To All of Our Auto Group Customers:
I am proud to present to you our first edition of TODAY KANSAS CITY. We hope within it to celebrate the great city we live in and the relationships we have built with you over the years.
You are receiving this first issue of our magazine because you are a customer of one of our three dealerships’ Sales, Service, or Parts departments. It is a way of saying thank you and, at the same time, giving you – our customer – an exclusive publication in your mailbox four times a year.
The reason for doing an all-new print publication is that I got tired of getting emails. I know that sounds strange, but how many times do you get so many offers, specials, and solicitations in your inbox that a message or correspondence you were expecting from a family member, business contact, or special organization almost gets lost? TODAY KANSAS CITY is delivered to your original “inbox”… your mailbox.
In TODAY you will find automotive content, since that is our business, but you will also find original articles on design, architecture, fashion, food, and nonprofit organizations in Kansas City. TODAY will also cover events that we have hosted or been a part of and news from the Auto Group, along with a quarterly event calendar, to inform you of what is going on in the city and the area at a glance.
I hope you like TODAY KANSAS CITY as much as we enjoyed developing it. Thank you for the relationship we have shared over the years.
Marion Battaglia, President
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