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GLC 300 Lone Star Mercedes-Benz Calgary

by Christina Rowsell
@RadioChristina

When it came time for my family to choose a family car - as a mother - I was specifically looking for a vehicle that is safe and reliable. But, I didn't didn't want to compromise on style and performance.

Hi, this is Christina Rowsell. I've mentioned a time or two on my show on soft rock 97.7 that I've been looking for a new car. My husband and I have visited many dealerships and have seen so many options. But, when we stepped into Lone Star Mercedes-Benz it was different.


Most of their models were in the showroom (for viewing), and absolutely stunning. We were greeted immediately upon arriving and before I knew it I had a coffee in hand and Simon the sales manager was asking us questions about our lifestyle, size of family, vehicle needs and budgets.

This was definitely a different approach than any other dealership we visited. So, I have decided to take Simon and Lone Star up on a challenge and will drive a different Mercedes Benz each month and then choose once I have found the vehicle best for us.

So, stay tuned as I start my new car challenge with Lone Star Mercedes-Benz in Deerfoot Meadows next week. And, with winter in the air, my first choice is the all-wheel-drive GLC 300 with amazing 4-matic technology. Stay tuned for my updates and visit Lone Star Mercedes-Benz to see what I've been talking about.


This is a paid endorsement. 

Christina Rowsell - Radio AnnouncerBloggerPhotographer, Mother, Wife, Sister, Daughter and... part time cook (only when she has time - in between driving to the hockey rink, lacrosse and volunteering...)

The Brighter Side Blog is a blog that shares Good News, Great Ideas & Amazing People. If you have a story to share, feel free to contact Christina. Subscribe YouTube Here, Follow on Twitter @RadioChristina@BrighterSideyyc and LIKE on Facebook ChristinaRowsellMedia and TheBrighterSideyycwww.christinarowsell.com

Additionally, Christina and her husband Chad are working on a documentary about Lyme Disease in Alberta called The Tiny Tick