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Honda of Marysville Introducing a Customer-Oriented Concept of Car Buying & Ownership

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Introducing a Customer-Oriented Concept of Car Buying & Ownership…


Honda of Marysville… It’s about time.


Marysville, WA, February 14, 2014 – The O’Brien Auto Group is set to open a brand new Honda dealership in Snohomish County but there’s something very different about this new store. Salespeople have been replaced with “Brand Specialists”. Based upon a thorough market evaluation, everything is aggressively priced and negotiation-free—from new and used cars, to extended warranties to paint chip protection. It’s a place where customers work with one person from “hello” to “thank you” and yes, this dealership has a “no questions asked” Return Policy.

Honda of Marysville opens its doors for the first time Saturday, February 22nd. It’s a brand new Honda dealership and it’s presenting a unique, customer-oriented concept of car buying and car ownership.

“We’re extremely proud to represent Honda and we’re thrilled about our new home in Snohomish County!”, states owner Michael O’Brien. “And we’re very much looking forward to our new, negotiation-free concept. Let’s face it, the business is changing. It’s all about how you respond to customer needs. Today, you can go online and research anything. That’s why we’re going to carefully monitor the entire Western Washington marketplace and then aggressively price everything we offer. It keeps things simple and I really believe our approach here will be well received.”

The first full day of operation for Honda of Marysville is Saturday, February 22nd. The first two weekends will be filled with Grand Opening activities including complimentary food.

***Honda of Marysville is the newest member to the now, 11-dealership, locally owned and operated, O’Brien Auto Group family. It joins Toyota-Scion of Kirkland, Volkswagen of Kirkland, Lexus of Bellevue, Toyota-Scion of Renton, Acura of Seattle, Fiat of Seattle, Volvo of Tacoma, Land Rover of Tacoma, Jaguar of Tacoma and Lexus of Tacoma. The principal, Michael O’Brien, grew up in Bremerton, Washington and started the group in 1986.
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Mike O'Brien
Founder/CEO O'BrienAutoGroup

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