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Enter today for your chance to win a 2017 Chrysler 300

In honor of Joanne Lindsay’s memory, the Dick Scott family has donated the brand new Chrysler 300 to the Ted Lindsay Foundation to be raffled off. The drawing will take place at The 17th Annual Ted Lindsay Foundation Celebrity Golf Outing being held on Monday, September 11, 2017 at Detroit Golf Club. Each raffle ticket is $99.00 and all proceeds will go directly to the Ted Lindsay Foundation efforts.

 

To purchase your ticket or for more information Click Here!

 

“Like” us on Facebook and we will make a donation in support of Breast Cancer this Month!

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This month for EVERY NEW Facebook “Like” on ALL of our fan pages, Dick Scott Automotive Group will be
donating $1.00 to Breast Cancer, up to $5,000!!


So share our pages with your family, friends and more so we can donate all $5,000 this month!! Below are links to all 7
of our Fan pages for you to like which ever pages you would like to follow for more information throughout the year.
With every new like we will make a donation to Breast Cancer in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month!


Just click on one or more of the links below to be directed to our
Facebook page and once on our page “Like” us!


Dick Scott Automotive Group
Dick Scott Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram – Plymouth, MI
Dick Scott Motor Mall – Fowlerville, MI
Dick Scott Nissan – Canton, MI
Dick Scott’s Classic Motorcycles – Livonia, MI
Dick Scott Pre-Owned Center – Bloomfield Hills, MI
Dick Scott Pre-Owned Center – Plymouth, MI

Dick Scott Automotive Group: Giving Back to our Community

Congratulations to Moraine Elementary School from Northville, MI on their Chrysler Drive for the Kids Fundraiser held on May 31st, 2013! Representative from Dick Scott Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram joined parents and teachers at the fundraiser bringing 2013 Chrysler brand Town & Country minivans to the Event.


Pictured above is General Manager Jason Scott (left) and Director of Dealership Operations, Nichole Scott (right) presenting the check from Chrysler for the funds raised at this event to Chris Van Ittersum, Moraine Elementary School PTA president. Chrysler donated $580 from this 3 hour event!

Parents and guests each earned $10 from Chrysler to be put toward school enrichment programs. Knowledgeable dealership staff was on site during the event to help answer questions about the vehicles and facilitate the fundraising test drives.

The Drive for the Kids tour will continue to make its way around the region, and the school with the highest number of test drives will win an additional $5,000 through the program. In addition, every test drive participant will be entered into a national giveaway for a chance to win $45,000 towards any eligible Chrysler Group vehicle!

From all of us at Dick Scott Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, Thank you, to everyone who came

out to this event to make it such a Big Success!!

Test Drive to WIN Free Tigers Tickets!

 

Test Drive a vehicle between NOW and Saturday, June 29th and be entered to WIN FREE Tigers Tickets!!!

Visit http://www.dickscottdodge.net/testdrive/index.htm to schedule your test drive or come in to Dick Scott Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram on or Before Saturday, June 29th and take a test drive to be entered to WIN One set of (4) On Deck Circle Tigers Tickets!!

Drive a Dodge Today and Help Northville High Turf Club

COME OUT
TONIGHT, THURSDAY, APRIL 19TH FROM 4PM -7PM
TO NORTHVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
(in the Center Parking Lot)
AND TEST DRIVE A DODGE CARAVAN, CHARGER,
DURANGO OR TO SUPPORT THE
NHS TURF CLUB!!!

$20 Will be donated by Dick Scott Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram for Each Test Drive to the Turf Clubs Fundraising Efforts!


Sue Putman of Northville might be in the market for a new car, and by test driving one today, she’ll make a donation toward Northville High School’s efforts to get artificial turf on its football field.

Participants will be able to test drive the new Dodge Grand Caravan, Journey, Durango, and Charger in the East Parking Lot of Northville High School. Dick Scott, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep & Ram will be donating $20 to the project for each person who comes by to test drive one of the cars on site at Northville High today from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The goal is to raise $5,000. Participants must be 18 or older, with a valid driver’s license.

“It sounds like a great opportunity to support a great cause. It’s an awesome fundraiser and it will benefit the turf project they are working on,” said Putman, a mother of three, including a senior at the school.

There will be no selling at the event, said Nichole Scott, director of dealership operations, though she does see the event as a great way to promote her business and highlight the increase in quality and design of the vehicles.

“It’s a time to help the high school, but also make people aware of our dealership and the Dodge product,” she said.

Last year, Dodge donated nearly $467,000 to local high school booster clubs through the Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser.

The entire Northville High School turf project will cost about $1 million, said Bryan Masi, Northville’s athletic director.

He said the turf and new scoreboard will be paid for by fundraised money. So far, the TurfClub has raised $835,000. Of that, $500,000 came from an anonymous donation followed by a $100,000 donation from the Friends of Northville Parks & Recreation. Construction on the turf begins May 1.

Masi said the rest of the stadium will be renovated over the next couple of years. Those renovations will be paid for through the school district’s sinking bond approved last May. About $1.3 million is designated for the stadium, which will pay for a variety of improvements, including a new pressbox, lights, new entrances and ticket booths.

“The test drive for turf will be a great way for the community to get involved in raising money for the stadium project,” Masi said. “We are thankful to Dick Scott Dodge to give us this opportunity to host this event. Hopefully, we will have a big crowd.”

As read on: http://northville.patch.com/articles/dick-dodge?ncid=newsltuspatc00000001

Come on out and Support the NHS Turf Club!!

Dealer Concepts partners with Dick Scott Automotive Group for QR-code blitz

Dealer Concepts, a leader in providing innovative customer retention and marketing programs, today announced its partnership with Dick Scott Automotive Group of  Plymouth, Mich., to provide full-scale QR-code promotions at each of its dealer locations.

QR codes are a visual representation of a website address, YouTube video, Google Map, vCard, or links to social-media sites.  Dick Scott Automotive Group is one of Michigan’s first dealers to support this technology with a full-marketing campaign.  Each Dick Scott location will feature banners, loyalty cards, T-shirts, and cut-out displays featuring their custom QR code.  The dealership also plans to display a 10×10 QR code outside its Plymouth location.  The QR codes will direct consumers back to Dick Scott’s website for the latest offers and promotions.

“Since 70 percent of all phones sold today are Smart Phones, it makes good business sense for us to embrace this technology,” said Nichole Scott, director of operations, Dick Scott Automotive.  “Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for our customers to have access to the latest discounts and specials.  QR codes are the perfect solution. We are very excited about this promotion and committed to making it a success.”

Dick Scott selected marketing and retention leader Dealer Concepts as their partner for this project.  Dealer Concepts recently launched QR-etention® – a program that generates custom QR codes for automotive dealers.  QR codes can be featured on any marketing item, including Dealer Concepts’ award-winning loyalty key tag.  The goal of the program is drive consumers to the dealer’s website to help generate more leads, sales, service appointments and eventually more profits.

“Most dealers who use this technology just adapt black and white QR codes,” said Andy Wolfe, managing partner, Dealer Concepts.   “Dealer Concepts takes it to the next level by branding a QR code for each specific dealer.  Dick Scott Automotive is one of the first dealers we know of to take advantage of this concept.”

“There is energy and excitement again about the auto industry,” continued Wolfe.  “All of that translates into what we’re seeing at the dealership level.  Dealers are looking for new and innovative ways to attract and retain customers.  QR codes are the perfect solution –  it’s a fun and cost effective way to drive traffic to your website and ultimately increase sales.”

DEALER CONCEPTS, LLC

Founded in 2000, Dealer Concepts is operated by a staff with more than 85 years of combined experience in targeted marketing for automotive dealers.  The company provides innovative and timely customer retention and loyalty programs to more than 5,000 dealerships and service centers worldwide.  Dealer Concepts is committed to providing clients with a constant competitive advantage in the market place through products like the award winning Punch-A-Deal® Key Tag and Loyalty Rewards® software that currently has more than 18 million units in circulation.  To find out more about Dealer Concepts product and programs, please call 1-866-GET IDEAS or visit http://www.dealerconcepts.com.

DICK SCOTT AUTOMOTIVE GROUP

Dick Scott Automotive Group is a family-owned group of dealerships that includes Dick Scott Chrysler Dodge Jeep in Plymouth; Dick Scott Motor Mall in Fowlerville; Dick Scott Nissan and Dick Scott Classic Motorcycles in Livonia.  To find out more about Dick Scott Automotive Group visit http://www.dickscott.com.

As read on: http://dealer-communications.com/product-news/marketing-and-retention-leader-dealer-concepts-partners-with-dick-scott-automotive-group-for-qr-code-blitz/

Happy 25th Anniversary to Steve Barkovich – Service Technician

Today we celebrated Steve’s 25 year anniversary with Dick Scott Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram!
Thanks Steve for all that you do; you are an Important Member of the
Dick Scott “Best Shot” Team!

The Canton Cheifs and Dick Scott Automotive Group Co-Host Toys for Tots Drive

The Canton Chiefs are thinking about more than hockey this time of year.

Canton’s varsity hockey club teamed up with Dick Scott Automotive and Toys for Tots to help make the holidays special for families around the metro-Detroit area.  During their Dec. 9 game against Novi at Arctic Edge Arena in Canton, the players, their families, and fans in attendance were encouraged to bring toys to donate to children in need.

“We understand the joy something like this can bring to a child’s life, especially during these challenging economic times,” said Canton coach Jeremy Majszak.

Dick Scott Automotive chipped in with $10 coupons for oil changes for every toy that was donated to the cause that night.

Majszak was also happy to see who else showed up with toys to help support the cause.

“All of our boys and all of our parents and some of the fans had brought [toys], and what was a real classy, really good thing – the Novi team also brought toys,” Majszak said. “I think every single kid that got off that bus had a toy in their hand.”

Cheryl Greenshields, a parent of one of the Canton players, initiated the event.

“That was something she said she would like to do,” Majszak said.  “And of course, we had no problem doing that and wanted to so she set it up…it was really good to collect that many toys.”

Coach Majszak feels that this is something Canton might do for years to come…

As read on: http://mihockeynow.com/2011/12/canton-chiefs-hold-toy-drive/#.TuoRlQT16ic.blogger

Toys for Tots Event at the Canton vs Novi Hockey game at Arctic Edge Arena

Canton Varsity Hockey and Dick Scott Automotive Group are teaming up with Toys for Tots in making the holidays a little brighter for local children in need. The team will be collecting new, unwrapped toys at the Canton vs. Novi game being held at the Arctic Edge Arena in Canton on Friday, December 9, 2011. Dick Scott Automotive Group will be providing $10 coupons towards an oil change for each donated toy.

Canton Varsity Hockey is proud to be collecting Toys for the Toys for Tots program. “We understand the joy something like this can bring to a child’s life, especially during these challenging economic times,” says Jeremy Majszak, Head Coach Canton Varsity Hockey. “The holiday season will no doubt be hard for some families. We want the children to have a nice Christmas. Canton hockey is so much more than just hockey. Together we can make a difference.”

About Toys for Tots: Over the 62 years of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program, Marines have distributed more than 400 million toys to more than 188 million needy children. This charitable endeavor has made U. S. Marines the unchallenged leader in looking after less fortunate children at Christmas.

As read on: http://pcep.pccs.k12.mi.us/node/2446