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Car shopping. It's one of the most annoying and tedious things to do. Of all the things to shop for I'd put it in the top five of annoyance levels.
3.) Gifts for my Parents who are hard to buy for
4.) Cell Phone Batteries
After a few weeks of car shopping I am finally finished. I ended up purchasing a car through Davis Moore through one of their salesmen named Mike. If you are interested in a car, tell him Eddy sent you. He works over at the Nissan lot.
Seriously, Mike was the most genuine guys I had the pleasure of doing business with in the three weeks I spent looking for a car. Wasn't pushy, cocky, annoying, none of that. He was just another average guy like me trying to make a living. Someone said it best; he might be too nice to be a car salesman. I understand that being a sales guy you have to know when to push to try and get the sale. It's a fine line to where if you push too hard it can be annoying. Mike was nowhere close to that line.
I went to dealerships like Rusty Eck Ford and Mel Hamilton Ford and came across some of the cockiest salesmen. Guys who would brag to me about how much they've sold, how good business is doing, throw me lines that went over my head to make them try to sound smart. Kind of slimy at times too attacking other lots and the business they do. Guys who would ask me "What are you trying to accomplish here?", "You DO know what this is right?" Annoying.
But at Davis Moore, they made "car buying fun" or actually not as annoying. I'm sure some people have had great experiences at Rusty Eck Ford or Mel Hamilton Ford or horrible experiences at Davis Moore. Just like going into a restaurant, the type of service you can get varies on the person and the timing of it all. But on this past weekend, all the stars aligned and the service was spot on.
Good Job Mike. Good Job Davis-Moore.