Richmond, VA, September 23, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Now through October 7th, the Seibert’s fueling stations throughout Richmond will hold Customer Appreciation Days on Fridays at select locations, and offer full-service gas pumping, window washing, fuel economy tips, as well as free breakfast, coffee and other merchandise. The Customer Appreciation Days will be held throughout the Richmond metropolitan area in Oilville/Crozier/Goochland, Short Pump, the West End and Midlothian.
Friday, September 23: 1420 Broad Street Road, Oilville, VA 23039
Friday, September 30: 11902 Church Road, Richmond, VA 23233
Friday, September 30: 9230 Quioccasin Road, Richmond, VA 23229
Friday, October 7: 13623 Genito Road, Midlothian, VA, 23112
“We’re always looking for ways to show the appreciation we have for our customers,” said Randy Seibert, President of Seibert’s. “These Customer Appreciation Days allow us to really connect with our patrons by providing full-service gas pumping, free merchandise and tips for saving gas and money.”
Seibert’s Customer Appreciation Days began on the first Friday in September and will last through October 7th, covering their customer base from Goochland to Henrico to Chesterfield. All are welcome to attend Seibert’s Customer Appreciation Days, which will last from 7-11am on the dates specified for each area location.
For more information about Seibert’s Customer Appreciation Days on September 23rd and 30th, as well as October 7th, please contact Dave Saunders, President & Chief Idea Officer of Madison+Main, at 804-521-4141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seibert’s Family of Companies is the parent company of four Richmond-based companies in the automotive industry: Seibert’s Towing, Seibert’s Convenience Stores and Better Day Cafés, Seibert’s Body Shop and Seibert’s Wholesale Fuel Division. The company was founded in 1976 by John Seibert when he opened his first service station in the Manchester district of Richmond, Virginia.