The holiday season is upon us, and auto glass companies all over are using this time to interact and engage with their customers through social media. If you’re looking for some holiday inspiration, here’s what others in the industry are doing.
Bone Auto Glass in Ballwin, Mo., is accepting letters to Santa. But that’s not all—the company will also mail back responses to the families who leave a return address.
Drop off your letters to Santa at Bone Auto Glass Ballwin. 15479 Manchester Rd, Ballwin, MO 63011. We will be sending back a response to those who leave return addresses. Please share. pic.twitter.com/fTWF2PZyyi
— Bone Auto Glass (@BoneAutoGlass) December 18, 2017
New Bruswick, N.J.-based Extreme Auto Glass is celebrated the holiday season by meeting with new and familiar faces in its community at the New Brunswick Recreation’s annual holiday celebration.
If you’re in the New Brunswick area, come out tonight for New Brunswick Recreation’s holiday celebration 6-8pm. Si estás en el área de New Brunswick esta noche, ven a una Fiesta de Navidad con New Brunswick Recreation 6-8pm. https://t.co/JJka8k0jhd
— Extreme Auto Glass (@ExtremeGlass1) December 21, 2017
J. Royce Auto Glass in Cincinnati, Ohio, took a different approach. The company tweeted a customer’s testimonial of an incident that took place on previous Christmas Eve.
My wife’s car was broken in to on Christmas Eve back window completely shattered. The company are Insurance recommended had a price that seemed outrageous to us and we were going to have to meet our entire deductible. Called J. Royce and they gave me a … https://t.co/akEyAxxlvA pic.twitter.com/I10ZA1tiwd
— J Royce Auto Glass (@JRoyceAutoGlass) December 19, 2017
Lloyd the Cow, “brand evangelist” for Lloyd’s Auto Glass in Pensacola, Fla., is using Twitter to host a count down until Christmas.
The CowTip of the day is to enjoy Christmas time while it lasts!
— LloydtheCow (@LloydtheCow) December 22, 2017
NSG Pilkington NA took a philanthropic approach and donated gifts to four families in its community. The company posted the message on Twitter.
A big thank you to all of those who helped us make this holiday season extra special to families in need! NSG Group helped make 4 families in Rossford and in Northwood have a brighter and merrier Christmas by donating presents and gifts cards. We wish all of you a happy holiday! pic.twitter.com/Q1OC58a57T
— NSG Pilkington NA (@NSGPilkingtonNA) December 21, 2017
Rockford Auto Glass, located in Rockford, Ill., let its Twitter followers know what days it would be closed for the holidays, as well as wished its customers a Merry Christmas.
We will be closed: Dec. 24, Monday, Dec. 26, Sat, Dec. 31 and Monday, January 2 to allow our employees to enjoy time with friends and family pic.twitter.com/jsEytqaakj
— Rockford Auto Glass (@RkfdAutoGlass) December 24, 2016
Richmond Auto Glass in Staten Island took to Instagram to post a picture of “Rudolph” getting a new windshield.
What is your company doing to interact with customers? Let us know!