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Pack the Outback...to Share the Love
The Pack the Outback event was a great success this year. Everyone could donate food items through Dec 17th at Park Subaru. People who donated were entered in to win 2 years of free maintenance.
The event was Saturday December 17th with an ugly Christmas sweater party at the dealership, complete with refreshments.
http://www.parksubaru.com/…/ugly-christmas-sweater-party.htm#ParkSubaru #Subaru #PackTheOutback#UglyChristmasSweaterParty Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank
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Congratulations to Scott Pickering on your training achievement and for being awarded Subaru Senior Master Technician.
Many Subaru technicians have two or more years of post-secondary education in automotive technology, and five or more years of direct work experience with Subaru vehicles. They've also passed Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification, an independent automotive testing program, in eight automotive testing areas. In addition, they have completed months of Subaru-specific training and also receive up to a week of Subaru update training annually just to keep pace with the latest changes.
Subaru technicians can achieve levels of technical certification beyond the basic requirements. These certification levels (Specialist, Master and Senior Master) are awarded based on the amount of training, dealer experience and ASE certification each technician attains.

Pictured Left to Right - Dave Fischer (Fixed Operations Director) Scott Pickering (Subaru Senior Master Technician) and Mark Pavlick (Subaru Service Manager)

http://www.parksubaru.com/blog/2016/december/9/congratulations-to-scott-pickering--subaru-senior-master-technician.htm
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Here's How to Maintain Your Car -- Like a Pro

Car enthusiasts and professionals alike know that preventive maintenance helps their cars perform better and ultimately puts more money in their pockets.

Everyday people like you can get more value from your investment in your car by following proper preventive maintenance. In fact, if you do just one thing so that you can avoid repairs and ensure you can rely on your vehicle, it’s to maintain your car.

Here’s what you should do:
●Turn to your owner’s manual. Car manufacturers outline the specific maintenance schedule your car needs. For example, while experts have always said to schedule an oil change every 3,000 miles, many vehicles manufactured today can last much longer. So use the manual as a guide for everything from oil changes, replacing timing belts and more.
●Inspect. Your vehicle will need a professional inspection, but you can also perform your own review, too. Check to make sure the lights work, the tire pressure is to recommended levels and the tire’s tread hasn’t succumbed to wear and tear.
●Check the fluids. You don’t have to know how to change the fluids, but you should know how to check them. Being aware of low fluids will help you know when to take the car in for service -- and avoid a small problem from becoming a big one.
●Make belts a priority. Your owner’s manual will tell you how often your timing and serpentine belts need replaced. As the vehicle owner, be sure that you talk to your dealership about their condition and when to replace them.
●Check the oil. If you don’t know, learn how to check the oil. If you can spot trouble with the oil (murky, muddy oil is usually the sign that trouble is brewing), you can take the vehicle into the dealership for service.

The lesson here is: Don’t avoid preventive car maintenance! Doing the basics like changing the oil and scheduling inspections will keep you happy and your car in great condition -- and help you save a ton of money.

If you’d like to schedule preventive maintenance for your car, contact Park Auto Group today!

http://www.parksubaru.com/blog/2016/november/2/here-s-how-to-maintain-your-car----like-a-pro.htm
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People Pleasers in the Community

One of our "People Pleasin" people, Candyce T. was out and about the other day visiting Panera Bread, Starbucks and Speedway locations. She took care of several folks lunch, coffee or fuel and was handing out fun little Park Auto Group cookies. Candyce had a blast that day meeting new people and seeing their smiling faces. It's an awesome feeling to do something little for folks and to do a little something to brighten their day.

http://www.parksubaru.com/blog/2016/october/19/people-pleasers-in-the-community.htm #ParkSubaru #PeoplePleasin  
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How to Clean Your Windshield

The open road.

The fresh breeze.

The music blaring.

These are just some of the perks of summertime and the open road.

But there’s a nasty side to nicer weather and driving your car.

And that’s the dirt, bugs and grime.

On your windshield, they’re a nuisance and a potential safety hazard.

Here’s how to care for the windshield to keep your vision clear:
1.Grab the supplies to wash your car. You’ll need a bucket, soap and a sponge or rag. Spray the car’s windshield with a garden hose. Then, use the warm, soapy water from the bucket on the windshield. Use a circular motion to scrub every inch of the window. If you need to attack pesky bug residue that isn’t coming off, use the rag to scrub the area, using a back-and-forth motion and a lot of elbow grease. Keep these supplies at-the-ready for the next steps.
2.Use bug-removal spray next. Spray the area where bugs remain and let it soak. Be sure to read the product’s directions before using. Then, rinse it off.
3.Alternatives to sprays. If you prefer not to use chemical products, try one of these alternative methods. Make a baking soda paste. Apply it with a rag, and then wipe the paste off with a clean rag and hot water. You can also try olive oil. Apply the oil to a rag, and then go to work on the bug residue.
4.Wash the windshield. You’ll need to wash the windshield again to rinse off any residue left behind by the cleaner, baking soda paste or olive oil.

You now have a sparkling clean windshield that will impress your neighbors!

Follow these safety-first summer car tips, and keep the road ahead bright and clear. For more information about car safety or safe car features, contact Park Auto Group today!
http://www.parksubaru.com/blog/2016/august/9/how-to-clean-your-windshield.htm
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