A few days ago I noticed my tire is really low so I filled it up. After filling it up and having dinner it was low again. So I made the choice to drop it off at the mechanics but first I filled up the tires again. The second time I filled up the tires I forgot to put all the caps on.
I took my car in late Tuesday night and left a note to call by 11. No matter what. takes me home and I awake the next morning to a message around 930. The car tire was all patched and ready to go.
I picked up my car that afternoon and they showed me the nail in the tire and said it was patched and I was good to go!
Today, I put on the same pants I was wearing that night and found my tire air caps. Little did I know without warning they replaced mine for me no charge.
It's the little things like these that add up for these small businesses that provide the excellent service. This isn't the first time this business provided excellent service and it won't be the last.
Thanks to Calabro Tire and Auto Service!
What's your small business customer service story?
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