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How Jill Merriam became the Dealer For The People at Key Hyundai

www.keycars.comPeople always want to know how and why Key Hyundai’s Jill Merriam became the Connecticut Dealer For The People offering automotive solutions for new and used car shoppers.

They ask all the time about how she got into the car business, and why she does what she does.

Redefining the car business

Jill’s goals at Key Hyundai began in an effort to make the car business fully transparent and rewrite the reputation of the car dealer. Has that changed?

Well, yes and no.

Listen to this Nicer, Newer News video and find out why we do what we do at Key Hyundai, and how customers find automotive solutions with the Dealer For The People:

Person by person is the only way to create change, and Key Hyundai is proud of the relationships we build and the conversations we have with people looking for automotive solutions.

What solution can we find for you? What can we do better? Let Key Hyundai know by emailing Jill directly at jillcares@keycars.com and we will get to work for you!

Car tips for millennials shopping for new or used cars

Jill Merriam Key Hyundai considers how millenials buy cars

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Millennials are often ignored by business, but when 40% of the car market is predicted to be millennial by 2020, new and used car dealerships like Connecticut Key Hyundai better sit up and take notice.

And we are.

At Connecticut’s favorite new and used car dealership Key Hyundai, we want to hear from you. If you are a millennial, or have a millennial in your home, what do you want when looking for a nicer, newer car?

 Take a listen to this quick Nicer, Newer News video and find out what Jill Merriam, Dealer For The People, thinks millennials are looking for, and let her know if she is right or very wrong!

Listen here: 

So, what do you think millennials want or don’t want in car buying? Are they really all that different from other people?

We’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas at jillcares@keycars.com, because we want to give them what they want!

How does negative equity affect your next car purchase?

Key Hyundai helps you get out from under water with your car payments

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Do you owe more on your car than it’s worth?

You are not alone. Negative equity happens to many Connecticut drivers, and there is a way to get out from under once you understand what negative equity is and how it affects you. The solution providers at Connecticut new and used car dealership Key Hyundai are pros at helping people with negative equity drive nicer, newer cars.

In this quick Nicer, Newer News video, Jill Merriam, Dealer For The People, explains exactly what negative equity is, how it affects car buyers, and how you can find a solution to meet your needs.

Take a quick listen, you will be glad you did:

Tired of driving a car not worth the payments? Do you know somebody in this situation? Share this video with them, and have them email Jill directly at jillcares@keycars.com so she can personally find a solution provider to help them!

What do the Oscars and a CT car dealer have in common?

How to apologizeWhat would you do? Whether Connecticut’s favorite new and used car dealership or a famous actor or actress, there are certain things to do to effectively communicate a message. 

The blunder at the Oscars announcing the wrong best picture before announcing the correct one (Moonlight) is something we can relate to because, let’s face it, we all make mistakes.

It’s what we do after a blunder that defines the person, organization, or business.

Even though Jill Merriam, Dealer For The People, is no movie star, she does have advice for anyone who makes an error, and wants to apologize.

There are simple things to do when righting a wrong to be authentic.

This quick Nicer, Newer News video shares four simple tips on how to apologize. It’s how Key Hyundai solution providers communicate honestly and openly with our customers and colleagues, and something you can apply to your own life if you find yourself at the Oscars or elsewhere and needing to make an apology. 

Take a quick listen:

Have you ever felt you deserved an apology? Have you ever given one? How did it go?

We’d love to hear about it at jillcares@keycars.com because let’s face it, we can all learn from each other!