Every car owner knows just how much trouble they can be: mysterious noises, check engine lights, and other problems can cause headaches. Luckily, the professionals at Reeder’s Auto Service are always available to lend an expert hand and keep any vehicle sent their way running smoothly. But even when you know they’re professional, it can feel uneasy handing your car off to a bunch of strangers. That’s why Reeder’s is all about building a relationship with their customers. Here’s a little peek into the life of one face you might see at their shop, Jacob Reeder.
Q: Where are you from?
A: Portage, Indiana.
Q: What’s your family look like?
A: I don’t have any children yet! I’ve got three siblings: Jeremy, Joshua, and Stephanie. There are also my three nieces: Lilly, AJ Layla, and Faith.
Q: Do you have any certifications?
A: I’ve earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Management.
Q: Do you specialize in any type of automobile work?
A: I’ve done a brake service on my own personal vehicle.
Q: Do you have any hobbies?
A: A big variety of sports: golf, soccer, snowboarding, whitewater kayaking, rock climbing and mountain biking.
Q: What’s your favorite band?
A: I like a lot of bands, but I’m a country fan.
Q: Cats or dogs?
A: Definitely dogs over cats. I have one dog, but I’ve recently adopted a cat into the family.
Q: What’re your favorite TV show(s)?
A: The Walking Dead, SportsCenter, the Biggest Loser, and the Following.
Q: If you could trade places with any other person for a week (famous or not, living or dead, real or fictional) with whom would it be?
A: Phil Emery (the former Bears G.M.) during NFL draft week.
The next time your check engine light blinks on, drop by Reeder’s Auto Service Center and ask for Jacob. He will be happy to make sure you get everything you need. For more information about Reeder’s Auto Service Center and to learn more about their whole team, visit reedersautoservices.com.