I’ve been thinking a lot about the American Election this week. Don’t worry – this isn’t a political rant. I will only say, I’m dumbfoundedly shocked by the result, but then again, so are many people all over the world. And now, the aftermath.
Really, it’s all a big show. He said. She said. Past scandals. China. Wrong. Nasty woman. The show. And I term it a “show” because who can really say with certainty what a political leader will actually do or not do when in office. And this could be said for any political leader.
This got me thinking – the “show” has also been stereotypically applied to body shops. We’ve all heard horror stories. Shady dealings, rough places where you don’t really know what’s happening with your repair when you send it through the doors. Very male dominated. Sound a little familiar?
Today, most body shops are the exact opposite of what this stereotype portrays them to be. Working with a company like Colorworks leaves me feeling great about body shops – especially seeing the results with customers. At any shop across the country, the estimator will sit down and explain the repair process with you, they’ll even show you where it happens. And that’s the only “show” in the process. It’s straight-up, honest, and local.
Now, how can you be sure I’m not just putting on my own show? Take a look at our testimonials. Customers not only consistently recommend Colorworks, but they come back the next time they need a repair. That says it all. Automotive repairs can be overwhelming – you shouldn’t have to feel that way during the process.
Thanks for tuning in this week and catch you next time on Pass Me the Star (Screwdriver) or PMS!