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WHEN IS THE OPTIMUM TIME TO TRADE IN?

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Consider Safety

Conventional wisdom will tell you the optimal time to trade in your current vehicle is, “Just before it starts costing you more money.” Without a crystal ball you won’t be able to predict unforeseen expenses. One major consideration is safety. Like everything, the safety technology within vehicles can become dated. A vehicle that once held a top safety rating may now be lower on the scale in comparison. As a result, could be less likely to protect you in the event of an accident. Consider the things you don’t see or use everyday when you’re deciding whether to trade your “perfectly good car” in on the latest and safest.

Examine Wear and Tear

Your vehicle is worth more now than it ever will be. Every kilometer you put on, every scratch, dent, or ding, and every new model that comes out, decreases the value of your vehicle. Repairs will either have you locked into that vehicle because you’ve invested in it with various repairs or even large bills for an engine or transmission. Another scenario could be that you’ll end up trading it in at a fraction of the ‘in good running condition’ value.

How much warranty do you have remaining?

If you have a vehicle that’s coming close to the end of the warranty this is generally a good time to look at a new vehicle. The latest statistics say that vehicles without warranty cost on average $1,500 a year to maintain. If you are someone that keeps your vehicle longer than the factory warranty supports, we also have a range of products to keep your vehicle protected and under warranty.

Contact us at Kipp Scott GMC Cadillac Buick to find out whether now is the best time for you to trade into a safer, more reliable vehicle or if an extended protection plan is the best route for you.

www.kippscott.ca

Kipp Scott GMC Cadillac Buick is a family-owned business that has proudly served Red Deer, and all of Alberta, for over 50 Years since first opening our doors in 1968. Treating our customers with respect has always been our number-one priority, and we believe when it comes to selling vehicles, honesty is the best policy. Rest assured we’ll do everything we can to make sure you leave our dealership 100% satisfied.

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Meet Kennedy – she can help you reach your clients in Red Deer and Central Alberta

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We would like you to meet Kennedy, our newest team member.

”   Hello – I am Kennedy Mannerfeldt, the newest member of Todayville Red Deer.  I am well-known for my passion of photography, my crazy love of cats and my thirst for delectable coffee, but, what I love the most is my adorable children, and taking in a hike with family and friends. I look forward to meeting the many people of central Alberta as I begin my new adventure as an Advertising Consultant for Todayville…”

Kennedy will work with you to sort through your marketing goals and in collaboration with our team, come up with ideas that will help you market your unique business.  From video production and brand stories, to ad design, social media and general advertising, we can offer you a range of solutions to help you reach customers in Red Deer and Central Alberta. Here are just a few of our clients who share a desire to be positively aligned with our community.

We work very hard to provide stories that are of interest to this region.  We also help some great local businesses and organizations tell their stories, advertise their services and promote their events. And that’s where Kennedy, our newest team member comes in.

 

Click the ad below to be connected to Kennedy.

Here are just some of the stories that we’ve created with clients in the region.

Ellis Bird Farm,

Primary Care Network,

Red Deer Hospice,

Red Deer Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Awards,

Staybridge Hotel,

One Eleven Grill,

Scott Subaru.

Some clients write and publish their own stories giving them complete flexibility.  Kipp Scott GMC  is a great example.

Todayville specializes in community news and events and “brand-journalism”. Our stories generate thousands of page views each day in Central Alberta. We believe businesses are a major part of a healthy community and our stories about local businesses perform very well.

70% of our audience is between 25-54 years of age.  They are interested in this community and support local businesses who support the community.

Thanks for reading about Todayville.  We hope to hear from you! Click to connect directly with Kennedy@todayville.com.

Todayville also operates Todayville Edmonton and Todayville Agriculture.

 

 

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Construction underway at Red Deer Regional Airport Terminal

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Construction has begun at the Red Deer Regional Airport to convert the existing terminal into a full-service FBO (Fixed Based Operator), in partnership with Tucana Aviation.

The term FBO is given to an organization granted the right by an airport to provide a variety of ground support services, such as fueling, maintenance, catering, transportation/accommodation logistics, etc. In addition to their operational expertise and experience, they are also service orientated with an unwavering commitment to providing the best customer experience possible for both the passengers and flight crew, as they transient the airport.

Our partner in this endeavour, Tucana Aviation, is a well-established organization with a combined 30 years leadership experience in the aviation/oil and gas business. Their knowledge and experience, along with their unwavering commitment to safety/security as an existing tenant at the Red Deer Regional Airport, makes them an ideal partner. Tucana Aviation will be tasked with increasing the Charter and VIP traffic that utilizes the Red Deer Regional Airport, through various marketing and collaborative efforts with the Airport Authority.

Jim Freake, Operations Manager at Tucana Aviation states: “As the airports newest partner, we see huge potential for both oil and gas companies and private aircraft operators looking for VIP service while at the same time saving thousands in operating costs. We are truly thankful for this opportunity and look forward to helping grow the Red Deer Regional Airport”.

Graham Ingham, CEO of the Red Deer Regional Airport states: “We are very excited to be partnering with Tucana Aviation, and for the opportunity to further grow the airport by leveraging their experience and relationships. Focusing on service and making sure our customers have a positive experience while at the airport is also extremely important to us, as we attempt to capitalize on an already thriving charter market currently running along the Edmonton – Calgary corridor”.

The development of the Red Deer Regional Airports FBO partnership with Tucana Aviation is a vital step towards growth at the airport, and a big part of their future strategic planning. This, in addition to the recent unveiling of their land development strategy, and continued pursuit of scheduled air service, will ensure the airport is capable of achieving its vision of becoming the “Aviation Gateway and Key Economic Driver for Central Alberta”.

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