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    Cool Feedback for DIY #11 Convenience Car Care

    Hello folks, just wanted to start a thread to allow you guys to chat on how much you enjoyed the last Do-it-yourself event at Convenience Car Care in Manassas, vA. Please feel free to tell us the things we're getting right as well as the areas that need a little improvement. Next year looks promising snd our plate again will be full. Happy Motoring...
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    I really liked having a lift or two dedicated to quicker fluid changes. hopefully we can continue this in the future but I know it depends on the # of lifts. Convenience did an outstanding job as a host too. the short demos and speeches were nice.
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    Very well run DIY. Thanks to Convenience Car Care for all the help.
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    Nov. 15th DIY

    I echo that I thought that the DIY at Convenienc Car Care went very well. Timmy & his father, Bill were wonderful hosts 7 the food was pretty good. Since it was my first DIY, I can't offer any suggestions for improvements.

    Dennis Follett


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    As usual, the session was outstanding; and the food was okay as well. While I am trying to save a little by doing easy stuff myself, the learning experience is even more important to me. The advice of the other bimmerheads is great. Doing this in a shop (Convenience) where the parts people are friendly and and the mechanics who assist us are knowledgeable and helpful makes this session a "must do."

    Our chapter must be unusual in doing DIYs, because we had visitors from far north and far south, saying they didn't have these in their chapters. I can only admire the folks that put these clinics together. Thanks Zack and Alan.
    wwj

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    Excellent DIY. Convenience did a great job. The added demonstrations were nice too.

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