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Letter: Thanks to staff at car dealership for help with new car


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Until recently, I was the very proud owner of a wonderful Infiniti I35 car and she was more than a car to me. I “raised” some of my friends’ children in that car, we went on Merle’s club trips together every year, to the Youth Fair, and all of the other places that my friends were grateful that “Merle will take you” to. And through all this time, South Motors Infiniti was the place that kept my car in tip-top shape. Yes, she had a lot of miles but she was special.

But recently, the inevitable happened and I had to trade in my “friend/car”, and it was a really difficult day for me. But, the angels at South Motors Infiniti helped me through this: so my very heartfelt thanks go out to Steve Anteen (for helping me find another car at Infiniti and for always being there for me and being so helpful), Michael Pretsky (for giving me good, sound financial advice), Adam Good (for helping me get acquainted with my new car and for being kind), Oliver Mayoral (for making the price affordable for me), and for Roberto (No. 1 mechanic). I couldn’t have gotten through that day without all of you. You’re the best and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

And, I have already started to get acquainted with my gorgeous G37.

Merle Wexler, Coral Gables

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