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November Newsletter 2022

November… Being GUSHY About Gratitude

By Renee’ Leon

Newsletters will be popping up all month and the lowest hanging content-fruit: GRATITUDE. It’s a popular theme and rightly so! Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley—a leader in research on the science of social and emotional well-being—describes gratitude as the “social glue” key to building and nurturing strong relationships. Read more here: https://www.mindful.org/the-science-of-gratitude/

This month, I’d like to share MY gratitude for our customers and our Team.

I’m grateful for the support of loyal customers and their many referrals, as well as new customers, willing to give us a chance. We’re about to mark 10 YEARS in operation and I sometimes pinch myself to ensure it is all real.

I also have immense gratitude for our team, because without them, we couldn’t do what we do! Therefore, I simply must gush a little about each:

Edgar, Owner and General Shop Work Horse –the guy with the most experience and keeps things humming. I’m most grateful that he insisted we start this venture!

Jose, Service Advisor – a considerate and attentive listener who at first may seem reserved but then he cracks wise, making everyone laugh!

Pedro, Technician – easy going and kind, he’s always ready to jump to the aid of anyone who needs a hand.

Juan, Technician – our shop’s sugar addict, he is quick to laugh and even quicker to startle (seriously, try not to sneak up on him)! He’s VERY focused when working!

Jose, Technician – until recently was our youngest technician. He was our 2016 intern from Pickens Tech and then we hired him. As Official Shop DJ, he keeps the music varied and fun. It’s been fun to watch him develop as technician and young man.

Christian, Technician – our newest member of the team. While not verbose, he is always on the lookout for what needs to be done next!

Renee’, Owner and Premier Handler of All Things Paperwork – mine is the face you’ll rarely see. I handle business elements that are important but not urgent; you’ll often catch me seeking community engagement opportunities, as that is where my heart lies.

Happy November, Friends! Thanks for trusting our hardworking team!


Shop News

It’s that time of year and we are delighted to be, once again, an official Toys for Tots drop off site!

We’re collecting Toys for Tots until Friday, December 21st! PLUS when you get any service done on your vehicle AND you bring a new, unwrapped toy, Aurora AutoPros will donate $10 to Toys for Tots! Please help us spread the word!



November Oil Change Special - $34.99* plus tax for ALL OF THIS: Semi-synthetic oil change, filter, and lube (or Full Synthetic Oil for $54.99), Tire rotation and adjust tire pressure - if needed, FREE courtesy inspection, free windshield solvent fill-up, Top off antifreeze. Hurry and call now to schedule your appointment! 720-707-2006 * Up to 5 qts. * Most vehicles - see store for details.

Tiered coupon - $10 off $100 , 20 off 200, 30 off 300, 40 off 400, 50 off 500Referral rewards

Referral Program - When you send us a new customer, we credit your account $50 to be used towards any services! No limits on referrals! It's super simple - after your friend comes to try our services and tells us YOU referred them to us, we'll apply $50 to your account. Print a coupon from the website or ask our Service Advisors for our special referral cards give your friends and family!

Community News

Throughout October we're tagged 10% of brake-related sales for donation to Comitis, Aurora's ONLY night shelter for people experiencing homelessness. We just need a little time to calculate 😊! We will be posting our official donation total on our Facebook, Instagram, and Google pages! Find us @AuroraAutoPros!

Comitis hosts over 140 beds for adults, families, veterans, and people in recovery, and is open every night to guests between 5 pm and 7 am. For over 50 years, Comitis has been providing effective and accessible services offering critical intervention, emergency housing, short-term treatment, follow-up aftercare, community outreach and preventive education. These are offered to homeless, near-homeless, and the working poor of all ages. Services are provided 100% free of charge and includes: food, clothing, shelter, case management, parenting classes, functional family therapy, employment training, workforce development, life skills, financial literacy classes and bus tickets.

Comitis has a vision of ending homelessness by inspiring hope and providing life-changing resources that ensure everyone has a home and is thriving!

If you want to make your OWN donation, you can do so here: https://comitiscrisiscenter.org/comitis-crisis-center

On behalf of our team at Aurora AutoPros the Mile High Behavioral Healthcare (MHBHC) family, THANK YOU for your support


“Aurora Auto Pros does fast, reliable work. So far they've fixed the electric window and the brakes on my car, and each time the work has been high quality. Jose and Edgar are friendly and professional, and I like being able to schedule service online.”  


“Thank you, I am so grateful to feel I can trust you to do an excellent job at a very reasonable price. It is obvious that you are very good people and you care about the people & their car.s.” Barbara Cooper


THESE incredible folks will enjoy $50 credit at their next service appointment and all they did was refer us!

               Charles Van Heck

               Jaview Ruano

               Adam Berte

               Rafael E.

               Janet Christmas

               Layla Argueta

Muchas Gracias for the referrals! Hope you can use your $50 savings on something special!


'The Murder at the Museum' returns following all sold-out shows at the New American Arts Festival last month.

A special tea is being hosted at the museum to unveil the next mascot for the City. Hosted by Edna Mosely, the first African American councilwoman, some important historical figures have also gathered namely Donald Fletcher, Billie Preston and Bill Nakaoka, the first Japanese pharmacist in Aurora. As all eagerly await the entrance of the mysterious mascot, a murder is committed, that of the mascot itself.

Through comedic and interactive discourse in smaller groups, the guests must help Schmernock Moans, a dancing detective, to find out who the killer is and win the coveted prize of 'Detective' of the year. Written by Jeffrey Wolf and Deepali Lindblom, this event is being produced by ROSHNI, an Aurora-based Arts organization, in collaboration with the Aurora History Museum and Historic Sites.

Sundays - 11/6 - 11/27

$10 - $15 Fee includes beverage and cookies.

Repeats every week, on Sunday, ending on 27 November 2022


Tickets: https://www.auroragov.org/things_to_do/aurora_history_museum/aurora_history_museum_and_historic_sites_calendar



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