When renovations are complete Stettler’s Aspen Ford will be able to provide customers a Ford Signature experience that matches their longstanding commitment to quality service, says dealer principle Tim Berry.

Community a key player in Stettler dealership’s new design

It’s business as usual as Aspen Ford renovates to boost customer experience

Big things are happening at Stettler’s Aspen Ford, all designed to provide an even better vehicle shopping and servicing experience.

“Our renovations are underway and when all is complete we’ll be able to offer customers a Ford Signature experience that matches our longstanding commitment to quality service,” says Tim Berry, marking 12 years as Aspen’s dealer principal.

“And all the renovations are being handled by local contractors, ” Berry adds. “We appreciate the local support we receive, so it’s important to us to pay that forward to other local businesses and workers.”

The upgrade is part of Ford’s global commitment to enhance the customer experience, undertaken with dealer and customer input.

For Stettler residents, that will mean welcome features like drive-through service and delivery bays – no need to brave those -40°C temperatures for those winter servicing appointments!

Inside the dealership, the showroom will get an inviting refresh – ideal for browsing the excellent selection of new Ford vehicles, including the new Ranger, and the 2020 Explorer Berry hopes to have on the floor by the end of August.

(Of course, welcoming trade-ins on those new wheels means Aspen Ford also offers a wide variety of Certified Pre-Owned vehicles of all makes and models.)

Driving home a commitment to community

As renovations move into the showroom area, the sales centre will temporarily move just a few minutes away to the Petro Canada property on Highway 12, with a selection of vehicles at that location as well.

While the Aspen Ford team is thrilled to grow to better serve its customers, growing will also help them continue their ongoing commitment to the local community, Berry says.

“There’s quite a number of groups and organizations we’ve helped out over the years. We look forward to getting out there to help as much as we can.”

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