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Rouen Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram reveals new facility
Rouen Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram will unveil its new facility October 1. According to spokesperson Nicole Hopkins, the new building has doubled in size to 20,000 square-feet and features a larger showroom for displaying new vehicles and a bigger and more comfortable customer waiting area with features like free Wi-Fi, a children's play area, 65 inch HD TV, and a cafe with coffee and snacks. Customers can also browse a parts and accessories display while waiting for their vehicle. Customer parking has also been upgraded.

Owner Mike Rouen said “We feel our customers deserve this type of shopping experience and we hope they enjoy these enhancements”.

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Rouen Chrysler Dodge Jeep Dodge unveils its new facility.
(Press photo by Stephanie Szozda)

The service department’s upgrades include an enclosed service drive to keep customers comfortable during inclement weather.

The new facility was built with environment in mind. The service bays are heated using recycled oil and energy efficient lights and electric hand dryers are in use.

For more information contact Nicole Hopkins at 419-343-6252 or go to  www.RouenChrysler.com


Gold stars
Otterbein Portage Valley, an assisted living community in Pemberville, recently received a perfect score on its annual state survey.

Assisted living communities housing 17 or more people are licensed and surveyed annually by the Ohio Department of Health.  Ohio currently has 600 assisted living communities which must meet 324 regulations to achieve a perfect survey.  Each year, less than 50 percent achieve that goal.

“I am very proud of all of the staff,” stated Tom Keith, regional executive director in a company release.  “It takes a real team effort to achieve these results.  It is nice to see that the staff’s hard work and genuine love for our residents is recognized.”

Assisted living is a special combination of housing and supportive services ranging from activities of daily living and medication management or special diets to socialization.  Surveys cover everything from building codes to staffing requirements and family and resident satisfaction.


Opportunity knocks
Samantha Manley has joined GenoaBank as the assistant branch manager of the Crossroads Branch.

Manley, a Delta High School graduate, earned her Bachelor’s Degree of Business Administration in Finance in 2013 from the University of Toledo. She resides in Maumee, Ohio. 


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