The Hare Truck Center Is #CourtneyStrong TRUCK Tribune
In late September, another member of Hare Auto passed away, Courtney Cole. You may have already heard the news. Courtney passed away after a six-year battle with lung cancer. Courtney and her sister Monica opened up the doors of the Hare Truck Center to so much potential. They secured our Isuzu franchise and did so much to make the Truck Center what it is today. We are all very proud of the work both Courtney and Monica have done for us and the community. We are relieved that Courtney is no longer in pain, but we continue to mourn the loss of this amazing person, and we mourn for Courtney’s family as they navigate this loss too. Despite this, all of us at the Truck Center continue to push the company and dedicate ourselves to this seventh generation, family-owned business. We want to make Courtney and her family proud — and we will forever be #CourtneyStrong. #CourtneyStrong is a hashtag and an idea that’s grown in popularity around here. We’re even wearing bracelets with the hashtag. We do it because we believe in everything Courtney stood for and everything she fought for. And knowing Courtney and the way she did things, we know she wouldn’t want us to sit around and become stagnant. We have to push forward and smash our goals, and we’ve dedicated the rest of the year to doing just that.
have such an amazing staff, and every single person is dedicated to smashing goals and taking the dealership to the next level. Now, if you’ve been following the automotive news, you know it’s been a challenging fall season. We’ve had to work around the GM strike, which means our inventory was dwindling — but we still have trucks on the lot ready to go for end-of-year tax savings. Be sure to check out Truck of the Month on Page 2 for a special year-end offer — and check out Page 3 for details on Section 179 tax credits. Now is certainly the time to strike if your business wants to take advantage of these tax credits! As Thanksgiving and the holiday season draws near, there are many people in need who need a little extra help to make sure their families have food on the table. Between now and the end of
the year, you’ll find food donations boxes set up around the Truck Center. If you would like to drop off any canned or nonperishable foods or any essential home items, such as toiletries, you are more than welcome! All the goods we collect this season will be sent to Good Samaritan. They’ll ensure those in need in our community have food on their tables this holiday season. We appreciate your donation! And from all of us on the Hare Truck Center team, we hope you have a great Thanksgiving and holiday season! Thank you for a great 2019 — we appreciate your partnership, but more importantly, we appreciate your friendship! May God continue to bless us all! -Todd Thurston Sales Manager
Of course, that’s what we do every day. The Hare Truck Center has had a great year because we
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