Business Name: All Right Auto Repair
“It’s all about making it right,” said Tom Grover. “I want you to have peace of mind, catch things wrong with your vehicle that we can and reduce breakdowns. We can’t catch everything and every shop can come across a problem but its all about what you do when that does happen. Our commitment is to making right.”
Tom and Tammy Grover are the owners of one of Emmett’s newest businesses, All Right Auto Repair. Tom has been making it right for customers since 1983 where he began working in his uncle’s mechanic shop in Gooding. After moving to a dealership and several independent shops, the Grover’s opened their first shop in Middleton.
“We were so busy I didn’t advertise or even put up a sign,” said Tom. “We still have many of those customers coming to us in Emmett now. Auto repairs can be expensive. If a customer is unhappy or unsure about the service we gave, they aren’t coming back. We want to make your repair job as painless as possible and stand behind our work.”
The couple moved their family, five kids in all, to Emmett 4 ½ years ago and officially opened their shop on Main Street in May.
“We’re a family business,” said Tammy. “We love working together and have the kids involved. Our son Calvin started out stocking shelves, graduated from EHS and is now one of our mechanics. We can have the kids here learning lessons about business and 4-H projects going in the back.”
All Right Auto’s third mechanic is Kent Sams, a 23-year veteran-mechanic.
“We are excited to be a position to help people and earn a living,” said Tom. “There is plenty of work to go around and we work with other mechanic shops. It’s great to be a part of the Emmett business community.”
Tom continued, “We offer free inspections. Nothing is worse than having you car in the shop and driving off and something else goes wrong. If you are going on a trip and just want to be sure things are working, bring your car in. If you’re thinking of buying a car, we can look at it for you or diagnose your current vehicle to see if it’s worth fixing up and keeping.”
Looking for the perfect gift? All Right offers gift cards which can be used as incentives or given on thoughtful occasions.
“Nothing says ‘I love you’ like a gift card to have your car fixed,” joked Calvin. “I know people who have used them as anonymous ‘thank-you’ gifts and they do make great wedding presents.”
Open M-F, 8 am – 5 pm, 315 W Main St, 365-7229. “Like” them on FaceBook: All Right Auto Repair