- Nov. 9, 2012 - CHARLOTTE, N.C. --
Ray McKenney and Sal Salinas’s dealership, McKenney-Salinas, has long been reputed for their honest practices and positive business techniques. Ray entered the business in 1981, when the country was experiencing one of the worst recessions to date. People simply were not buying cars or motor vehicles. One may assume that, because of this, a dealership like McKenney’s would have fallen under. Because of the lack of sales, all emphasis was put into offering the best service, with all of the emphasis put on customer appreciation and satisfaction. In short, the customer has been first priority since day one. This respect toward the customer and the community is what carried McKenney’s dealership through the recession. When Sal Salinas joined McKenney in 1990, the dealership’s name may have changed, but their customer service did not. If anything, the service has only improved over the years, as they constantly strive to find the best ways to serve the public, in and out of business.
They say that a company’s nature is reflected in how they treat their employees. Employees at McKenney-Salinas Powersports receive fair wages, excellent benefits, and their future is important to their employers. They also receive something that many other employees at other companies cannot claim; they are treated with respect, which is reflected in the optimal service each customer experiences at McKenney-Salinas.
For more information, or with questions regarding employment, consult their website: http://www.mshondapowersports.com