I have been buying and leasing vehicles for the past 5-6 years from Harris Ford from Used to New and in all price ranges. My first ever loan was a car loan that they obtained on my behalf, which me helped me to gain credit history, and that had been repeated many times over the past few years. Every time I have left this dealership happy with the customer service, the payment amount, and the vehicle I choose. I have gone from SUV, to car, to truck, to cars, and back to a truck and a car now that I have a family! So many transactions that they have come to know me as I enter the building. My last few transactions (lease/purchase) have been handled by Erick as salesman and Brandon in financing. I always send my friends to Harris Ford when they talk about needing a new vehicle and I recommend contacting my salesman in particular. My wife wants me to stop changing vehicles so often, but I know that when I do get the itch again I know where I'm going! Harris Ford had my grandparents business for years and they'll have mine for years too.
Connwill Management proved to be a very helpful resource for us during a recent retail development project. They had a smaller staff than some of other development consulting groups we interviewed, but we found that to be a major plus for our project (35,000+ SF retail/mixed-use) as we were given great attention and great service during the year and half we had them under contract. The staff was hard working, met project deadlines, performed services according to contract agreements, and stayed within the budget on their costs. We were specifically pleased with the vendors and contractors they brought on-board for our project. Each contractor and company they helped us select was top-notch and very expeirenced within their profession. We felt like they kept our best interests in mind and negotiated fair prices for the services received from each vendor. We will use them again for similar projects.
Marcus Buchanan, the Greeter/Salesman, was the kind of saleman I like to deal with: light humor, could be quiet to let me absorb and think, but very knowledgeable and resonsive with the answers to my questions. Mark, the Math Wrangler, at the next level, appeared to sincerely try to resolve my issues with the unseen dicision-maker without unnecessary conversation. He stayed on target. Dan Martin, the Financial Paperwork guy, was as pleasant and efficient as anyone cfould be with that volume of paper. I wanted Ford for two reasons: I know and highly regard Alan Mulally; and I wanted to buy American. So I wound up with a more expensive car than I planned on; a color I didn't think I liked; and a truck instead of a crossover. Yet, it was a good experience