"Lack of Automobile knowledge has baffled most of us since Henry Ford first started making them," states Hope Peterson, owner of New Hope Auto and Truck Services. "I believe in educating motorists about the benefits of proper maintenance, because a well-maintained vehicle is safer and more dependable. Also, maintenance is your best defense against costly repairs, and it's worth more at trade-in time."
Visit the New Hope Auto & Truck Services micro-site, or in person at 10801 49th Street N., Clearwater, Florida 33762.
To become AskPatty.com Certified Female Friendlyr, New Hope Auto & Truck Services personnel completed an extensive training program on how to best serve women. New Hope Auto & Truck Services employees will participate in year-round instruction to enhance their awareness, appreciation, and commitment to a female-friendly service experience. New Hope Auto & Truck Services will also benefit from a unique marketing support program designed to reach out and build lasting relationships with women customers.
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About New Hope Auto and Truck Services
New Hope Auto and Truck Services in Clearwater Florida has been servicing customers in the Tampa Bay area since 1994. Hope Peterson, owner of New Hope Auto and Truck Services, is a Certified Mechanic and graduate of Pinellas Technical Education Centers (pTEC), and to date has over 1900 training hours in auto and truck Diagnosis, Maintenance, Repairs, Operations, Management, Service Advising and Marketing.
Professional and Civic affiliations include: National Car Care Council Women's Board; pTEC Automotive Trade Advisory Committee; Family Service Centers Automotive Loan Review Committee; Pinellas Education Foundation Centers of Excellence Certification Committee; Rotary Club of Pinellas Park; eWomen Network; Working Women of Tampa Bay; Pinellas Park/Gateway Chamber of Commerce Board Member; Network Professionals, Inc.
Ms. Peterson has also been recognized for her community support by receiving the Rotary Club of Pinellas Park Rookie of the Year Award, Extraordinary Commitment and Dedicated Service to the people of Pinellas County, and the Courage to Change Award from Family Service Centers.
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