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Life just keeps flying by.
by Ron Claudon, President

Ron Claudon and Macy
Sometimes I think I am in the Auto and RV business. Then a month like this one comes along and I realize it is all about the people. The ones you work with, live with, and love (except for my wife that list is not all inclusive).

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We are celebrating 5 years as a Gold Circle Jayco Dealer!
Valley RV Supercenter


Thank you all for your business and support!


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Rick Seibol
Valley RV Supercenter Salesperson of the Month!

Rick Seibol
Congratulations to Rick Seibol for achieving Sales Person for the month of June, 2014!

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Powerful and Fuel-efficient!
2015 GMC Sierra HD


Under the hood, you have a choice between two carryover powertrains that are proven, powerful and fuel-efficient.

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Vehicle Details: Buick IntelliLink
Infotainment for today

Photo: Buick IntelliLink
When some people think about Buick, the first thing that might come to mind may be the striking design present across the entire lineup, from the LaCrosse to the Enclave. Others might focus on the awesome performance of Buick vehicles, or their excellent drivability and efficiency, but what some may not know is the entire Buick lineup features state of the art connectivity, with the Buick IntelliLink system leading the way.
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Vehicle Profile: 2015 GMC Yukon Denali
All-new design, premium luxury, full-size capability and more efficiency than ever

Photo: 2015 GMC Yukon Denali
For drivers in search of a premium full-size luxury SUV with every bell and whistle available, it doesn’t get any better than the GMC Yukon Denali. Loaded with exquisite craftsmanship, luxury and sophisticated American V8 muscle for towing, the GMC Yukon Denali is as capable as it is luxurious and on sale now here at Valley Buick GMC & RV in Auburn, Washington.
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How Smiling Affects Your Health
Why it pays to turn that frown upside down


Legendary crooner Nat King Cole sang: “Smile though your heart is aching. Smile even though it's breaking. You'll find that life is still worthwhile. If you just smile.” Are these lyrics merely a cloying suggestion, or are they worth heeding?
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Meet Jacob Pogue (Jake)!

Jacob Pogue

Jake works in the used car department  as an assistant to Car manager Travis Shook.


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Pre-Owned Specials!


Take look at some of our Pre-Owned Specials! Visit us 24hours online at www.valleybuickgmc.com

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Dwayne Pogue
Valley Buick GMC Salesperson of the Month!

Dwayne Pogue
He's done it again! Congrats Dwayne!!!

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Biscuits & Gravy!
by Mike Epling, Service Technician


This is one of the easiest meals you can make for breakfast, and any leftover biscuits make great snacks or small sandwiches! I hope you'll give this one a try, you'll be glad you did!

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BACK TO SCHOOL!


Save on your 'Back to School' shopping with your Valley Preferred Owner Card.
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Car Care Tips: Why Choose OEM Parts
The right part for the job

Photo: Car Care Tips: Why Choose OEM Parts
At some point in time, your vehicle will need to be worked on. Regardless of what needs to be done, from a basic oil and filter change to a serious powertrain issue, using the right parts is one of the most important things you can do.
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GM Provides New Technology to Fleets
GM partners with Telogis to help fleets cut costs and stay safe

Photo: GM Provides New Technology to Fleets
General Motors (GM) recently announced that it is entering a partnership with Telogis, Inc. in order to create a one-of-a-kind telematics solution for fleet customers who need easy access to timely data data to improve their fleet operations, keep costs down and improve safety.
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Decoding Fabric Care Symbols
Symbols lead the way with laundry and dry cleaning


Deciphering fabric care labels is almost like learning a foreign language. Gone are the days where clothing was made just of wool, cotton or silk. All three were easy to clean with these elements — water, soap and elbow grease. Drying was easy — back in the day, you hung everything on the clothesline in your yard.
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