A new automotive service center opened this week on the Southern end of Macon County. Pork Chop’s Automotive officially opened on Monday at 519 Middle Skeenah Road. Owned and Operated by Stacey Holbrooks, the mechanics working at Pork Chop’s Automotive have more than 30 years experience in the automotive repair and service industry.
The shop offers a wide range of services including oil changes, tune-ups, and brake repairs. Anything mechanical, Holbrooks and his team are prepared to help.
But what sets this shop apart is its commitment to giving back to the community. Holbrooks has reserved specific days of the week for discounts on services for veterans and first responders. On Mondays, veterans, veteran spouses, widows of veterans, and current military can receive a free oil change with the purchase of oil and filter at the shop, while on Wednesdays, first responders can receive the same discount.
“I understand the challenges that these individuals face on a daily basis,” said Holbrooks. “I want to do my part to show my appreciation and support for their service to our community.”
Pork Chop’s Automotive is open Monday through Friday 8am till 5:30pm. You can contact them on the shop phone number at 828-634-4008 or through Holbrooks directly after hours by calling 828-371-9123.
To help working families and members of the community, For Chop’s automotive offers pick up service for vehicles, where staff will pick up your vehicle from your home or work — service it— and then return it, making it as easy as possible.
“We’re excited to be a part of this community and to offer high-quality automotive services at affordable prices,” said Holbrooks “And we’re proud to be able to give back to the veterans and first responders who have given so much to us.”