Tuesday, 03 April 2018 11:06

Scottsdale Airpark Icon Aaron Nelson Gone, but Not Too Far

If you’ve ever gone to Airpark Auto Service, chances are, you’ve met Aaron Nelson who has worked there for 25 years. Most people say that Aaron has been more than a service advisor to them; he has become their friend.

Recently Airpark Auto Service was sold and is under new ownership. Aaron Nelson decided it was time for him to make a change too. So, Aaron Nelson has gone to work at Tri-City Transmission & Auto Repair in Tempe.

“It’s been an awesome experience,” said Nelson “and I will miss all of the friends and customers I have worked with over the last 25 years.”

Nelson has seen a lot of changes in the last 25 years when it comes to the vehicles, but when it comes to customers, their expectations always remain the same. Customers want to work with a business they can trust, who values them as a customer and as people. Nelson is glad that he can continue that kind of service at Tri-City Transmission & Auto Repair.

Nelson is excited for his new adventure at Tri-City. He’s worked with them as a customer for most of his 25 years at Airpark Auto Service and he knows that they too, have the same philosophy when it comes to taking care of customers and their cars.

Nelson says, “If I wouldn’t sell it to my parents, I won’t sell it to my customers,” and the folks at Tri-City Transmission have been treating people the same way for over 45 years.

Tri-City Transmission & Auto Repair has been in business in Tempe for over 45 years. They provide full-service auto repair and are Phoenix’s transmission experts. To contact Nelson at Tri-City, call 480-968-5062.

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