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Ayers Automotive Repairs Hosts National Family Service Day Event, Gives Back To Community By Providing Auto Service At No Charge

Ayers Automotive Repairs Hosts National Family Service Day Event, Gives Back To Community By Providing Auto Service At No Charge

Ayers Partners with Area Non-profit and Businesses to Provide a ‘Hand Up’ to Local Families Santa Barbara, CA, December 8, 2015 – Local business owner Nikki Ayers of Ayers Automotive Repairs honored local seasonal workers with a special event. Family Service Day– Keeping Cars Kickin’ is a national program designed to help automotive businesses share their expertise and give back to the community. During the company’s first Family Service Day event, the shop owners and employees gave up their day off and were closed to the public to provide general automotive maintenance and car-care education at no charge to local families who need help caring for their vehicles. See Pictures - Ayers Automotive Repairs chose to partner with Unity Shoppe -- an agency th ... read more

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Is Your Vehicle Ready for the Summer?

Is Your Vehicle Ready for the Summer?

Fourth of July is coming up and meaning your car is hopefully going to be taking a lot of road trips! Whether you are taking your family to the mountains, exploring the great back outdoors, or simply to the beach, first make sure you bring your car to Ayers Automotive Repair for a complete Seasonal check-up or service. We know that sitting around in a hot garage waiting for a brake repair job or transmission service is not your preferred vacation. Our ASE certified Santa Barbara mechanics guarantee by their reputable service that we will repair your car correctly and quickly. Here are a couple of things you will want us to check on your vehicle before you hit the open road: Air Conditioning: Road trips also mean possible bickering between the siblings. Keep their heads cool by keeping your car interior nice & cool. Let our Santa Barbara mechanics at Ayers Automotive perform an air condi ... read more

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Ayers Repairs Is Now A Certified Brake and Lamp Inspection Auto Repair Shop

Ayers Repairs Is Now A Certified Brake and Lamp Inspection Auto Repair Shop

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - June 25, 2015, Santa Barbara, CA: In striving to provide the widest possible range of auto repair services to customers, Ayers Automotive Repairs is proud to announce that it has just been designated as a Certified Brake and Lamp Inspection auto repair shop for California. This designation is important to owners of California vehicles that have been listed as “salvaged” or “totaled” by the owner or insurance company. If the owner wishes to revive or return the vehicle to the road, one step required by  ... read more

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Happy Father’s Day from Ayers Automotive Repair

Happy Father’s Day from Ayers Automotive Repair

Ayers Automotive Repair knows that many dads would really enjoy a fabulous sports car for Father’s Day. Unfortunately, most families can’t afford that type of fun, but what you can do is make sure your family’s ride is safe by making an appointment for auto repair and maintenance at Ayers. Whether your family car needs brake repairtransmission repair, or warranty work, let Ayers handle the work while you and dad enjoy these fun facts about cars: That’s a lot of cars: There are over one billion cars on earth! No matter what kind of car or t ... read more

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Ayers Automotive Repair Hire Continues Strong Service Tradition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Santa Barbara, CA: Ayers Automotive Repair, a family-owned and operated auto repair shop in Santa Barbara, has a long history of providing outstanding customer service. When new members are added to the team, owner Robert Ayers makes sure they have the experience and skills needed to meet his exacting standards. That is why he is happy to announce the expansion of the customer service area with the addition of Maureen Ware as a service advisor. In her new role Ware will provide advice to clients who need assistance with car and truck service. She brings with her a thorough knowledge of the automotive service industry, after starting in the auto repair business 30 years ago when her brother, Mike, asked her to take care of the bookkeeping at Mahneke Motors. From there, she started o ... read more

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Commentary: Remembering Our Veterans

Commentary: Remembering Our Veterans

http://www.noozhawk.com/noozhawk/article/111109_commentary_remembering_our_veterans_today_and_every_day By Brian Canning The men and women in uniform — past and present — deserve our understanding and appreciation. I am a veteran, and I’m very proud to say that even though I never set foot on a battlefield and never fired a shot in anger. Every day I sit at work, I have the honor and pleasure to sit next to another veteran, who just like me never went to war. Sgt. Brian Canning circa 1978 At any given moment, less than 1 percent of our population is in uniform and active in our armed forces, and today — above all other days — I hope you would take a moment to think about the men in women currently in uniform and those who have served over the years. In May or June of 1979, I went to the Veterans Affairs office in Washington, D.C., t ... read more

City College student breaks into male dominated industry

City College student breaks into male dominated industry

Kianna Silva, 18, in the Automotive Department with a 1972 Chevelle, Wednesday, Oct. 7, at City College in Santa Barbara. Silva is pursuing her associate degree in Automotive Service and Technology. Swimming against the tide of expectation that mechanics are mostly male, 18-year-old Kianna Silva, a student in City College’s Automotive Technology department has found her passion and is currently pursuing her associates degree in Automotive Service and Technology. Silva, a recent graduate of San Marcos High School, was unaware of her passion for working on cars until, almost by accident, she took a basic mechanics class her junior year of high school. She took the class as she was planning on getting her license soon and, understandably, wanted to be a responsible car-owner. “Before I took that class all I knew about cars was that you turned the key in the ignition and the car magically turned on.” Silva recounts. Starting out as the only young woman in her ... read more

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