December 7, 2016

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Stay Local Maine - Ray Haskell Ford Lincoln

You typically don't think of automobile dealerships as being local, unless you're thinking  of Ray Haskell Ford Lincoln and Pre-Owned on the Waterville/Oakland line. 

Ray Haskell's was brought about to give you a different way to shop for your next vehicle, by building trust with the local community by doing business the RIGHT WAY, EVERY TIME.  

Being locally owned means creating jobs for people in our area, supporting the local government by keeping tax dollars in state, and giving quality service before, during, and after the sale. 

Plus Ray Haskell Ford Lincoln and Pre-Owned offers free loaner cars to those that get their vehicle serviced with them, every 5th oil change free, and discounted parts and services on any vehicle purchased from them, no matter the age! 

Ray Haskell Ford Lincoln has always dedicated itself to our community:

  • 2013 marks the 4th year that Ray Haskell has sponsored an ice fishing tournament benefitting the Maine Children's Home For Little Wanderers.  They also have sponsored golf tournaments and other great events that grow bigger each year!

  • Ray Haskell has been involved in scholarship programs with local high schools helping kids reach their dreams of college.

  • They've always fostered mutually beneficial local business to business partnerships including Granite Corp., Outdoor Maintenance, and Michaud's Trailers among others.  When local businesses make a strong pact to work together, both grow.


Ray Haskell himself has always cared about the people that he does business with in our area.  And when the owner truly cares, you see it filter down throughout the culture of their business.  

One such story happened when a client's daughter locked her keys in her car.  No one was available to help!  Ray himself went and opened the car for her.  Ray Haskell Ford has always shown dedication to PEOPLE, not profit.  When you do that the rest will follow. 

Find Ray Haskell Ford Lincoln and Pre-Owned on the Waterville/Oakland town line at 801 Kennedy Memorial Drive in Oakland. 

Click Here to visit them online!

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