New Britain, CT (PRWEB) September 7, 2007
Papa's Dodge Jeep, a family owned dealership since 1947 will become a member of the Ask Patty national network via their outstanding reputation of total customer satisfaction. Papa's Dodge Jeep's partnership with Ask Patty represents an increased commitment by the dealership to the female car shoppers by providing a safe and comfortable buying experience.
As a member of the Chrysler "Five Star" Dealer family, Papa's is well poised to represent the Ask Patty commitment to Customer Service in this area.
Customer service and creating a comfortable and unique shopping experience is what Papa's Dodge Jeep is all about. This dealership is made for families. On site you will find The Pit Stop Diner, a full service diner with catering capabilities, two children's play areas, their Speedway Speed Shop parts and gift store, the "Back Alley" vintage car display and historic automobile and memorabilia museum, a spacious Cape Cod styled guest lounge with wireless internet access and even a Barber Shop. During the summer months, Papa's holds several car shows and cruise night events with the net proceeds being donated back to support several local charities.
"As a family business we recognize the importance of relationships". "We work hard every day to preserve those and the Ask Patty program provides us with an excellent platform to assist us in meeting the needs of our female guests." President and co-owner Domenic Papa was pleased with the partnership stating "We are excited to be an Ask Patty Certified "Female Friendly" Dealer and look forward to the benefits it provides our guests."
When it comes to the complex issue of personal transportation, the staff here at Papa's Dodge Jeep is committed to helping women make informed and intelligent choices. It is our hope that the training provided by Ask Patty will become a valuable resource for women in our community.
Domenic and Ken Papa's decision to partner with Ask Patty reflects the kind of forward thinking needed to deliver consistent outstanding results in customer satisfaction.
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Women purchase the majority of the vehicles sold in the United States each year, spending billions of dollars a year in new car purchases. Yet, shopping for and buying a car can be a challenge for women who are first time car buyers or for women who had a bad experience in the past with a car salesperson or dealership.
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Ask Patty Certified Dealer Program:
Properly armed with the right tools and training Ask Patty Female Friendly certified dealerships can increase their share of the largest and fastest growing demographic of new vehicle buyers in the U.S. -- Women Consumers. The Ask Patty Certified Dealer program was designed specifically for car dealerships to attract, sell, retain and keep loyal women consumers.
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Papa's Dodge Jeep