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May Newsletter 2024

May Newsletter 2024

Enjoy Life On The Go With Less Mess! By Renee Leon Cars are one of our most important tools for making life HAPPEN. Work, family, extracurriculars, and all the fun stuff often rely on us being able to GET there in our cars. This means we stash stuff in the cars, some of which is there on purpose, and some of it just gets forgotten. I promise, our Team is not judging you - they get it! However, if you’re like me and aspire to a less messy driving experience, I’m sharing a clever video that lays out some VERY promising organizing hacks that are inexpensive and hopefully helpful. Click here for the video, but I’ll type out the tips so you get a quick idea of the genius of this social media organizing guru! Dollar Tree SHOPPING list: 🛒 Clear Stackable Drawer – for items in center console and in glove box. And in the summer heat, if your chap stick is contained an ... read more

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April Newsletter 2024

April Newsletter 2024

Professional Growth for AAP!  By Renee Leon  Ever since we hired our first employee in 2014, we’ve been in awe of the bigger shops who CLOSED THEIR DOORS to offer cutting edge training at various out of state conventions. And ya’ll… we finally get to be counted among those successful shops! We send our employees to local training courses every chance we can, but this year we DID SOMETHING BIG! Our entire team (except Renee, who stayed on dog-duty) visited Kansas City in February for the annual Vision HiTech Training & Expo. The guys enjoyed their first ever team road trip and bonded over informative training seminars, great food, and shenanigans! They were inspired by the new technological advancements throughout the automotive industry and returned with serious motivation for improving efficiency and the overall experience for our customers. 😊 We hope to make this an annual event for our incredible team! And next time, Renee will f ... read more

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March Newsletter 2024

March Newsletter 2024

$ ZERO $ Cost Shop Visit!  Ever wish you could, for ONCE, go to a repair shop and NOT spend money?! On April 6th YOU CAN! We’re inviting Aurora AutoPros customers to attend our Customer Appreciation event and be treated to lunch, giveaways, and possibly leave with a heavier wallet!  When: Saturday, April 6th, 11:00am to 2:00pm Where: Aurora AutoPros, 231 Airport Blvd, Ste B Why: Our team wants to show our appreciation to our customers and vendors for trusting us for 11 years by offering delicious Salvadoran Pupusas, giveaways, and prizes! Please join us! Technician Juan was shocked to open the hood of a Ford Explorer that had been towed to the shop because it wouldn’t start. The cause was quick to diagnose – 4 baby Fox Squirrels were in a cozy nest and the parent squirrels had feasted the wires under there! Juan and his girlfriend took care of the baby squirrels for two days and nights while seeking an organization to take care of them! R ... read more

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February Newsletter 2024

February Newsletter 2024

Show The Love By Renee Leon I have never been more appreciative of my trusty vehicle than just a few weeks ago: it was 1:45 am on a Saturday night (early Sunday morning) after a fun girl’s night out. As I started my car on my friend’s quiet downtown street, I was loudly praising my sweet Toyota for starting right up after sitting for 5 hours, frozen in negative 11-degree snowy conditions! Thank goodness for a well-maintained vehicle! In honor of Valentine’s Day, I invite you to consider my silly, "vehicle twist" on the wisdom of the well-known relationship book, The 5 Love Languages! Acts of Service – give the vehicle the manufacturer's recommended maintenance services. In return, the vehicle helps you safely arrive at your destination. Quality Time – let your vehicle have quality time with your trusted auto technicians and you will have more opportunities to enjoy quality time driving around with friends and family. Wo ... read more

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January Newsletter 2024

January Newsletter 2024

New Year’s REVolutions! By Reneé Leon For a slight twist on the typical New Year's Resolution, I’ve replaced the “S” with a “V” to REV up 2024 and perhaps shake things up with a personal uprising! Rev up your self-care – try walking, meditation, and get more sleep! Rev up your brain training – read more, LESS screen time; let your mind quiet and see how much time you have for new projects. Rev up your community connections – go to a city council meeting, take in some local theatre, or check out a local school or organization that “calls” to you. Rev up your engines – take advantage of our gorgeous state and enjoy a day trip to one of many cute mountain towns, enjoy a winter hike/snowshoe adventure; having a well-maintained vehicle gives us the ability to shake things up! We are REVVING things up at Aurora AutoPros, too! From new team members to exciting training an ... read more

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December Newsletter 2023

December Newsletter 2023

Holiday CHEER or FEAR?By Renee Leon Aaaah the Holidays! Is it a time of cheer and togetherness or a time of anxiety and hardship? For many people it’s all of that and more. Depending on a person’s situation and their perspective, the holidays can be stressful. For many people, the holidays come with a pile of expectations and added tasks, not to mention the overwhelming commercialism! If this is how you or a loved one experiences the holidays, I’d like to offer some simple tips that I’ve learned from my dad, Jim. I’m not an expert in managing my anxieties yet but I do try to keep some of his advice in mind as I move through the holidays. Tip #1: Practicing Presence Rather than future-casting what someone may say, feel, or react, allow yourself to take a deep breath and notice the moment you are IN. You can’t predict or control what others will say or do so consider letting those concerns go and stay in the HERE ... read more

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November Newsletter 2023

November Newsletter 2023

3 Simple Tricks to Reduce Solicitations By Reneé Leon I am not alone when I admit that I use my phone at some point during nearly every waking hour of the day. Is that a brag? Definitely not but it is an honest statement. From meditation and fitness to family meal planning, veterinary appointments to office tasks, my phone is a part of it ALL. When I get a random phone call trying to solicit my business, I’m less than thrilled. Try these 3 Simple Tricks to reduce invasive solicitations! Credit and Insurance Solicitations I saw this tip from our Mortgage Broker, Dave King, and HAD to pass this on! Consumer Credit Reporting Companies (Equifax, Innovis and TransUnion) are permitted, by law, to sell consumer’s information to solicitors after they apply for a new card, auto loan, mortgage, or other lines of credit. As a result, consumers can get bombarded with numerous unwanted phone, text, and email solicitations. Follow the steps b ... read more

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October Newsletter 2023

October Newsletter 2023

Examples of Community Leadership (and why it MATTERS)By Reneé Leon Let me take you on a short trip down Aurora AutoPros memory lane. We opened in 2013 and shortly after were invited to consider membership at the Aurora Chamber of Commerce. Being a social person, I was immediately appreciative of the various learning opportunities and networking events at the Chamber. A few years later I was thrilled to get a scholarship to participate in Leadership Aurora, a 10-month community engagement program designed to develop an awareness of the Aurora community, create a network of informed leaders, and encourage greater involvement in the community.  The program begins with a mandatory two-night retreat in mid-September and culminates with a graduation program in early June. For this year’s class retreat, the board who runs this program asked me and 2 other alumni (Jason Altshuler with My Electric Home and Jennifer Evans with Advantage Secu ... read more

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September Newsletter 2023

September Newsletter 2023

Digital Assets – Social Media, Photos, and Online Accounts – What happens when you’re gone?!?! By Reneé Leon Earlier this year I was chatting with a customer while she waited for her oil to be changed. She shared that she was amid a challenging task – a loved one had passed and our customer was trying to manage online accounts. She was struggling to gain access because the passwords weren’t readily available/known. She encouraged me to plan now to save my family from added challenges when I’m gone. I’m sharing this info with you, too, and perhaps we will all get organized this year! As technology continues to advance, it has become increasingly important to consider what happens to our digital assets after we pass away. End of life digital planning involves taking steps to ensure that our digital presence is properly managed, and our digital assets are passed on to our loved ones. Here are 5 steps for end-of-life digit ... read more

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August Newsletter 2023

August Newsletter 2023

How to Maintain a Clean, Organized Car Interior During the School Year: 5 Simple Tips by: Renee' Leon August marks the start of school for a lot of Colorado schools and with it comes the need to haul more SCHTUFF. Books, folders, bags, and food need to be remembered and available. Students/parents/teachers need to be on time prepared. As the school year progresses, having a chaotic commute vehicle can be unpleasant and unhelpful. Here are 5 SIMPLE TIPS for maintaining a clean and organized car interior during the school year: 1) Stash the Trash Keep an easy-to-access trash bag (ideally reusable) in your vehicle and empty it regularly. If we eat in the car, everyone must pack out their trash and as much of the dropped morsels as possible. Don't do it later. Your nose will thank you. If you have little kids, you can consider a weekly car clean up contest! The person who picks up the most trash/treasures WINS! Plus vacuums are fun for some littles... 2) Junk in the Trunk (Okay ... read more

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