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By: Tyler W.
A&M Vapes
Don't know what this guy is talking about.. a&I'm vapes is awesome and the people are super nice. The juice is very high quality and the flavors are great.
By: Ethe F.
Park Marina Motors
Just want to say Mike is awesome! I have purchased many cars from this dealer but Mike was a whole new experience for us. He went above and beyond what I asked for! I might add at his own expense. He did what he said he would do and quickly.I couldn't have asked for a better salesmen
By: Audrey S.
Park Marina Motors
Very helpful! Great selections of vehicles. They had what I wanted and Ricky was super helpful in getting it to a price we could agree on. The whole staff was informative and made sure it was what I wanted! Thanks guys!
By: Igo B.
Park Marina Motors
I bought a truck from them today and they were great. My sales man, Mike, did a great job and made me a very happy customer!
By: Leigh Y.
Park Marina Motors
I bought two vehicles from here and I've had great experiences,I will only buy from here from now on.
By: Mike B.
Park Marina Motors
Formerly Budget Auto, Park Marina Motors is now bigger and better! The lot now has the inventory that they used to have in two locations and then some. But with everything in one place it gives the salesmen a real opportunity to spend quality time with you helping you to find the right car for you! Everyone is so nice and full of smiles! Love the atmosphere! Never felt pressured to buy!
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By: Marcus J.
Auto Maxx
Not a good place to get a car from complete rip-off I just got this car March 4 2016 I have had so much trouble with them all Im going to sue them this place is very fraud they are Crooks I had nothing but problems with this car since I bought it transmission drive shaft now the engine is went out and it cost $5,000 to get fixed and they false advertise not a good place to get a car from people it's time for this place to be closed down permanently and this guy license to be taken away that way he can never be a car salesman ever again because it's not right he's taking people's money
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By: Micah H.
Lakeside Smoke Shop
I go here all the time to get ejuice. They have good prices and the owners have always been nice and helpful
By: Joe D.
A&M Vapes
Very Rude People work here. does not matter what brand you use they will tell you it is junk and theirs is better/ the best.
By: Veronica S.
Roger Funk Cars Inc
When you deal with any dealership, independent or otherwise, you expect the dealer to know or at least have the specs on the vehicles, the titles, and other information that any potential buyer needs to know. Roger Funk doesn't know nor have any of this information available to the potential buyer to assist in their decision to buy the vehicle they are interested in possibly buying. These things send up red flags and make you ask if the vehicles are stolen. My husband and I won't be buying here.
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