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Free oil changes for healthcare workers

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Free oil changes for healthcare workers

| 3/27/2020

Auto repair shop Elite Motor Works is providing free oil changes and free safety evaluations for healthcare workers during this crisis. We see how hard the healthcare workers are working and dealing with all the stress during this time, so we decided to help out and this is the best way we could think of during this time.

Elite Motor Works is providing pickup and delivery for the vehicles they work on plus cleaning and sanitizing the car before it’s returned. This as an opportunity to continue work operations while providing a complementary service to those who need it most, our healthcare workers. The staff at Elite Motor Works have been calling our customers to offer any help, even if it’s just to pick up and deliver groceries. We’ve grown over the years not just because of our automotive skills but because of the relationships we’ve built. Our customers are like family to us and if they need help, we’re here.

We are a European specialty auto service and repair center that has a large focus on its customers, not just the cars. Building relationships with the community and providing clear, honest communication is the foundation it was built on. Even though our specialty is with higher end vehicles, we will be servicing all makes and models until further notice. For more information visit www.EliteMotorWorks.net

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