Thank you for your excellent customer service

Les Schwab came to my home to help me, because I could drive to them.

Thank you for your excellent customer service

I would like to thank Dan Hall and the Enumclaw Les Schwab staff for going beyond their usual great customer service a few weeks ago when they helped me solve a problem I couldn’t take care of myself.

Unable to drive and concerned about getting my studded tires switched out before the deadline, they came to my home, took my regular tires and car, made the swap, then returned all back to my home.

I so appreciate their compassion and care during the many years I’ve been a customer and look forward to many more.

Thanks again, Dan and staff of Les Schwab Tires of Enumclaw!

Martha B.

Enumclaw




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