ENTERPRISE, Al. (WTVY) — Many businesses around the state and even here in the Wiregrass are closing to prevent further spreading of the coronavirus.
One Enterprise business, however, is doing everything it can to continue serving customers.
Boswell Honda Buick and GMC owner, O’Neal Boswell is closing his dealerships for one week due to the coronavirus.
“We’re trying to do our part to stop the spread,” Boswell said.
But Boswell isn’t closing entirely just the inside of his stores.
Customers will still be able to purchase vehicles online.
“Most people are shopping online now anyway, so all of our sales people will be monitoring their emails, telephone calls, any inquiries from the internet,” Boswell said.
Boswell understands the uncertainty people are feeling and wants to accommodate his customers any way that he can.
“We will meet customers at the store, meet customers at their home, whatever they feel comfortable with,” he said.
As for vehicles that need essential services they are taking care of those as well.
“If the car is disabled, even if it’s a dead battery, call us we’ll take care of you,” Boswell said.
During these uncertain times Boswell wants to ensure his community that he is putting them before his business.
“We’re making this decision for the betterment of our community. It’s not really what I want out of it business wise. What I want out of it is – and I’ll never know. I mean if we save somebody’s life we’ll never know. It’d be cool though if you could,” Boswell concluded.
Boswell Honda Buick and GMC will be closed March 23rd and will re-open March 30th.