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Plainfield Chevy Dealership Completes Remodeling Project to Better Serve Customers

Bill Jacobs Plainfield has completely renovated their showroom as well as significant other parts of their Chevy dealership while adding new offices and desks

PLAINFIELD, Ill., Nov. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Bill Jacobs Plainfield has recently finished several large remodeling projects at their Chicago area Chevy dealership.  The changes that have taken place not only improve the overall look of the building, but also fulfill their main purpose of better serving their loyal customers in both buying and servicing vehicles. The dealership has undergone many aesthetic changes and has also added plenty of new technology and customer service features, making it easier for Chevy owners to get in touch with store representatives at any time.  Bill Jacobs Plainfield is very proud of the new dealership renovations and they would like to invite any and all Chevy shoppers and customers to come in and take a look at the new dealership.

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Perhaps most noticeable to passers-by is the brand new display on the front of Bill Jacobs Plainfield's building. The façade has been completely updated with bright Chevrolet branding, which matches nicely with the themes and Chevy artwork you will see when walking into the showroom.  From small details like new banners on the light posts, to a completely resurfaced lot for customers and inventory, the exterior of Bill Jacobs Plainfield is where you really see a new face. Customers will be impressed with the new look and as you can see in the photo, it is quite impressive.

A significant portion of the work that was done to Bill Jacobs Plainfield went into the renovated showroom, which now boasts even more room to display fantastic Chevrolet models.  New track lighting makes the display floor a sight to see after dark.  The management team wanted their customers to walk into "a gallery, not a garage," which is exactly how the new showroom feels.  The facility was also outfitted with 14 new desks for sales consultants and managers, creating a comfortable and spacious place for customers to sit down and meet with all Bill Jacobs employees.  A redesigned cashier and information window will direct customers where they need to go at any time.  New offices for managers and specialized personnel were added on to the showroom as well, including one for the General Manager, Spiro Gousios, and another for Bill Jr.'s oldest son and the Bill Jacobs Auto Group's Community Relations Liaison, William "Trip" Jacobs.

All of the dealership's improvements were made with the customers in mind, which is why there was also a new Business Development Center put in place, in order to better handle Internet business. Customers will now have an even easier time finding vehicles online and submitting inquiries about specific cars from the comfort and convenience of their computer, tablet, or smart phone.  The improvements also included renovated bathrooms with touchless Dyson hand dryers and a new cashier and customer concierge window.

One of the most significant improvements for shoppers though was the completely redesigned and updated service drive, staffed at all times to ensure minimal wait time for customers.   The facility was rebuilt to ensure that customers would never find themselves waiting outside.  Instead, vehicles needing service are now pulled into the service drive on the East side of the building, and a technician is assigned to the customer.  When your car is being worked on, you can wait comfortably in the new customer waiting area, complete with children's play center and a brand new 40" television. Even the parts department was restyled by expanding the service window and adding an accessory display board.  Finally, service drive offices were added so that each service advisor has his or her own space to better accommodate their customers for privacy and comfort.

Please take a few minutes to stop by the dealership and check out the new improvements. Bill Jacobs Plainfield has a large selection of new Chevy cars in Chicago and they'll be happy to put you in a great new car. They also have the all-new 2013 Chevy Cruze near Bolingbrook, Chevy Spark and Chevy Sonic near Romeoville, IL, which are all very popular cars from Chevy's new lineup. If you need car service, then there is no better place than the Plainfield, IL service center there.

For more information please visit www.billjacobsplainfield.com or call (888) 634-7649. 

Media Contact: Max Jacobs Bill Jacobs Plainfield, (888) 634-7649, [email protected]

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