Here at Webb Auto Outlet we are always striving to provide incredible sales experiences with our fantastic staff. We wanted to introduce each of our great Webb Auto team members. This month we are talking with our Sales Associate, Sam Bazzar.
Hey Sam, where are you from? My parents were actually born in Jerusalem. I was born in Ottowa, Canada. I was raised in the British Virgin Islands and came to Chicago in February 2016.
What made you choose Chicago? My brother studies at UIC. Small island life was a bit slower and wanted to experience big city. I've made it through my first winter!
How did you like that? It was pretty good. It's all about layers. Everyone said it was a mild winter actually. So I'm not sure how well I will do next winter.
What's your current position with...
Spring is the time for rejuvenation, maintenance and cleaning up! Here at Webb Auto Outlet, we know that summertime in Chicagoland is fantastic for driving. We have taken the five most important ways you can clean up your car for the summer months!
1. Tip Top Tires
If you're going to wash your tires, use mild soap and a toothbrush to get the close nitty-gritty spaces. Don't use any harsh or abrasive chemicals as they might harm the durability of the tire. You want your tire to be clean without any damage.
2. Inside Job
Here at Webb Auto Outlet we are dedicated to providing great service and incredible deals for all of our customers. As part of this focus, we wanted to share a look at the many great people that make for our excellent team. This month we are talking with our Sales Representative, Corey Taitt.
Corey, how long have you been at Webb Auto Outlet?
It's been about 4 months as a Sales Representative at Webb Auto. I'm enjoying the work and every interaction with customers is an opportunity to serve a great experience.
Where are you from, and what high school did you go to?
I grew up around the south suburbs around Country Club Hills, and attended Amos Alonzo Stagg High School.
What's your current hobbies?
I love riding my current motorcycle, a '94 Suzuki Katana. Looking to upgrade...
Chicago is known for cold winters but this year we're dealing with arctic blasts, sub-zero wind chills, and single digit temps. The cold temperatures are causing flat tires, engine breakdowns and Metra having to thaw rail switches with heaters. Commuting to and from work is becoming increasingly difficult this winter with public transportation delays due to severe winter weather conditions. The current winter weather in Chicago means it is becoming increasingly important to carry a winter survival kit in your car. Build your own or buy one; it doesn't matter. Just have one in the case of an emergency. Drive safe everyone.
Build your winter survival kit with the below items.
1. A collapsible small shovel for digging out snow.
2. A windshield scraper and small broom for cleaning...
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