Marlin Motors provided exemplary service

Marlin Motors in Duncan has won my by present and future business.

Marlin Motors in Duncan has won my by present and future business.

Marlin and his employee Kevin have set a new standard of exemplary customer service.

Kevin educated me on what makes a good used tire. He installed four used tires on my Chevy Express Cargo van working far past closing time on a Saturday night to get the job done.

Marlin was very gracious in accepting my old rusty ’92 G20 van despite having very little room on his car lot.

He and Kevin removed the rear tires and gave them to my dad for his van.

They are cleaning up and repainting my pipe rack to put on my newer Chevy Express Cargo van and both of them have demonstrated a level of honour, integrity and respect for me, their customer, and to my father who accompanied me to Marlin Motors.

I wish to thank both Kevin and Marlin for their extraordinary customer service to a non-resident of Duncan, British Columbia.

Brian I. McGavin


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