Lehman's Garage Update by jianglifang


									                                                                                              October/November 2007

                                     Lehman’s Garage Update
                                    Bloomington • Chaska • Downtown Minneapolis • Eagan • Savage • South Minneapolis

 Auto Body Repair • Service & Maintenance • Glass                Visit us online at: www.lehmansgarage.com

                            Lehman’s Garage Welcomes New Employees
                            Stefany Doll was recently hired in our Marketing & Sales Department. She
                            will be working with Jim and Whitey on various marketing initiatives.

Tech Tip of the Month: Stefany is a recent graduate of the University of St. Thomas with a
  From: Jim Lundquist,  business degree in Marketing Management. She is no stranger to the
  Marketing Department  automotive field, having worked at Clason Pontiac-Buick-GMC in
                        La Crosse, WI for the past seven years where she was involved in many
The following tip comes aspects of the automotive business.
from my days as a manager
at an auto glass shop:
                             Stefany is very experienced with the computer and Internet, which will
One thing I used to tell my help us a lot in growing our business. We all welcome Stefany aboard.
customers was to carry a
roll of duct tape and a      We are proud to also welcome the following new employees to the
4x4 roll of clear vinyl in   Lehman’s team:
their vehicle. The reason Aaron Rolfsrud - Detailer at our Minneapolis shop
for this being that if you   Derek Hari - Painter at our Bloomington shop
ever have any window in John Kinney - Estimator at our Minneapolis shop
your vehicle break, you      William Zeller - Estimator at our Savage shop
can still go down the road
without freezing to death.
Also, if you ever get
                                       Lights on for Safety at Dunwoody
stranded on the road and On Saturday, October 6th, Lehman’s Garage was at the Dunwoody
have no heat, you can       College of Technology in Minneapolis for the 13th annual Lights on for
wrap your body in the       Safety event. Lights on for Safety is held simultaneously at eight locations
vinyl to stay warm. Added throughout the state of Minnesota. At this event, people receive a free
bonus, if you ever leave    check of their vehicle’s exterior lights by AASP-MN technicians, in
your window(s) down in a exchange for a donation of cash or non-perishable food items for Hunger
rain storm, you can put     Solutions Minnesota. There was a good turn out at Dunwoody, with
the vinyl on the seat so    approximately one-hundred and seventeen light bulbs replaced and 214
you don’t get wet!          lbs. of food and $276 collected for Hunger Solutions.
I’m sure you can think of
many more things you        Lights on for Safety is a great program that benefits everyone involved by
can use the duct tape and giving students experience, improving vehicle safety and stocking the l
vinyl for, but if you don’t ocal food shelves. We are proud to be a part of this event along with the
put it in your vehicle now, Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota (AASP) & industry
you won’t be able to try it suppliers, the Minnesota State Patrol, and Hunger Solutions Minnesota.
when the time comes!

            Coming November 14 & 15: Continuing Education (CE) Classes
Pictures from Lights on for Safety at Dunwoody

  Dunwoody College                                        Student cleaning car windows

                                                   Student’s replacing light bulbs

                     Next Blood Drive at Lehman’s Garage
                     Mark your calendars now, the American Red Cross blood drive will be
                     coming to Lehman’s Garage in Bloomington on May 1, 2008.

                     Thank you to everyone who takes part in this great program. See you in

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