When you walk in and meet Terry, you get an immediate feeling of dealing with a person that wants to make you happy. I knew we were "clicking", for some reason or other, and finally asked if he was from around Longview. Come to fine out Terry graduated from the same school (Longview High) a year behind me. Unfortunately, we could not recall each other from back then, but threw out 20-30 names of mutual friends we went to school with. I knew then that was the reason we were getting along so well. Terry acted like I was the only customer that had ever walked into his office and made us feel right at home.
Terry was honest about what he could do for us, kept a smile going and made me want to buy my new truck right then and there and not look for a better deal, which I do not believe I could have found anyway.
With the world of the internet, it makes shopping and comparing so easy, but to meet and get to know a salesman like Terry, makes the new vehicle shopping experience worth the eye to eye contact.
If he would have been a pressuring, "come on, I havn't got all day, I have other customers" type of fellow, we would have walked out the door and never looked back and, trust me, I have before.
Now to the sales manager....give Terry a pat on the back and take him to lunch cuz these are the type of salesmen you can not afford to let walk out. If you had 3 of him, it would be worth 15 of the salesmen at the chevy place in Texarkana.