Hare Truck Center March April 2019

MAR/APR 2019

TRUCK Tribune


It’s March madness at the Hare Truck Center! As we head into spring, business is really picking up once again. January and February are often our slower months, but come March, that rapidly changes. Hopefully the snow is on its way out for good and will be replaced by warmer weather. March is an especially exciting month for us because it’s time for the NTEA Work Truck Show. It takes place in Indianapolis on March 5–8. The event will be four days of trucks, accessories, vendors, and so much more. We’ll definitely check out the modern trucks along with current body outfitters, as well as peruse what’s new in the industry. It’s a great way for our guys to stay on top of industry trends. That way, we’re educated and can better meet the needs of our customers. If the Work Truck Show is something you’re interested in attending, let us know! We have a select number of passes for anyone who wants to check out the expo. Just give us a call, and we’ll see what we can do! Speaking of giving us a call, the new Chevy 4500, 5500, and 6500 trucks are steadily arriving — and leaving with their new owners. These vehicles have been hotly anticipated. We can’t say enough good things about this lineup. I’ve leased one myself and I love it! While we don’t yet have a demo truck on site yet, you can still come down and give the truck a look. Just call ahead to confirm we have one on

the lot. As soon as we do have a demo, you can be sure we’ll let everyone know. On the Isuzu side of things, we can get you scheduled for a demo with a low cab forward Isuzu, if that’s something you’re interested in. Either way, we have demo slots open if you want to spend some time with the new trucks before making a commitment.

Outside of the truck center, I’m looking forward to spring break with the kids. Well, I think the boys are really the ones who are anticipating it most. Spencer and Conner have two weeks off from school, which means we have to find things for them to do. I imagine they’ll spend time with their grandparents. We also might do a three- or four-day getaway as a family to help break things up. It’d be nice to go somewhere a little warmer, but we haven’t figured out all the details just yet. In the meantime, Spencer and Conner are looking forward to baseball season. They just wrapped up basketball at the Boys & Girls Club. I’ve been coaching Spencer’s team — the Hare Auto team — which has been great. The team brought together a lot of kids from previous seasons, and everyone had a blast.

beginning of the season and once at the end. It’s a great time for everyone to get to know one another, chat, and just hang out away from the court. Looking ahead, the boys may also get back into soccer. John Pence, who’s headlined our newsletter for the past couple of editions, is thinking about coaching the sport this year along with his daughter, Kelsey. If they do, you can be sure Spencer will want to play for them. It’s things like this that really show just how much of a family we are around the Hare Truck Center and Hare Chevrolet. We know one another off the lot and out of the service center. It’s a real testament to the bonds we form here. I can’t say enough compliments about our team here. They’re all wonderful people, and I feel lucky to work with them! -Todd Thurston Service Manager

As coach, I like to take the kids and their parents to Culver’s twice a year — once at the

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