My Review Of River Front Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram:
When first walking into the River Front showroom I was greeted by a very pleasant woman, Beth Gunzler. No matter how many times I passed by her desk, she was always smiling, welcoming and helpful. My visit then led me to Dave Semp, a very nice gentleman who introduced me to Rob Goldman, my salesman. Rob was professional, friendly, warm and sincere. He played along – just grabbed his jacket when we took the Sebring Convertible for a test drive with the top down, and it wasn’t the warmest of days! His continued attention to detail made purchasing a car a pleasant experience. Frank Koral was very amiable and did not fall into the stereotypical used car manager image so often portrayed in the movies; he was professional, honest and good looking! Corey Spooner in financing provided an informative, educational experience. I learned about the financing, warranties available and the gentlest carwash in town! Mike Bender is the “detail guy” – rust proof clear coat = you name it he does it! Jeremy in service certainly went above and beyond – a couple of things needed to be taken care of on my sassy convertible – and he went one step further and fixed the third, much to my surprise… I thought it was a lost cause – such excellent customer service! Mike Goehring, the service advisor, was very informative and accommodating. One more gentleman, in the service department, Gary, was very nice and stayed late with Jeremy when we were looking at a couple of details on my car – special thanks to your wife – I hope she wasn’t to upset that you were late coming home! Obviously my experience in this dealership was nothing but professional and pleasant. I have been a customer of this dealership for 7 years prior, having utilized the service department on my 2004 Sebring Convertible. I have always had an excellent experience and this was just icing on the cake! Thanks to you all - you represent a gold standard that other dealerships should live up to!
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