Bringing New Business To Fort Pierce, And The Passing Of Mr. Ronald Shultz Of Shultz Chevrolet

Bringing New Business To Fort Pierce, And The Passing Of Mr. Ronald Shultz Of Shultz Chevrolet

We at Sunrise Ford are pleased to again offer our Quick Lane service on Saturdays, Beginning July 6.

Minor repairs and maintenance work can be done on all makes and models during our Saturday hours, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Quick Lane service will be provided in the dealership’s service drive.

Several months ago, we closed our Quick Lane facility just north of Sunrise Ford in anticipation of putting another franchise in the building. Plans for the renovation of the Quick Lane and construction of a new showroom have stalled, however, because of some red tape involving the state’s franchise laws. We do plan on going through with those plans in the near future.

In the meantime, we have done a major renovation of the Sunrise Ford’s service drive and added the necessary staff to provide quick lube service and other maintenance work in the dealership. If you haven’t been to the service department in a while, please stop by and see our sleek new service drive. I know many of you have been disappointed that we have not been open for service on Saturday so I am glad to be able to provide that convenience again.

Our sales department is also open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. So when you come in for that Saturday oil change, please feel free to browse through our inventory. Ford Motor Co. is offering some huge rebates or 0 percent financing on many models. There are also some great deals on our Fusion hybrids and Escapes.

Sunrise Ford has been an institution on the Treasure Coast for more that 80 years, and one of the few family owned franchises in the area. On a sad note, we are so sorry about the loss of another dealer whose family has been a fixture in St. Lucie County for decades. Ronnie Shultz, president of Shultz Chevrolet, recently died. Our condolences to his parents, Bill and Louise, his wife Nancy, brothers, children and grandchildren. Ronnie was an example to all of us what a reputable, ethical and caring dealer should be. He was an asset to the community, quietly giving to many causes and charities and helping many in need. Ronnie will be missed by all in the car business, as well as so many of his friends in St. Lucie County.

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