As 2016 comes to a close we want to thank everyone in our extended Wally & Son Family for a beautiful year. We suffered a tremendous loss in April when Katie passed away. She certainly left a huge hole in our family and our business. We have done our best to honor her by continuing to serve our customers to the best of our abilities. Our thanks for all who sent their well wishes during our transition, they were certainly appreciated. Thank you to you, our customers, we appreciate you bringing your cars to us, trusting us to take care of them, and to keep you safe on the road. Some of you we have known for many, many years, and we love to say hi when you come visit with your wheels. Thank you to our new customers for letting us introduce ourselves and our shop to you ~ we hope to earn your trust, and keep you coming back for years, and cars, to come! Thanks to our Wally & Son Family ~ for pulling together during our transition this year, and lear ... read more
This holiday season we are teaming up with The Pongo Fund for a Holiday Fund-raiser. We have a huge love for animals, [if you've been here, it's hard to miss!] and when deciding where we wanted to give this season, The Pongo Fund was a great choice for us. They do great work for those in need, and we are happy to support them! How can you help? Schedule your services in November and December and we will donate 10% of select services at no cost to you. We are also accepting cash donations for The Pongo Fund, and all cash donors will receive a letter for tax deduction purposes! We are donating 100% of all WINDSHIELD WIPER sales with free installation. We are donating 10% of select ... read more
We were honored to host a table at the recent A Night for Life at the LifeChange Center for Women & Children in the Beaverton area ~ one of the Union Gospel Mission shelters. Keith, Jamie, Tiersa, and Tiersa's Aunt enjoyed getting a tour of the facility, learning more about what they do at the center, and meeting some of the women and children who are current residents there. El Gaucho was the catering sponsor, so no one left hungry! We got to hear from a few of the women whose lives have been changed by their time at the center. And we met a man who is a Pastor, and was born to slaves on a plantation in the South. I can't tell you how deeply moving that was, just hearing those words. We love working with our neighbors and community to help where we can. And we enjoyed getting to meet so many great people!