Pohanka has been paying it forward for years and now during their Pays It Forward Sales Event Pohanka of Salisbury is offering a complimentary $250 service voucher to anyone who purchases a new or pre-owned vehicle between June 12th and June 13th. The purchaser has the option to gift the certificate to a loved one or someone in need of a vehicle repair or service.
We all know someone who has been affected by the world’s current economic situation and is facing financial difficulty. This campaign gives Pohanka of Salisbury customers the opportunity to pay it forward to someone who could use help with their transportation needs. Pohanka of Salisbury’s Marketing Director Conrad Morgan says the campaign was designed to help the increasing number of people on the Delmarva Peninsula who are in need of vehicle repairs.
“When you buy or lease any new or used model in our lot, we’ll give you a $250 gift certificate for any services that we offer; give them to a friend, family member, or just keep it for yourself for future use. It’s one more way we want to help everyone realize that we’re all in this together!”
Pohanka of Salisbury has made serving the community a prime goal of their organization since establishing the Pohanka Pays It Forward initiative in 2009. Since its founding, Pohanka of Salisbury has donated over $3,000,000.00 to more than 750 charitable organizations. It is Pohanka’s belief that nothing is more important than giving back to the community that we all work, live, and raise our families in and they are grateful to be assisting their local community in this time of need.
Pohanka of Salisbury’s most renowned sales event Moonlight Madness is happening now through March 21st! Customers can come in after hours to browse our full inventory of new and pre-owned vehicles. Our salespeople will stay until the last customer leaves no matter how late! Plus, The Pohanka sales and service teams are taking the following precautions to make the event as safe and flexible as possible during the COVID-19 outbreak:
Outdoor Sales Stations
Enjoy the nice weather and purchase your next vehicle without going into the showroom! Our sales staff will happily assist any customer using our outdoor sales stations set up around the complex. Everything from finding the perfect vehicle from processing the paperwork can be done in the sunshine.
Not feeling up to coming to the dealership? Shop for your dream car online and we’ll deliver it to your driveway! Purchase the car, truck, or SUV you’ve been dreaming of at an incredible price without having to come to the complex. Visit our website to learn more.
In order to ease the worry about purchasing a vehicle at the present time, Pohanka of Salisbury is offering exclusive incentives including no payments for up to 120 days and rates as low as 0%! Plus, Pohanka Hyundai of Salisbury is offering an exclusive Assurance Job Loss Protection program. Through this program, Hyundai will make up to 6 months of payments for new owners who lose their job and have purchased or leased a vehicle through Hyundai Capitol.
Added Sanitary Precautions
All salespersons and service advisors have disinfectant wipes available to wipe down their customer service stations in between every customer interaction. Pohanka employees are even making sure to wipe down any touchpoints within a car before and after each test drive including the door handle and steering wheel. Though it is customary to shake hands with your sales representative after purchasing a vehicle this tradition is being temporarily disbanded in order to prevent unnecessary touching. Salespersons and service advisors are also disinfecting any pen after it is used to complete paperwork.
We look forward to seeing you at our Moonlight Madness Sales Event!
Salisbury Maryland is a small city located on the Eastern Shore and most widely known for its award-winning university and close proximity to the beach. For many years now local officials have been working tirelessly to build this city to its full potential and make it an exciting and homey location for citizens to grow their families and bring new businesses to the Delmarva Peninsula.
The evolution of this small city has been extensive by implementing the well-known Third Friday event where once a month local vendors and artisans set up booths with trinkets and treats for sale. There is often live music, food trucks and entertainment the whole family can enjoy. Salisbury has also hosted the National Folk Festival for the past two years bringing music lovers from all over the nation to the small city.
The next step in the bettering the area is creating a newly renovated downtown plaza in the heart of Downtown Salisbury. The project will essentially be giving a facelift to the city with new sidewalks, streetlamps, and landscaping as well as allowing local businesses and residents to run high-speed internet lines.
Though the finished product is to be a beautiful new downtown area, the lengthy construction has caused problems for local business owners, some of which have decided to relocate their businesses in order to avoid the hassle of dealing with the construction.
Other local businesses, however, are please and very much excited about all the changes coming to the area. Nicole Rogers, manager of Angello’s Scoops located on E Main Street, thinks the city has great potential and looks forward to the changes that will make downtown a family destination. “It’s difficult to deal with right now but the end result is a newer, better city to raise our families and grow our business in. Who wouldn’t want that?”
Rogers and the rest of the Angello’s team are excited for all the changes coming to the area and look forward to the conclusion of the construction which is expected to end in late 2020.
This massive event involved a collection of local educators and industry leaders coming together to educate over 3,000 Eastern Shore 8th graders on potential future career and educational opportunities. The students were given hands-on activities involving tasks relevant to jobs in many different industries. This gave them a chance to find a potential future career path involving a specialty they love. The fair also gave students the ability to explore apprenticeships and educational programs from local trade schools, colleges, and universities.
The purpose of this event is to provide students with knowledge of future career paths before determining their high school workload. They get the opportunity to learn about future career opportunities from local, caring mentors who are there to help guide them. It is also a wonderful opportunity for local businesses to build their workforce and offer interactive learning.
Pohanka of Salisbury was widely represented at this event offering mentors from their sales, service, and insurance departments. The Pohanka staff had the opportunity to discuss all of the opportunities that come with a career at Pohanka as well as how much the automotive group gives back to their community through the Pohanka Pays It Forward Program.
Katelyn Williamson, a Customer Service Representative at Pohanka Insurance and volunteer at JA Inspire noted, “It was a pleasure talking to the children about what I do and how I got here. I wish I would have known about companies like Pohanka when I was deciding what I wanted to do. I hope that I was able to make a difference in the children’s career options.”
Pohanka truly enjoys partnering and volunteering for Junior Achievement and would like to thank them for all they do in the community. As a group, Pohanka employees look forward to attending more events in the future to educate the local youth and build the workforce on the Eastern Shore.
This holiday season the Pohanka of Salisbury Automotive Group made it their mission to fill the back of a pickup truck with canned food items to donate to locals in need. Their food drive was open to the public and anyone who contributed received $10 off their next service at one of thePohanka Service Departments.
By the end of the food drive, the Pohanka stores collected over 300 cans of food as well as a large selection of bread, rice, and pasta to donate toHALO Ministries, a local organization who offers meals and social activities to those in need.
“We really appreciate this,” says Logan Schevel, Halo’s Thrift Ministry Administrator. “We are extremely busy this time of year and we will make great use of the donations.”
Logan and the rest of the Halo staff and volunteers were grateful for the donations. They will be serving a special Thanksgiving dinner for which the donated food will be served.
Pohanka of Salisbury has made serving the community a prime goal of their organization since establishing thePohanka Pays It Forward initiative in 2009. Since its founding, Pohanka of Salisbury has donated over $3,000,000.00 to more than 750 charitable organizations. It is Pohanka’s belief that nothing is more important than giving back to the community that we all work, live and raise our families in and they are very grateful to be able to help Halo Ministries this Thanksgiving.