Marana Offers "Free" Car Care Day on Saturday, December 11, 2010
I don't know about you, but I love "free". Especially the kind of free that means I don't have to sit through an intense 2 hour "Time Share" speech, or vacuum cleaner informercial!
This Saturday, the Town of Marana's fleet department is checking cars. Do you wonder if you're getting a sales spheel or if you really need new hoses or plugs? Stop on by!
The fleet staff will be checking auto basics, like fluid levels and tire pressure, but as an added bonus, vendors will be at the event to offer their services. Professionals will also be on hand to discuss your vehicle maintenance questions and while you're there, feel free to visit the new community room at the operations center.
The Free Car Care Day on Saturday, December 11, 2010 will be held at the Marana Operations Center, 5100 W Ina. It is one block WEST of I-10, so very easy access!
The event is sponsored by Clean Cities Tucson Regional Coalition, Marana Chamber of Commerce, Brake Max, adn AAMCO.
Free Car Checkup - How cool is that??!!
And if you need a free home comparative market analysis, don't hesitate to give me a call or drop me an email. I promise, I don't come with a built-in infomercial!
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Cara Marcelle Mancuso, Long Realty,
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