COLLISION REPAIR TEMPE SAY’S THAT BAD WEATHER CAN BE GOOD FOR SOME BUSINESSES
When winter weather takes over the news cast and entire regions of the country are covered under blankets of ice and snow, many business owners make plans to weather the storm and make up for the slow sales that come from customers huddling, safe at home with their families, but that’s the case in every industry.
Meet Jeff Brannock from Turf Tamers Lawn Care in Springfield Missouri. Jeff’s a full time firefighter that works lawn care on his off days. The kind of hardworking guy that Collision Repair Tempe would be proud to have. When snow plow season hits, he gets excited, "It's something that we enjoy and so yeah we get really happy about it." But, often, within minutes of severe weather hitting Jeff’s area, a thin glaze of ice will have accidents piling up, making it difficult for him to get home and into his truck, “Betty White” to get her plow blade on the ground and clearing a path for his customers. That’s where Henry’s towing comes in.
Their thirty trucks will be busy too, clearing the wrecks and getting those vehicles to repair shops that make a lot of their money from severe weather. Collision Repair Tempe, for example, often sees an increase in business following severe weather. It’s not that we don’t sympathize with our customers, in fact, it’s kind of the opposite. Here at Collision Repair Tempe, ice and snow give us the biggest chance to do what we do best and help our customers make it through the tough times and get back on the road.
And it’s not just drivers that have had a fender bender that need our help, either. You should get your car checked for hidden signs of damage if you’ve had any kind of incident during winter weather, especially if you’ve hit a curb, or other obstacle. Collision Repair Tempe would rather tell an anxious client there’s nothing to worry about than have them skip a needed inspection and have damage show up later when it causes an accident.