Dan Vaden Chevrolet-Cadillac welcomes Latinos
Dan Vaden Chevrolet-Cadillac has always made customer service its #1 priority. That philosophy has helped make to Vaden the largest Chevrolet Dealership in Southeast Georgia. Founder, Dan Vaden said it this way: “ We want our customers to feel like they are at home when they come here.”
When the Coastal Empire's Hispanic residents visit Dan Vaden Chevrolet-Cadillac, they are welcomed by two bilingual automotive consultants who have a combined 26-years of sales experience and are both natives of Latin America.
Buying a car can be a stressful experience but Elsi Elliott is a petite Panamanian beauty whose smile puts you instantly at ease. Elsi moved to Savannah in 1992 from her home in David, Chiriqui, Republic of Panama. She has one son who serves in the U.S. Coast Guard and enjoys staying in shape through exercise and body-building.
Elsi says that her business success comes from putting the customer's needs first. “Decide what your needs are first and then second, consider your desires!”
At Vaden we have a great family-oriented working environment,” she said. “Because we have the largest inventory in the Coastal Empire, it gives me the ability to offer my customers a much larger selection than other dealers.”
Dan Vaden Chevrolet-Cadillac has teamed Elsi with Chon Magaña, a Mexican-American resident who is well-known throughout the Coastal Empire for his many volunteer activities.
Chon hosts a popular radio show on WHCJ- 90.3 FM each Saturday from 12pm till 3pm. Each December, Chon organizes the Our Lady of Guadalupe Festival in Port Wentworth Ga. As president of the Guadalupano Committee at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, he works throughout the year in
conjunction with other local organizations helping the Latino community.
Like Elsi, Chon also emphasizes the huge inventory available to customers through the Vaden Family of Automotive dealerships.
With 10 dealerships and over 1000 cars in our inventory, we can give our customers the right car at the right price,” he said.
Chon has some practical advice for Latinos looking for a new vehicle to drive.
Get your partner involved...after all it is a 4 to 5 year commitment the two of you will be married to,” he said. “If you are unsure of what you are looking for, test drive more than one vehicle. If
you have family be practical get the right size and have a budget of how much you can afford to pay each month.”
If you are in the market for a new or used car, truck, or sport utility, you owe it to yourself to speak with Elsi or Chon before you buy. We guarantee they'll make you feel right at home!