AutoStream Car Care Opens in Clarksburg
The owners and supporter of AutoStream Car Care conducted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new location in Clarksburg on Wednesday, Oct. at 12051 Snowden Farm Parkway in the Clarksburg Village Center, right next to Grill MarX.
Owners Rick Levitan was joined by Maryland District 39 Delegate Charles Barkley, as well as Dave Gramil and Ken Williams of Revere Bank.
“We have been in business now for 17 years, operating gas stations with service departments,” said Levitan, prior to cutting the ribbon on the new business. “This is a very special location as it is our first stand-alone AutoStream Car Care Center. We are thrilled to death. We could not have done this without the support and cooperation of everyone here.”
The Clarksburg location is the fifth AutoStream Car Care location opened by owners Rick Levitan and Doug Grills, and the first which is solely dedicated to automotive service. The new state-of-the-art, 7-bay AutoStream Car Care Center will serve the automotive service needs of the Clarksburg community. “The company is extremely proud to be entering this very vibrant village center and will work very hard to continue to build and gain the trust of customers in the many years ahead,” according to the AutoStream website.
“Getting involved in the community is a core part of what we like to do,” said Levitan at the ribbon cutting ceremony. “Beyond reaching out to local schools and PTAs, we are very proud of our relationship with the Clarksburg Athletic Department, together we will host a Spooky Garage tomorrow night Thursday, Oct. 27, in advance of Halloween. We invite anyone with small children to come out and have some fun.”
All AutoStream automotive technicians are ASE Certified (National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence) and utilize the latest automotive technology to diagnose and analyze vehicle repairs. They are equipped to handle all major and minor repairs as well as complete maintenance on all foreign and domestic vehicles. All AutoStream facilities are AAA-approved, exceeding AAA’s requirements for employee training and certification as well as their stringent standards for providing exemplary customer service and satisfaction.
The new AutoStream Car Care service center is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 6:30 pm and Saturdays from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm
Caption: AutoStream Car Care owner Rick Levitan cutting the ribbon on the new business in Clarksburg, he is joined by Maryland District 39 Delegate Charles Barkley, as well as Dave Gramil and Ken Williams of Revere Bank, and other dignitaries.
Photo by Germantown Pulse.