Royal Jaguar Offers A Free Way to Support Food Bank Fund Raiser
Royal Jaguar (located at the Tucson Automall) just announced that it will be donating $50 to the Tucson Community Food Bank FOR EVERY JAGUAR THAT IS TEST DRIVEN BETWEEN NOW AND DECEMBER 31st, 2009. “This is a great way for Tucsonans to support a worthy cause in a fun way and at no out-of-pocket expense to them.” says Jaguar General Manager, Neal Weitman.
community-food-bank Thanks to the Tucson community and its customer base, Royal Jaguar has been named one of the top Jaguar dealerships in the country and was recently awarded the prestigious Pride of Jaguar Award. Jaguar has a network of 174 dealers across the U.S and out of this “The Pride of Jaguar award is given to a select group of dealers who set the standard for customer satisfaction, sales performance and overall business excellence. This group of dealers plays a key role in helping Jaguar lead the industry in customer satisfaction and quality,” says Richard Beattie, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Sales of Jaguar North America.
“Our customers told Jaguar that we delivered an outstanding experience in sales andservice. For that, we want to thank Tucson by giving back to those who are the most vulnerable this holiday season” Weitman continues.
Despite the financial hardships that many people encountered in 2009, Royal Jaguar wants to let prospective customers know that owning a Jaguar isn’t as expensive as one may think. “Most people are pleasantly surprised when we review ownership costs with them” Jaguar Manager George Crow states; “Our most popular lease is for our Jaguar XF 4.2L model that starts as low as $599/mo*. Combine this with the numerous awards and accolades that Jaguar has received for design, dependability and customer satisfaction and it is easy to see why the Jaguar brand is becoming so popular today.”
In the season of giving, we invite any licensed and insured driver to come down to take a test drive.
Test Drive between 12/1 and 12/30 and we will donate $50 to the community food bank