The announcement is part of the company’s goodwill service initiative and single mother’s throughout the area to have their vehicles serviced free of charge. Appointments were scheduled in advance by Lake Pointe Church.
“We understand the challenges that mothers can face when caring for a child, or children, and we hope to be able to lend a helping hand to those in need and show our support for the single mothers in the community,” said Amy Stehr, owner of Rockwall’s Christian Brothers Automotive. “Christian Brothers Automotive cherishes the community and its members, and it is our mission to demonstrate our core values of honesty, integrity and reliability both in our shop and in the community. We look forward to seeing friendly faces from the community.”
With its upscale home-charm décor, Christian Brothers Automotive has become a favorite car repair destination for the areas it serves, particularly among women who are used to the dirty, dingy image of auto shops and questionable practices.
“Historically, the automotive repair industry has been plagued by negative perceptions, and women are traditionally more hesitant about the car service experience because of the dishonesty often associated with the industry,” added Stehr. “We exist to challenge the norm by insisting on quality, fairness and first-rate customer service at all times. And since women make up the majority of our customers, we go the extra mile to make them feel comfortable and at home.”
Christian Brothers Automotive provides full-service automotive diagnostic testing and evaluation, maintenance programs and repair work for all domestic and foreign vehicles at each of their locations. All Christian Brothers Automotive facilities are staffed with automotive service excellence (ASE) certified technicians.
For more information regarding Christian Brothers Automotive of Rockwall, call 972.722.9500 or visit cbac.com.