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RIM Auto opens its doors for business

RIM Auto opens its doors for business

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RIM Auto, the newest automobile parts store in St.Vincent and the Grenadines, is promising to end the headaches of finding vehicle parts.{{more}}

The outlet, which officially opened its doors at Gibson Corner on Tuesday, March 15, promises to source and deliver parts that are difficult to find in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Customers can expect delivery within seven to eight working days.

Besides providing a wide array of vehicle parts, RIM Auto, owned by Roland Cuffy and Ismel Frederick-Cuffy, has in stock brakes, air filters, oil filters, belts, batteries, 13” and 15” mag rims, as well as other vehicle accessories.

The automobile parts store will also service vehicles.

Customers can expect to have quality customer care from Frederick-Cuffy, who will be managing the business.

She told SEARCHLIGHT that she has nine years experience selling automobile parts and customers can expect her to continue to provide an excellent service that will cater to their needs.

Frederick-Cuffy added that while the business will primarily cater to the needs of customers from the Leeward communities, RIM Auto will be servicing the needs of all Vincentians who require parts for their vehicles.

“Customers can rest assured that the best prices are guaranteed. I also want our customers to know that we sell quality auto parts and accessories. The logo, ‘Parts That Sell Themselves’, speaks for itself,” said Frederick-Cuffy.

The manager said when shopping at RIM Auto, customers will be able to do so in a location that provides convenient parking.

Frederick-Cuffy wants her clients to know that although mag rims are available at RIM Auto, the business’s main focus is the sale of automobile parts.

She said the name RIM was derived from the first initial of her husband’s name, her initial and their son’s, Miles.

Persons interested in shopping at the business can do so on Mondays to Fridays between the hours of 8:30a.m. and 5p.m. and on Saturdays between 8:30a.m. and 1p.m. They can also call at telephone number 453-2046 or send an e-mail to [email protected]