JOLIET, Ill., Jan. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- When U.S. Army Captain Morgan Laird was picked up by his wife from the airport last week on his return trip home from Afghanistan, he didn't expect to be making a pit stop at Bill Jacobs Chevrolet. When Mrs. Laird found out that her husband was going to be coming home from overseas, she decided to bring his 2010 Chevrolet Camaro in to Bill Jacobs to get an oil change so that it would be ready for him to drive. The staff at Bill Jacobs found out who the oil change was for, and they wanted to make Captain Laird's return home a little more special. The Chicago area Chevy dealership is a proud supporter of veterans and this nation's soldiers and they chose to make Laird's Camaro stand out a bit.
Captain Laird, an Apache Helicopter Pilot who is stationed in Fort Carson, Colorado, was very surprised when he walked into the showroom at Bill Jacobs Chevrolet and saw his Camaro all shined up and sporting some new gear. The auto dealership put a new front grille on the car, a new rear spoiler and new tinted glass throughout. Laird was very appreciative and took the time to greet friends and employees of the auto dealership who came out to watch him see his new car. The dealership's General Sales Manager, Jason Kolodzinski presented Laird with his detailed Camaro and the Captain was pumped to see his shiny, beloved car.
The Bill Jacobs Auto Group is proud to be a part of the Joliet community and welcoming home veterans like U.S. Army Captain Morgan Laird from Naperville, IL. Bill Jacobs is one of the leading dealerships and they sell many quality sports cars like the Camaro and will have the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray in Chicago, IL. The dealership will also be receiving the new 2014 Chevy Impala in Chicago, IL very soon.
For more information or to see a new Chevrolet vehicle, please visit www.billjacobsjoliet.com or call (815) 741-6975.
Max Jacobs, Bill Jacobs Joliet, (815) 741-6975, firstname.lastname@example.org
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