Einstein’s Customer Quotables
“To Whom it May Concern:
I have been coming to this Meridian ID, Einstein’s since around 2009. I have had nothing but great service! Today I feel that John went above & beyond for me. I had a battery installed by Sears recently, but they didn’t do the job they should have done. When my hood was opened this afternoon to get my oil changed, John found my battery unsecured and leaning on my valve cover. He went above & beyond to fix my battery and attach it the way it should have been installed by Sears! It’s guys like John is why I come & get my oil maintained by your company. They have always been kind & courteous. And talk to me with respect.
2002 Toyota Tacoma”
Einstein’s Wisdom Of The Week
“Computers are incredibly fast, accurate and stupid. Human beings are incredibly slow, inaccurate and brilliant. Together they are powerful beyond imagination.”
Einstein’s Nampa Debut Is Fast Approaching!
Construction on our new Nampa location (in front of Costco) is progressing rapidly. The updated schedule has us slated for a mid-September opening. The pre-launch craziness is officially in full swing! We’re all counting down the days till Einstein’s begins serving Canyon County! See you soon in Nampa!
Einstein’s Customer Quotables
“To whom it may concern,
Orlen provided OUTSTANDING customer service during my last visit.
My car was overheating due to a small leak in the radiator hose right at the connection point. Orlen found the leak and was able to cut back the hose and re install as a temporary fix until I could get the part replaced. He also filled up my fluid and got me back on the road.
Orlen said that Einstein’s Oilery does not do repairs, so therefore there was NO CHARGE for his time and effort.
Unexpected and Awesome.
I don’t know Orlen’s last name, but he is a top notch employee, with a true understanding of customer service!”
-Mark H. via e-mail
FREE Summer Concerts At Julius Kleiner Park
A new outdoor concert series is coming to Kleiner Park this summer! As featured in The Meridian Press, Kleiner Park Live will bring great local bands to the park’s amazing outdoor amphitheater for a six-week concert series starting this Thursday, July 10th.
The events will begin at 5:30pm with kids games and activities hosted by various local businesses. The concerts will then run from 6:30-8:30pm. Bring your blankets and low-back chairs, spread out in the grass, and enjoy some wonderful evenings of live music. You can bring your own picnic or opt for the onsite concessions including Pie Hole pizza, candy, popcorn, cotton candy, and drinks.
Here’s the line-up of entertainment for the first season of Kleiner Park Live!
July 10th – Pilot Error
July 17th – Gerry and the Dreambenders
July 24th – The B-Town Hitmen
July 31st – Soul Patch
August 7th – The Neil Nelson Band
August 14th – Pilot Error
Tips For Preventing Auto Theft This Summer
July and August are the top months of the year for auto thieves. Dramatically reduce the chances of your vehicle being targeted this summer by taking the following simple steps to protect yourself.
1.) Roll up the windows. This simple precaution reduces the chance of theft by up to 20%.
2.) Lock it. Not surprisingly, about 50% of stolen vehicles were left with the doors unlocked.
3.) Keep the keys. Approximately 20% of stolen vehicles were left unattended with the keys inside.
4.) Park in well light areas. Over half of all thefts occur at night.
5.) Park with wheels turned toward the curb. This makes your vehicle difficult to tow away.
6.) If your vehicle is rear wheel drive back into your driveway. If your car is front wheel pull in front end first. This makes it harder to tow away your vehicle.
7.) Always use your emergency brake when parking. This makes your vehicle more difficult to tow away.
8.) Never leave bank statements or other financial documents in the car. Leavings sensitive documents in your vehicle dramatically increases the risk of identity theft if car vehicle is stolen.
9.) Never leave your vehicle’s title paperwork in the car. A thief can easily use this to sell your car.
10.) Hide valuables. Never leave pricey items in sight. This only makes your vehicle a more enticing target.
11.) Park in attended lots. Thieves avoid witnesses and will more often target unattended parking areas.
$20 OFF Air Conditioning Recharge
Keep your cool during holiday road trips with an Air Conditioning Recharge for just $79.99 (including refrigerant). That’s a savings of $20 from our normal price! Get your printable coupon here: A/C Recharge Coupon