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to offer their expertise to keep your vehicle running great. By offering shuttle service and courtesy cars, you can be sure you’ll be able to get where you need to go while your vehicle is being serviced. The highly trained Parts Department staff will get you the parts you need quickly and efficiently. The Parts and Service Department hours are Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Also, with three highly trained and experienced journeyperson autobody technicians, Roblin Ford’s Collision Centre will get your vehicle looking like new again. SGI and MPI accredited, you can trust the professionals to treat you and your vehicle right. Being part of the community and supporting local charities and nonprofits through fundraising is important to everyone on staff at Roblin Ford. The entire staff takes value in being members of the Roblin area; Fast and his team have a number of initiatives throughout the year to assist in giving back to the community. Fill the Fusion for the Food Bank is one program that offers support. According to Fast, ten dollars from every vehicle sold goes to purchasing nonperishable food items that will be stored in the Fusion until December 31. Roblin Ford is also serving as a drop-off point for those wishing to donate items. “We don’t want to see anyone go hungry this Christmas,” he says. Drive One for your School and Drive One for the Community are Ford of Canada programs that donate money to the local school and various non-profit Canadian organizations with every test drive. “We invest in our community and want to see it flourish,” expresses Fast. Experience the professional courteous staff of Roblin Ford.


Roblin Ford Highway 5 West, Roblin 204.937.8383 Top l–r Darlene Malashewski, controller; Keith Fast, general manager Middle l–r Glen Puritch, and Eric Langan, journeyman technicians righT Fill the Fusion for the Food Bank




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