsylvania and actually met my wife, a Saginaw native, at a charity event in upstate New York during one of those summers.

After 3 years at an ad agency which catered to car dealerships, I spent over a decade with the McDonald Auto Group as Marketing Manager and Mike Young Buick GMC as the Digital Marketing Manager, before accepting a position in 2012 as a GM Digital Advisor based out of Philadelphia. 
When not working, I enjoy family time with my wife and two daughters, Caribbean vacations, and tennis. Friday evenings throughout the summer, I can be found relaxing on our back deck with family and friends.
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State, regional and nationally recognized for video production, I'm now in the business of marketing car dealerships online.
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The building is somewhat rough looking, but the interior (and the food) are great. I would expect that first-time customers are harder to attract than repeat visitors. Great bar, great servers (in cheap t-shirts), and food worth every penny they charge. A VERY impressive local business worth trying if you seek quality Mexican dining in a casual, but refined, atmosphere.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Really good. Can't seem to find middle ground between soggy and burnt fries. Tasty burgers... I like the shot at McDonalds pointing out that assembly lines are for cars. This place can get busy, but it's worth the wait.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I'm very impressed by the service department at Kelly. Signage loses them a quarter star as the "Service Entrance" sign is past the actual entrance and at the Chrysler store driveway, but after that everything was great. Despite my buying elsewhere, they fit me into the schedule the morning after my call. Leann Green did a fine job getting things started and called to tell me they finished ahead of schedule. They did everything as promised (for less than quoted at 3 non-dealership service places) and I really like the confidence that a factory-trained person worked on my vehicle.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
A great Saturday lunch. Everything seemed fresh. Pita for Gyro seemed just-baked. Our server, Kayla, was attentive, refilled drinks (even water) and had a great personality. Only complaint... Plastic glasses are too small. We shall return.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
45 reviews
Wings and the weakest mixed drink ever. Unimpressed. 10.50 for an ounce of liquor in watered down coke... Wow! Wings were ok, but 14 bucks for 12? Things to not repeat.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Very nice place with quality southern flair. Homemade breads, some unique dishes and good atmosphere. Brisket po boy was tasty, if a bit greasy. Good service. We would do this again.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Brings back fond vacation memories. Great service, but at 5:30 on a Monday, that's a little easier to achieve. I'm a fan of a server with personality and Arneisha was great. Their Painkiller is only a unique serving mug away from perfect with table side nutmeg (never had that before, anywhere.) The chowder has a bit of kick that may bother a bland palate, but I'm a fan.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago