Company thanks frontline staff with free automotive servicing at all Max Motors Dealerships
April 15, 2020, Max Motors Dealerships in Belton, Harrisonville, Butler, and Nevada are providing complementary oil change services to “all essential workers” in an effort to support all front line and those who are putting their lives on the line every day to combat COVID-19.
In order to provide essential automotive services as defined by the Kansas City Department of Public Health’s “2019 Novel Coronavirus (“COVID-19”) Stay at Home Order” while meeting social distancing requirements, Max Motors launched Max Transit on March 14, 2020. Max Transit is a pick-up and delivery service for automotive servicing and online purchasing, leasing, or subscribing to a new or pre-owned vehicle. Customers are encouraged to utilize Max Transit online or by phone so they do not need to leave their residences.
For the safety of all, Max Motors Dealerships has streamlined sales and service processes to limit person-to-person contact. They have reduced the number of individuals physically inside buildings by staggering work hours and having many employees work from home. Inside stores, staff will work to maintain six (6) feet between all individuals. Hand sanitizers have been placed throughout the buildings and public touch points are cleaned multiple times a day. We have closed our customer waiting areas and recommend all appointments to be scheduled.
The mission of Max Motors Dealerships is to be the premier quality vehicle retailer in the Midwest, providing the best opportunity for its team members, customers, communities, and the manufacturers they represent. Max Motors is represented by Max Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM Belton, Max Ford of Harrisonville, Collision Center Harrisonville, Max Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM Butler, Max Ford of Butler, and Max Motors of Nevada Chevrolet Buick GMC.
From the Desk of Mark Muller and Bob Jacaway