Michael Peel – A Wonderful and Worthy Guy to Get to Know!!

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Ronnie Wilson:
So, you’re a Georgia Bulldog for life. What position did you play?

Michael Peel:
I was a right-handed pitcher in college.

Ronnie Wilson:
And what were your pitches?

Michael Peel:
A fast ball, change-up, and a slider is what I threw.

Ronnie Wilson:
What was the top speed you hit on your fast ball?

Michael Peel:
95 mph in high school .

Ronnie Wilson:
Oh, really? In high school?

Michael Peel:
Yes, sir.

Ronnie Wilson:
Wow, did you hit that in college at any point?

Michael Peel:
I did not. Unfortunately, I was hampered with injuries for the majority of my collegiate career, but I enjoyed every second of it.

Ronnie Wilson:
And for whom did you play for here in Claxton?

Michael Peel:
In Claxton, I was at Claxton High School. Uh, Go Tigers! Born and bred, we all went to Claxton High School, so I will always be black and gold.

Ronnie Wilson:
And red and black?

Michael Peel:
Yeah, and red and black – yep. Always.

Ronnie Wilson:
When you have people come into the dealership to see you, and you’re going to get an opportunity to engage with them, help educate them, and serve them as they’re seeking to understand and consider – you know – at that point they’re considering a new or used vehicle. They may or may not have a trade. All of these variables that go into the equation for people that can be kind of confusing: how much to finance, what the finance rate will be, all that. What can you do to help them navigate that seeming jungle easiest and most effectively?

Michael Peel:
Really the best thing is to know what they are looking for – what are their interests? The customer is always the most important theme in every aspect of the deal. Knowledge is the biggest key in this business and, you know, teaching your customer what is most important may not be their biggest things; but the most important thing is how will they be successful in purchasing a vehicle and going forward with that vehicle.

Ronnie Wilson:
And what is your favorite thing that you see or experience as you’re working with and serving folks that come here?

Michael Peel:
I love dealing with children. I’ve actually majored in Special Education in college, so my biggest thing is seeing the family, seeing the smiles on people’s faces because buying a car is a big purchase. They say it’s the second biggest purchase you’ll make (other than a home). I really enjoy seeing people’s smiles after they have made this huge purchase.

Ronnie Wilson:
Very good. What’d we miss? What else would you want to include that we failed to include?

Michael Peel:
Come to Durrence Layne Chevrolet and see us all. We’re having a good time.

 

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