This Year, Moose Jaw Truck Shop is Ready for Anything from A to Diesel
Saskatchewan, CA--Everyone sets goals for the New Year, whether they want to travel somewhere new or learn a new skill or hobby. Justin Pryor, owner of Moose Jaw Truck Shop in Saskatchewan, CA, wants to expand his message and range of services to communities across Canada. While Moose Jaw Truck Shop built a stellar reputation for helping customers maintain their diesel trucks, in 2024, Pryor wants to tackle the automotive market, including automobiles, minivans, and other family vehicles.
“Prior to this we were dominating Diesel only, but there’s only so many Diesel trucks,” Pryor explained in an exclusive interview with NYnewsyork.com. He continued, “Everybody knows we do that, so we want to push more into the automotive world.” There’s no limit to the type of cars Pryor’s team will service.
Available services include oil changes, brake repairs, tire repairs, and engine repairs. Currently, oil changes are only $37 for automobiles.
Pryor is seen above, hired two additional mechanics who specialized in automobiles to accommodate the expansion. All Moose Jaw Truck Shop employees currently undergo weekly training and are constantly looking for ways to improve the quality of their services. They look forward to continuing to grow. This tenacity and attention to detail is reflected in Moosejaw Truck Shop’s new slogan, the best just keeps getting better.
Though the range of services has expanded, the shop's layout will remain the same. For automotive shops, first impressions set the tone for the customer experience. Moosejaw Truck Shop prides itself on curating an inviting and welcoming environment for new and returning customers. Moose Jaw Truck Shop provides snacks, including cookies shaped like the shop’s logo, for customers waiting on their vehicles.
There’s even a drop box at the front door for customers to drop their keys if they don’t have time to wait. Customers do not need an appointment to use the drop box. Moose Jaw Truck Shop also has loaner vehicles available. Pryor and his team work hard to ensure customers leave the shop feeling informed and prepared.
“It’s not always fixed the same day, but they can leave with a plan,” Pryor explained. Once customers drop off their vehicles, Pryor and his team conduct a pre-inspection of the “vitals,” including tires and fluids. The pre-inspection includes a thirty-point checklist.
Once your vehicle is up and running again, Moose Jaw Truck Shop offers a text message program that sends customers convenient reminders to keep the maintenance of their vehicle on track.
To get the word out about the expansion, Pryor partnered with Golden West Broadcasting, a Canadian community-based radio station that broadcasts to smaller communities throughout Canada, including Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Together, Pryor and Golden West Broadcasting are launching a new marketing campaign for Moose Jaw Truck Shop featuring a new character named Aotto, who is a diehard fan of Moosejaw Truck Shop.