This week in the Biz Spotlight is taking a look at Lost in the 50s, a full service auto body shop. They offer everything from emissions tests to automotive restoration with franchising opportunities. Opening their flagship store here in Las Vegas Nov. 6th, they believe in offering automotive care with personal service. In addition they want to create a way to connect fellow car lovers alike.
Business Built On Trust
Lost in the 50s believes there is a need for a better breed of customer service in mechanic services. They believe in a time when mechanics new your name, and gave you trusted advice. The auto body shop can handle anything from a simple oil change, to installing a new exhaust system on a 72′ Karmann Ghia. Although they respect and appreciate all makes and models of cars, they truly know what it means when a client brings in a remodeling project. Working on a classic hot rod can involve some very unique set of issues, like tricky fifty year old wiring to tracking down rare parts. But most importantly these cars are usually rare models, sometimes family heirlooms, almost works art. Lost in the 50s knows that choosing where to bring your rare vintage classic has to begin with trust.
Backing Their Service With A Guarantee
Customer service is what Lost in The 50s believes will set them apart from their competition. If any customer is not satisfied with the work performed, the work will be re-done or receive 100% of their money back. They believe feeling valued makes a lifelong customer. The automotive garage understands that anyone can claim that honest customer service is there business motto. However, the fact that there is a guarantee behind the work seems like a good start to proving their word.
Vegas Networking Pros is proud to shine the Spotlight on Lost in the 50s because of their commitment to customer service backed by a guarantee. They want to grow their business based on personal relationships. So car lovers of all makes, and models a like can find a business they can rely on, and a community they can be apart of.