Lasco Auto Group Prepared for the Economic Rebound

Remote Sales the first step to rebooting the economy.

Fenton, MI — April 13, 2020

Finally, some good news to report on. With the COVID-19 pandemic beginning to peak, it’s time to think about restarting our economy. How do we go about doing that? Most experts indicate it will happen in stages. We can see that already in Michigan.

With the recent extension of the Governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order until May 1st, some provisions were included that indicate how a restart may occur. Given that Michigan is the automotive capital of the country, the order included a section that addresses the critical need of transportation providers. The following is an extract from EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 2020-42

9. For purposes of this order, critical infrastructure workers also include:

(i) Workers at motor vehicle dealerships who are necessary to facilitate remote
and electronic sales or leases, or to deliver motor vehicles to customers,
provided that showrooms remain closed to in-person traffic.

It makes sense remote transactions will be one of the first business activities to reboot American commerce. Nothing is more essential to our economy than modes of transportation to facilitate it.

Lasco Auto Group’s Expertise

Lasco Ford is one of the largest new and used vehicle retailers in the midwest. The same is true for Lasco Auto Group’s Mitsubishi dealerships, Grand Blanc Mitsubishi and Waterford Mitsubishi. Remote deliveries have been an important part of their business for several years.

Lasco Auto Group has delivered vehicles to states all across the country. Not just in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, but Florida, Texas, even Hawaii. Michiganders that moved to other locations still shop their favorite hometown dealer. Lasco Ford’s YouTube Channel has over 21,000 subscribers that view full-length vehicle feature demonstrations at home on their computers. The Lasco Press has a nationwide audience that updates customers on breaking auto news from Ford Motor Company and Mitsubishi Motors.

With the ability to shop online, interface directly with an experienced sales staff, and have a new or used vehicle delivered directly to your doorstep the process already exists.

Following CDC Recommendations

As we begin to move forward from the coronavirus pandemic, it is still important we take all the precautions necessary to abide by the guidelines recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). The Lasco Auto Group is meticulous about their attention to every detail. Even before stay at home orders were instituted, steps were taken to protect customers. Lasco Ford has continued to provide emergency vehicle services to customers that depend on their cars and trucks to meet their responsibilities.

Every remote delivery is handled in a manner to provide the utmost safety to customers. All details of the transaction are done via telephone and computer interfaces.

Lasco Ford Online Sales & Home Delivery Update – Q&A and Demonstration

Tune in LIVE as we discuss the latest availability for online sales and home delivery after updates were released yesterday from the State of Michigan. Ask your questions and we will do our best to answer them.

Posted by Lasco Ford on Friday, April 10, 2020

The Lasco Auto Group has assigned the process of remote delivery to its most experienced sales managers and customer sales representatives.

Meet the People You Will Interact With

The Lasco Auto Group’s digital showroom is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can interact with the sales team from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday and 9 am to Noon on Saturday. At Lasco Ford call or text RJ Spraggins, Blake Boan, and Greg Reid at 810-629-2255.








For Grand Blanc Mitsubishi and Waterford Mitsubishi call or text Ryan Valade at 810-875-5215.

Physical showrooms remain closed, but you can expect the same level of attention and professionalism through the entire remote sales process. Call today or text today and let the Lasco Auto Group show you how simple the process can be.