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Dream Comes True

By Vikki Woods

On November 8, 2014, Jason and Sarah Campbell finally realized their dream of opening their own Auto Repair Shop in Mountain City.  On 1122 Crossroads Drive (next to McDonalds), Jason will be servicing all type of vehicles, but his expertise is with Chevrolet and European and Asian cars such as Subaru, Volvo, Hyundai, and others.

Jason has a degree from Tennessee Technical College in automotive technology, is ASE Certified, and has further factory training from Subaru and Chevrolet.  He specializes in computer diagnostics since so many of today's cars depend on computers and not everyone is trained in how to be a “doctor for your car”.

After graduating from Tennessee Tech, Jason worked for a Subaru dealership where he was the lead technician. Over the past 17 years, Jason has been a service and parts manager as well as working for a Chevy dealership and other dealers.

Jason will provide his customers with expert care for a reasonable cost.  He provides “old time service” where he'll give each car a free inspection and top off the fluids as needed.

Sarah is the back of the house manager.

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