I just purchased a truck at Dave Arbogast and wanted to provide my feedback. It should be known that I used to write this dealer off because I felt that they would not deal on vehicles and that their prices were abnormally high...a poor combination! Well, I am happy to report that this has changed. I found DA vehicles to be fairly priced and the service/attitude of my salesman (Matt Jennings) to be...
"I was in a terrible accident which left me without a car. I wanted to
be able to shop online, find the vehicle I wanted, go to the dealership,
and purchase it with no hassle. At Dave Arbogast, that is exactly what
The Buick Regal
combines fuel efficiency with a sporty feel while maintaining a classy
look. All of this makes a great car that has what many different kinds
of people want in a vehicle. The design of this car is certainly going
to play a significant part in the future of luxury vehicles.
The Regal presents a new and
interesting exterior look. Many car developers these days are following a
fuel efficient craze since it seems like everyone wants to "go green".
Buick followed suit with the Regal, and did it very well. The flowing
lines and sculpted body significantly…
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Does the inside of it remind you of an episode of "Hoarders." Maybe it's filled with a sea of fast food crumbs courtesy of your lunch break? Or, maybe a bird flew overhead when the sunroof was open and left you a pleasant surprise.
If your ride is dirty we want to see it and we want proof. And, if we happen to deem your ride is the...
To commemorate 10 years since first opening their doors, the team at
Dave Arbogast RV Depot, located in Troy, Oh, has organized a huge open
house and RV sale.
The sale will kick off on June 24 (Friday), and continue through June 26 (Sunday).
During the sale, customers who
purchase any new RV will receive a chance to spin the infamous Arbogast
prize wheel and win some great prizes. Also, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
each day during the sale, customers will be able to enjoy free BBQ and
Who ever thought having perfect attendance could pay off so well? Just ask Troy High School student Ivy Smith.
Thanks to not missing a single day of school this year, Ivy was rewarded
with a free 2000 Buick Regal courtesy of Dave Arbogast Buick GMC RVs.
Each year, Troy High School enters all the names of students with
perfect attendance and draws a name. The lucky winner then receives the
keys to a free car. In addition to winning the car, Ivy now also gets
free carwashes for life.
Ecommerce Director Blake Arbogast said the team at Arbogast always
appreciates an opportunity to give back to the community. "This is my
third year being involved with the perfect attendance drawing and it's
always a blast," Arbogast said.
After winning her new Buick Regal, Ivy called her mother who at first,
didn't think her daughter had really won. Coincidentally, Smith won't
be able to jump in her new car right away. "I don't get my license until
later this summer," she said.
A man from Piketon was more than happy
to find out his charitable nature led to him winning a 2007 Harley
Davidson motorcycle during the 2011 Miami County Relay for
The annual event
sponsored by the American Cancer Society (ACS) has participants walk 24
hours straight in an effort to help raise funds and awareness for cancer
research. Those who participate in the annual event include both cancer
survivors and supporters alike.
This year, Troy, Ohio-based businesses Dave Arbogast Buick
GMC Van RV, The Caroline Restaurant and the Troy Fish and Game teamed up
for a "Ride for Life Harley Raffle" for this year's Relay. Raffle
tickets for the drawing were $20 each with all proceeds donated to the
In total, the three
businesses behind the raffle were able to raise about $6,000 through
The raffle ticket
belonging to Piketon resident John Mossbarger ended up being pulled.
Mossbarger is now the proud owner of a 2007 Harley Davidson XL883L
Those behind the Harley raffle added they always look forward
to helping out when they can.
"This (Ride for Life) was just another opportunity for the
local community to come out and help raise money for a great cause,"
said Dave Arbogast Buick GMC Van RV Internet Manager Blake Arbogast.