(Chelsea Update would like to thank Bridget Favre and D&B Strategic Marketing for the information in this story.)
Palmer Auto Service is celebrating its 10th anniversary with an open house on Saturday, Oct. 19, between 10 a.m. and noon in its showroom at 222 S. Main St.
“We would like to thank the community for helping us make the past ten years so successful. We truly appreciate our customers for their loyalty and referrals. Each passing year has brought a sense of accomplishment, and without their confidence in our services, this would not be possible,” said Robert (Bob) Mock, Jr., owner of Palmer Auto Service.
The event is open to the community and will feature Driver Tony Pastorino with his modified series race car sponsored by Palmer Auto Service. The Garage Gurus will be on-site, showcasing their technology van equipped with product samples and interactive demos and BG Products representatives will be talking about preventive maintenance.
A Model A Ford will be on display courtesy of John Mitchell, Sr.
There will also be raffle drawings for products, services, and gift cards during the event.
Guests can enjoy donuts and apple cider while exploring the showroom’s historical photos and antiques from the original Palmer Ford-Mercury dealership, which occupied the space from 1912 until 2009 when Mock acquired the building and opened Palmer Auto Service.
Mock and his shop manager Brian Flaws share the satisfaction that comes with finding the solution for their customers. Together, they are on a continuous mission to improve their service offerings with the best new technologies and are always creating an atmosphere of quality service, integrity, and respect.
To learn more about Palmer Auto Service, follow the business on Facebook or online at www.palmerautoservice.net