Through The Rearview
January always marks a fresh start to a brand-new year, but it is also an opportunity to take a moment and reflect. A time to stand back and remind yourself just how far you’ve come in one short year and begin to look ahead to the possibilities of what the next may have in store. As we look back upon 2021 and remember all that it held for us at OOROO Auto, we wanted to share some of the standout moments, milestones, and events that we were honored to be a part of.
THE RUMORS ARE TRUE….OOROO IS GROWING AGAIN!!
Coming to Vail February 1st!
(next door to HOTRODS)
Serviced more than 10,000 vehicles between Oro Valley, Green Valley and mobile
45% of our customers were new to OOROO
Celebrated OOROO’s 7th Anniversary
Happy Car Club featured in BizTucson and Ratchet +Wrench
Honored to win the Best of the Northwest for the 6th year running, BBB of Southern AZ – Ethics Award, AZ19 Readers’ Pick Award and Savannah (Our Community Ambassador) was awarded United Way Rookie of the Year at Circle of Excellence
Honored to be nominated for the SHRM Community Impact Award and the AZ Daily Star Readers’ Choice Award
Launched OOROOblue Rewards, our loyalty and rewards program where our customers can earn points for every purchase and for referring friends and neighbors
Launched Happy Car Club, our Subscription service making it easier to maintain your vehicle all year round for one low monthly fee
Partnered with 30+ of the top employers throughout Tucson, offering our services to more than 20,000 partner company employees
Wrapped up our first year of OOROO Gives Back, through which we awarded $2,900 in OOROO certificates to 17 of our partner companies who used them for employee recognition while others gifted them to nonprofit beneficiaries
Active in local Tucson community events including the U of A Wildcat Welcome Resource Fair, U of A Parents & Family Weekend, and Reid Park Zoo’s annual Boo at the Zoo Halloween event
Actively gave back to our Tucson community through OOROO’s 5th Annual Joyride program, Pima Love Notes, Polar Plunge for Special Olympics of Southern AZ, Boys & Girls Club school supply drive, United Way Days of Caring, and Special Olympics’ 9th Annual Breakfast with Champions