Ever since I can remember I have been known as Mrs. G’s granddaughter. After all these years I still feel very special and proud when I hear those words. Her outstanding reputation and her longevity in business, since 1935, made her an icon in this industry as well as the community.
Oh right, this is about me…
Never pushed into the family business, although the door was always open, I went off to the University of Michigan Civil Engineering School and pursued a career in commercial and residential construction. After taking some time off to raise beautiful twin girls, I decided to join Mrs. G and become part of a great legacy. I’m passionate about this business and I have taken it to a new level adding luxury brands to the already successful independent appliance showroom. Friends tell me I work too much. How do they know? Because of the store’s strategic location on Route 1, they always see my car in the same parking space 7 days a week.
I love helping customers select the best appliances or TV within their budget. I do quite a bit of research on current products, keep up to date on new introductions and I stay in touch with the design community so I know what is hot and what is not! It’s a very competitive industry and I make sure we keep our long standing tradition of offering the lowest price allowed (there are UMRP police out there) compared to all other national and regional chains. We price shop every day. And lastly, but most important, my goal is to continue our outstanding customer service. I take every service call personally and try my hardest to satisfy every customer. Customer service is my #1 priority.
I love throwing parties in the store especially for the community and local charities. Having 6 working cooking stations throughout the store I am able to showcase local chef talent. This blog will be about fantastic events I host throughout the year, my thoughts about appliances and TV on design, selection, and installation. I’ve got a lot to talk about!
Ok, enough about me…. I would love to meet you. Come visit me and say hello to “Mrs. G’s granddaughter”.