bad roads, good business

I spent the better part of an afternoon at Belle Tire geeting four new feet for my decrepit Cougar. After watching as much Judge Hacket and Maury Povich as I could stand, reading the Detroit News from front to back, and a half dozen cigarettes; I started looking at the advertising material in the showroom/waiting room. They had a display where you could push a lever to feel the difference between a good shock and a bad one. The caption underneath said something to the effect of, “If you live in Michigan, you probably have bad shocks.” As soon as I finish this post, I am going to do research to see if there is a Belle Tire lobby in Lansing.

[author’s note: for the record, my experience with Belle Tire was not too shabby…I wasn’t working with the “employee of the month” by any stretch, but the price wasn’t bad and the tires were round and bumpy]

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