Greg Buckley on Lyft
Greg Buckley posted a video he did when he visited a LYFT Service Center in Philadelphia and shared his observations. No doubt this business model from LYFT is a disruptor and what can we learn from it and what should you know.Listen and view episode notes
Greg Buckley Wonders if we Are Pigeonholing Ourselves Into Just One Area Of RepairListen and view episode notes
How strong is your social media strategy?
Many service professionals wonder how valuable and important a great social media presence is to connect with their customer’s digital DNA.
Learn from early adopters Frank Leutz from Desert Car Care and Greg Buckley from Buckley’s Auto Care. These two service professional entrepreneurs are sharing their strategies and how-to concepts for creating or improving your social media presence.Listen and view episode notes
Greg Buckley from Buckley Auto Care in Wilmington, DE has been a previous guest and did an entrepreneur interview back in episode 19. A classic … don’t miss it. After hooking up with Greg in Detroit in summer 2015 at NACE/CARS and attended two seminars he was teaching, I knew that we needed to have…Listen and view episode notes
Greg Buckley of Buckley ‘s Auto Care says it was a thrill working alongside his dad, when he was eight years old, pumping gas. This 49 year legacy business has 5 bays, 3 techs and 2 service writers. He is a busy man being a member of ASA, an ATI Coach, a member of the…Listen and view episode notes
This is a bonus episode number 5 and a replay of a CarmCast I did this past week. Because we are in unprecedented times I decided to release this special CarmCast as a podcast of a Covid-19 Thinktank from March 18th. For many aftermarket professionals, you’ve prepared for an event like this. Your disaster plan…Listen and view episode notes
Connect on Facebook Share Become an Insider. Join the Tribe Email Carm CarmCast 062 Leading Your Business Through Covid-19 The Panel: Greg Buckley, Buckley’s Auto Care, Willington, DE Dwayne Myers, Dynamic Automotive, Frederick, MD (MSO) Matt Fanslow, Shop Manager lead Diagnostician, Riverside Automotive, Red Wing, MN Bob Greenwood, President and C.E.O. of Automotive Aftermarket…Read More
Connect on Facebook Share Become an Insider. Join the Tribe Email Carm CarmCast 060 – COVID-19 – An open discussion on solutions to protect your team, clients and your business Greg Buckley, Buckley’s Auto Care, Willimington, DE Mike Maleski, PSK Performance, Pittsburgh, PA Lucas Underwood, L & N Performance Auto Repair, Blowing Rock, NC…Read More
Connect on Facebook Share Become an Insider. Join the Tribe Email Carm Join Bambi Crozier from Car Clinic, Lowel, AR, Mitch Schneider, Misfire the Book, Greg Buckley, Buckley’s Auto Care and Vin Waterhouse, the Waterhouse Group Be inspired by the discussion: Find your optimistic trait Reach out and bring gratitude to not only family but…Read More
Geek Talk 2.0 Part 5 The Future of Websites. Will They Evolve?
The Geeks are back talking websites, wait until you hear this discussion. This super-smart group creates a pile of ideas, insights, and trends to think about. I must say they were at the top of their game in this episode.
With me for part 5 of Geek Talk is Bill Nalu, Interstate Auto Care, Madison Heights, MI, Chris Cloutier, Golden Rule Auto Care, Dallas TX also CEO of Autotext.me, Greg Buckley, Buckley’s Personalized Auto Care, Wilmington, DE and Karim Morsli, Winkler Automotive, Gaithersburg, MD.
They talk organic content, the impact of social media vs the value of your website, using YouTube, and they wonder if video and chat will become mainstays on websites?Listen and view episode notes
In their fourth installment of Geek Talk 2.0. This episode took an interesting path as Greg brought his perspective on AAA. Chris talked about AI, Bill has his thought on his suppliers and Karim talked about the importance of data ownership.
Your panel- Greg Buckley from Buckley’s Personalized Auto Care Willimgton, DE Chris Cloutier from Golden Rule Auto Care, Dallas, and CEO of Autotex.me, Bill Nalu Interstate Auto Care, Madison Height, MI and Karim Morsli, Winkler Automomotive in Gaithersburg, MD.Listen and view episode notes
Preparing Your Shop For Tomorrow’s Technician: How To Attract And Retain Your Team
We know as a united industry that retaining and attracting talent into our bays is our number one concern. Sure keeping pace with technology advancements is up there, but if you don’t have the talent inside your shop to repair our high tech cars, tech becomes less a challenge.
This power panel from Vision KC 2019 and brought to you by the Midwest Auto Care Alliance, tackles this tough subject that we need to face head-on. With me is Tyler Hubbard from I-70 Auto Service, Aaron Stokes – from Eurofix and Shop Fix Academy, Chris Chesney – Sr. Director Customer Training at CARQUEST Technical Institute, Brian Bates – Eagle Automotive Service and Greg Buckley – Buckley Personalized Auto Care.
You’ll hear discussion on why our industry needs to stop eating our young, setting career paths for your technicians, why orientation and not onboarding is the way to integrate new technicians into your business, buying tools for our technicians, and building the right culture and operating principles and so much more. We even had time at the end for Q & A from the audience.Listen and view episode notes
Connect on Facebook Share Become an Insider. Join the Tribe Email Carm CarmCast 018 What was your best take-a-way from Vision Did you get your Vision shirt that supports scholarships Thanks: Thanks to Sheri Hamilton, Jerry Holcom, Joe Severt and Ron Haugen for such a great event and for having me lead the Power Panel.…Read More
Connect on Facebook Share Become an Insider. Join the Tribe Email Carm CarmCast 017 Plans for Vision KC 2019 Get your ‘Tribe Sticker’ Be on a CarmCast broadcast live. Details being work out. Moderating the ‘Power Panel’ Friday, March 1st, 2019, Noon – 2 PM Greg Buckley Brian Bates Aaron Stokes Chris Chesney Tyler Hubbard Live…Read More
Geek Talk 2.0 Part Three – The Independents Biggest Competitor
This episode will enlighten and open your eyes to who are the biggest competitors of the independent shops; how to deal with them and how to market against them. Some important stats presented shows how market share is changing.
The panel includes Greg Buckley, CEO of Buckley Personalized Auto Care in Wilmington, DE, Chris Cloutier, co-owner of Golden Rule Auto Care in Dallas Texas and CEO of AutoText Me and Karim Morsli owner of Winkler Automomotive in Gaithersburg, MD.Listen and view episode notes