Tri-state Ford dealership wins national service award Mike Castrucci of Alexandria receives Ford President's Award
ALEXANDRIA, Ky., May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- As a recipient of the Ford President's Award for 2013, Mike Castrucci of Alexandria has many to thank, including the great people the dealership has worked with in the previous year and each year before.
The Ford President's Award is a selective honor presented to dealerships across the country that consistently exceed customer expectations. Ford created the President's Award in 1998 to recognize dealers going the extra mile to ensure customer satisfaction. Ford has gone on record, saying "The pursuit of excellence requires passion, tenacity, and hard work. The award salutes those top-performing Ford and Lincoln dealerships that embrace these philosophies."
With a selection of vehicles built to the quality standards of Ford and Lincoln, the proposition of hard work is made considerably easier at Mike Castrucci of Alexandria. Not only is it worthwhile to see tri-state friends and neighbors begin to tell their own stories through new Ford and Lincoln vehicles, but to be at hand when unexpected service is required is equally rewarding as well.
Mike Castrucci of Alexandria invites all of the dealership's customers to join the swell of social activity that has propelled the Cincinnati-area dealership to a Ford President's Award. The dealership maintains a Facebook page that is updated with the latest news from Ford and Lincoln. Drivers can also leave a sales or service review on DealerRater.com.
Mike Castrucci of Alexandria is a northern Kentucky Ford and Lincoln dealer serving drivers in the tri-state area surrounding Cincinnati. For more information about Mike Castrucci of Alexandria and the dealership's award winning efforts, call 855-587-2693 or visit www.mikecastruccialexandria.com.
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