We’re always looking for ways to make your Lowell’s experience better.
You might have gotten a ride to work in our courtesy shuttle van. If we needed to keep your car for a while, you might have driven one of our courtesy loaner vehicles. Some of you have even ridden our courtesy bikes around downtown!
Now, the next time you are waiting in our lobby, try out our new courtesy iPad 2!
Use our iPad to cruise the internet, to catch up on news, or even to play a few rounds of Angry Birds while we fix your car!
If you’d rather not fight the crowds in search of a good deal on Black Friday, why not get great deals at Lowell’s this year instead?
This Friday, November 25th, we’re offering the best prices all year on some of your most important services!
Here’s what we’re offering:
- FREE brake inspection! (A $43 savings).
- A $5 oil change! (A savings of $15 to $25).
- Save 50% on a transmission flush! (A savings of $83).
- 50% off of a brake flush! (A savings of $69).
That’s a potential savings of over $200 on the award-winning service you expect from Lowell’s!
Be sure to reserve your slot for this Friday by calling Lowell’s at 233-1173 or by making your appointment online today. We can’t wait to see you!
UPDATE: Because so many customers are traveling this weekend, we’re extending our Black Friday deals to “Cyber Monday” – Monday, November 28th – as well.
Hello everyone! My name is Keith Shelburne. I have been working for Lowells for just over 6 years now, and have been asked by Rob to be a contributor to the blog.
I have been turning wrenches (as they say) for over 26 years and am an ASE Master Certified Technician.
My objective will be to share my knowlege with everyone on the blog. Things from the write up to service to what we do when we technicians get your car, as well as any specifics on the cars.
I will try to be as informative as possible without being too technical. I would like to hear any questions about appointments, personnel, write-ups, training, service work or technical topics.
Do you have a topic already? Just let me know what you would like to see covered. Check back soon to see what the first topic may be.
Thanks, Keith S