Ogden, UT, November 24, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Low Book Sales®, the largest independent car dealer in Utah, seeks to provide its customers with options after the contract has been signed. In a bold move to make sure customers are completely satisfied with their vehicle, Low Book Sales is offering 7 days to exchange on vehicle purchases.
An increasing fad among retailers is to enforce a policy that all sales are final. There is a perception in the market that consumers are learning to leverage return and exchange policies on a more regular basis. Large corporations are seeing their profits drained away like small desert ponds after the occasional rain.
Though these skeptical views should be reserved for those without faith in our very intelligent and diverse market. It is unexpected in this economy that retailers will stop being gun-shy, but it is further unexpected to see this type of benefit offered by a car dealer. As we all well know, you sign a contract for a vehicle and are thereby obligated to purchase that vehicle- hence the purpose of the contract. “We don’t want to hold paperwork over anyone’s head,” says David Nielson, President & CEO of Low Book Sales
. “If you don’t like the car that you drove off in, then come back and pick out another one.”
It shows a certain level of integrity when a business takes care of the customer after the transaction. More small and medium-sized business are joining this revolution to hold strong consumer confidence.
Low Book Sales® is the largest independent car dealer in Utah with locations in Lindon City of Utah County, Salt Lake City of Salt Lake County, and Ogden City of Weber County. (www.lowbooksales.com) Low Book Sales was established over 11 years ago, and is known for catchy jingles, and phrases such as “Apply Today • Drive Away,” “A Better Way To Buy A Car,” and “Building Customers For Life.” The Low Book Sales Foundation donates $50.00 from every vehicle sold to charitable causes. Recent donations have gone to help victims of Hurricane Katrina, patients of Primary Children’s Medical Center, victims of drunk driving accidents, The Festival of Trees, and other good causes. You can read more about these donations at www.lbsfoundation.com