Sales Manager Lawrence Ennis believes in building relationships with customers, and selling them a car is a byproduct of that relationship. He has been in the automotive industry for 25 years and prides himself on providing superior customer service. His belief-system is simple: Treat others as you wish to be treated, and the more of yourself that you invest, the greater the return on that investment.
"I have been extraordinarily blessed," Ennis said in a recent magazine article. "Most of my sales are essentially word-of-mouth or repeat customers. My intent is to not sell a person a car, it is to sell my clients all of their cars."
Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area, Ennis moved to Las Vegas in 1986. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Mr. Ennis did his post graduate work at UNLV. He is an active member of several organizations here in Las Vegas and within the church community.
For a superior customer experience, ask for Lawrence Ennis at Chapman Chrysler Jeep. Give him a call at (702) 338-5900 to set up an appointment to test drive a vehicle, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have.
There is always room to negotiate price when buying a car. None of the numbers are etched in stone. One of the biggest misconceptions in purchasing a car or any major purchase is that dollar bills speak louder than credit. The truth of the matter is that all deals are cash purchases for dealerships. Either the consumer, the bank, or a third-party financial source writes the check to the dealership – it's all considered a cash transaction.