If you haven’t seen the new Buick Verano it may be worthwhile to come on in and take one for a test drive.The car has the luxury that Buick is known for, including comfort and an extremely quiet ride—but it has more.The car gets outstanding gas mileage and now you can drive one for $279 a month.
It doesn’t matter why you’re looking for a used vehicle—better gas mileage, more space or more dependable transportation.You’re probably going to find it at one of the three Price Point locations.And right now you’ll find an excellent selection of vehicles priced to fit your budget.
Last year, Forbes.com featured a report by the National Organization for Research at the University of Chicago ranking the “happiest” jobs. Some may surprise you, and of course, there are exceptions to every rule. Nevertheless, the list is worth checking out.
Bill Marsh will soon unveil a rewards program that will allow customers to earn an additional five-percent savings.Dubbed “Marsh Rewards,” customers will earn points for dollars spent on parts and service.
Chrysler Corporation vehicles have been celebrating double-digit sales growth over the past few months and the optimism will continue to grow in Traverse City as the dealership begins major renovation next month.
They come to the lanes with names like “Split Happens” and “Changing Lanes” and they’re ready for a fight.These are just two of the Bill Marsh teams taking on the Fox Motors empire for not only bragging rights but also to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters.It’s all part of the Automotive Challenge between the two auto dealership companies.Both groups are trying to raise the most money to help support the mentoring programs of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Michigan.
What do you get when you cross a pair of skis and fishing poles?You can soon find out when the final pieces of art go on display next week for the Goodwill’s Reinvention Convention.Area craftsmen and artists have been challenged to create works of art out of gems that they found at the Goodwill Store.It’s a contest that is a fundraiser for Goodwill’s Workers on Wheels program.
Making it to the top of any profession takes a lot of drive and hard work; this is why it comes as no surprise that many of Hollywood’s most successful actors almost made it to the top of the sports world, but ended up turning in their uniforms for costumes. While names like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terry Bradshaw and Andre the Giant are well-known athletes turned actors, here are some with athletic backgrounds that might surprise you.