Paul Sur Buick GMC Earns BBB Accreditation

2013-06-20T00:00:00Z Paul Sur Buick GMC Earns BBB AccreditationMatt Sharp
June 20, 2013 12:00 am  • 

VALPARAISO, Ind. - Paul Sur Buick GMC is announcing its recent Accreditation which was approved by the Board of Directors of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) Serving Northern Indiana. As a BBB Accredited Business, Paul Sur Buick GMC is committed to BBB’s Standards of Trust.

According to BBB reports by Princeton Research, seven in 10 consumers say they are more likely to buy from a company designated as a BBB Accredited Business. BBB is a resource for the public, providing objective, unbiased information about businesses.

“We are pleased to be a BBB Accredited Business because we value building trust with our customers,” said Mike Sur, Paul Sur Buick GMC President and Owner. “Our BBB Accreditation gives our customers confidence in our commitment to maintaining high ethical standards of conduct.”

BBB Accredited Businesses must adhere to BBB’s “Standards of Trust,” a comprehensive set of policies, procedures and best practices representing trustworthiness in the marketplace. The standards call for building marketplace trust, embodying integrity, doing business responsibly, advertising honestly and telling the truth, being transparent, honoring promises, being responsive and safeguarding privacy.

Paul Sur Buick GMC is one of the premier Buick and GMC dealerships in Northwest Indiana. The family owned and operated dealership has been serving the community for more than 27 years and has valued its customers since inception and takes pride in its impeccable customer service. Taking that extra step beyond attentive customer service is something that the staff at Paul Sur Buick GMC really values. Honesty and integrity, gimmick-free pricing and pick-up and delivery for scheduled maintenance appointments are all ways the dealership shows its appreciation to its customers.

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