There’s just a day or two left in 2017, and Miller Auto & Marine is like a lot of other central Minnesota companies preparing for the New Year. It’s both the perfect time to reflect on the year that’s about to turn the page, as well as look toward the future in terms of what we hope to accomplish and serve. Sure, I know the “numbers” that accompany end-of-year tallies, from inventory sold to talent hired to revenue earned. But none of that truly matters as much as the impact Miller Auto & Marine has in this community. I’m going to share some of our year’s best highlights – none of which have anything to do with the bottom line … just the bottom of our hearts.
Every once and a while, our staff members become our customers, too. So, we decided to ask a few Miller Auto & Marine employees what they drive and why they drive it. Then, we took their answers and put together a fun little video. Check it out:
Here at Miller Auto & Marine, it's no secret that we want to provide our customers with a 5-Star Experience every time they visit. It's part of every department and it shapes the way all of our employees approach their day. To help you see what the 5-Star Experience looks like we asked a few of our staff to share what the 5-Star Experience means to them:
For someone who's not in the car buying business, the standard terms for vehicle type and pricing aren't always as clear. The average individual buys a car once every six years, and in those between years, it can be all too easy to get a little rusty. So, whether you're new to the car buying process, looking to brush up on your terminology before visiting a dealership, or just want to double check the terms you already know, I hope you enjoy this breakdown of common car buying terms.
Messy cars. We've seen them, we've ridden in them, we've owned them. Depending on how you look at it, a messy car can mean all sorts of things. Memories of a day well-spent with loved ones can be marked by an ice cream on the upholstery, and a layer dust on the dashboard might mean you chose to make a homecooked meal instead of visiting the drive-through. Whatever your perspective on messy cars is, there are still times when you want a clean, pristine vehicle. And when that time arrives, follow these car cleaning tips to save time and money in pursuit of a center counsel you could eat off of.
Some of you reading this probably remember a time before car seat safety was "a thing." In fact, some of you might remember a time when sitting on your mother's lap was the safest place to be in a moving vehicle. It wasn't until 1985 that car seat safety laws were passed throughout the entire United States. Up until that point, it was generally up to
With children, there are always these tiny changes signaling new stages of life. For instance, the time your little one traded in her rattle for building blocks and her first time riding the bus home to spend a few hours alone are both times when she entered a new stage of life. In an instant, things were different and there was no going back.
Life is a constant state of growth and change. While no life is the same, there are a few core phases most adults move through, too.
I sat down with Bernie Frank recently who's been a Miller Auto & Marine employee for 10 years. Bernie is one of our courtesy drivers, and one of the most real, genuine people I've met. Our customers have plenty of good things to say about this gentleman - here's what makes Bernie Miller.
Purchasing a new, or new-to-you, vehicle is an exciting time for the whole family. Bringing your children along can be a great way to ensure everyone (and their cars seats!) will fit in your new purchase, as well as to teach them about buying and respecting vehicles. If you've brought your little ones along to an auto dealership, you might have learned that their excitement doesn't last as long as the car buying process usually takes.
At Miller Auto and Marine, one of the ways we set ourselves apart is our non-commissioned sales approach. While commissioned sales staff are common in auto dealerships and other industries, we find a non-commissioned sales approach to be more beneficial to our customers.
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