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March 2016

It's March 2016, and the blizzard of January(if that is what you want to call it) is a distant memory for those of us on the East coast, as least so far.  The Holidays of 2015 are behind us and we are all looking forward to a year full of political maneuvering (NOT!)  Well it is a Presidential election year, so we'd better get used to it.

What we are really looking forward to is a year that is more fun, more prosperous, and more enjoyable, with less headaches, health issues, and stress.  Yes, we could all use more of this!

It will be anybody's guess how the year will shape us financially.  I don't do much in the stock market, but all indications are it's getting off to a very rocky start. Some might wonder how this affects a small business like ours, or anybody else's, but it does.  We all feel the tightening and constriction of an economy posed to affect the bottom line.  And after the "Great Recession" of 2007-2008(which is still lingering today) many of us still aren't sure or comfortable with what's ahead.

Nonetheless we are celebrating our 34th year in business right here in Virginia Beach.  We are now in the largest of the three locations we have owned and happy to be part of the Holland Road community. We have great neighbors all around us, and while the road expansion is quite the headache at the moment, it too will soon be a thing of the past.  Once it is complete we suspect good things to follow.

While we here at Japanese Auto Masters are not able to predict with any certainty how 2016 will shape up, one thing you can be sure of is that we will continue to service, maintain, and repair your vehicles with the utmost honest, integrity, and quality we can muster.  Our customers expect the best value for the time they invest in us an dthe money they invest in their vehicles, and we intend to deliver on those expectations each and every time a customer entrusts their vehicles to us.

I hope you will take the time to drop us a line to let us know how we are doing and ways you feel we may be better able to serve you and enhance your experience here at Japanese Auto Masters.

Sincerely Tommy Potter