Phil Long Dealerships Expands COVID-19 Support

Phil Long Dealerships Expands COVID-19 Support
and Offers Free Vehicle Interior Sanitization and Safety Inspections for All Residents
Over 3,600 essential workers received a free oil change and safety inspection

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., June 22, 2020 – Phil Long Dealerships has expanded its community support during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to keep Colorado and New Mexico residents driving safely, Phil Long Dealerships is offering a free vehicle interior sanitization and safety inspection to any registered vehicle owner through June 30, 2020.

Ryan Essaf, Phil Long Parts and Service Department employee, provides a DrivePur sanitization treatment on a vehicle interior.

Vehicle interiors are sanitized with DrivePur, an antibacterial, organically based and environmentally friendly purification treatment. Using the sun’s ultra-violet energy, the treatment guards against viruses, mold, germs, and allergens, and lasts up to six months. The patented formula contains Titanium Dioxide and Sodium Clorite, and is hospital-grade protection found in Intensive Care Units and surgical rooms.

From mid-April to the end of May, the automotive group provided any employee working for a Critical Business or Critical Government a free oil change and safety inspection on registered vehicles. During the six-week period, Phil Long’s Parts and Service Departments served over 3,600 local heroes that are helping to keep our community protected, supplied, and healthy during the coronavirus pandemic.

Over 21,600 quarts of oil were provided free to essential workers during the servicing of their vehicles. Phil Long Dealerships recycles 100% of used oil and oil filters as part of their regular operations and procedures.

“With more people driving as we transition from the Stay-At-Home order, we want to offer our community safety and mobility to get outdoors,” said Jay Cimino, President and CEO of Phil Long Dealerships. “Phil Long appreciates our customers that are helping to keep our community healthy and moving in the right direction amid COVID-19.”

Phil Long Dealerships has 15 vehicle service locations throughout the state of Colorado in Denver, Colorado Springs, Glenwood Springs, and Trinidad. Additionally, the automotive group has a service location at its dealership in Raton, New Mexico.

Residents can go to for full details and to schedule an appointment at participating service locations.

Appointments can also be scheduled by calling 719.387.8968. Complimentary vehicle pick-up and delivery are provided within a 10-mile radius of a participating Phil Long service location.

As a part of Phil Long’s commitment to keeping their employees, customers, and community safe and healthy, the automotive group fully supports and adheres to recommended guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control, State procedures, and local public health orders.

Phil Long Dealerships’ history started in 1945 with one Ford Dealership in Motor City. Today, Phil Long Dealerships is the largest privately held automotive group in the state of Colorado, consisting of 10 auto brands representing Ford, Lincoln, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Genesis, Kia, Honda, Mercedes, Audi and Toyota, under 25 rooftops in Glenwood Springs, Denver, Colorado Springs, Trinidad, and Raton, New Mexico. We treat the needs of each individual customer with commitment and dedication. We know that our customers have high expectations, and as a premier automotive dealer we enjoy the challenge of meeting and exceeding those standards each and every time.

Please visit or call us at 844.742.5565 for any vehicle need or assistance.

Gina Sacripanti

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