P&C Automotive of Visalia, California

P&C Automotive deserves special recognition in this exclusive interview with Rich Domenici who is the owner of this establishment since 2000. He and his team are experts in complete service and repair of foreign, domestic, diesel, and recreational vehicles. Universal Digest is glad to provide the central California valley area with the following article.

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Have some of you had automobile, SUV, or truck issues that required mechanical and technical assistance? Well, this is rather a rhetorical question because almost all who own motor vehicles have at some time or other. Rich is committed to the finest of light to comprehensive automotive repairs with an accent on quality, performance and work guarantees. Not only are his prices reasonable, he takes the time to be available to the customer and answer any questions that arise.

Rich Domenici purchased this business, which is originally known as P&C Automotive or Phil and Cindy, as past principals. Rich hails from a vast experience spectrum of automotive expertise with experience in automotive maintenance and technical service. When he was employed by Merle Stone of Tulare, he ascended well in his career. He wore many hats at this facility. It was Rich’s aspiration to become an owner of his own business, so when he gave notice, he was offered more to stay. He declined. In our interview, he maintained a very positive and complementary position regarding his employment in the Merle Stone, but he knew he wanted to make it on his own.

He traveled to the west coast of California where he was employed by Trans-King of San Luis Obispo, California. He considered entering into a purchase agreement to own the franchise; however, the complexities during this experience were not acceptable, so he moved back to Visalia where he agreed to the purchase of the original P&C automotive firm. During the purchase process, the principals of Merle Stone offered him more incentives to be involved with their firm. He was already in escrow to purchase the present firm of which he now owns, so he again declined and moved forward to be where he is today.

He has maintained amicable employee and customer relationships over the years. The first time I used his services was during a coupon issue to friends and family a few years ago. I thought to give it a try and I have been here ever since for most of (and now all) my automotive needs. Again, because of his thoughtful, yet professional demeanor, I found a new acquaintance and friend who cares about others, as he does his own family and friends.

I certainly found out in my latest venture to obtain repairs to my vehicle that even the most public information sources were unable to properly diagnose. Being a tech guy and finding vehicles are now pretty much controlled with onboard computers, Rich and his team of technicians were very positive and responsive to my own assessments. Eric used the analyzer to obtain the error codes we were seeking. It was smooth sailing from there. We not only solved the problem, we discovered some avenues of vehicle maintenance to correct situations that would drain resources of customers pocketbooks at other facilities.

Not only did we solve present issues, Ronnie immediately noticed and pointed out some other things that required attention. I said yes to it all and Rich gave me an amicable quote in minutes. Today, I am here to say I have a vehicle I know is road-worthy and dependable.

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One who decides to utilize the services of P&C Automotive cannot only be assured of excellent, professional service, they can also be assured of reasonable and honest prices.

It is reassuring to know one is safe when starting a vehicle and embarking on a trip of any reasonable length with vehicles that are not new, but very dependable.

Thank you, P&C Automotive

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Happy days; an honest and efficient vehicle maintenance, repair, accessory facility!

Universal Digest

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DOWN TO EARTH is the best term for the video interview by Seriah of Where Did The Road Go? Radio with Richard Dolan and Peter Robbins on June 13, 2015.

Before we start, I would like to preface this article with a sincere request to the reader: If you are interested in UFO phenomena and ufology, you will enjoy and learn from this interview. If you sincerely want to gain a better understanding of UFO research and what it entails furthering your knowledge and possible, future participation, this is one video that, like a good book, you will not be able to put down until you have finished reading it. If you are not serious or is one who pays lip service to this area of research and would rather copy and paste information in social media or other venues, you may not want to read any further or see the video.

This video interview is 52 minutes of a non-stop question and answer format. I promise this is to be a most candid, honest, laid-back, unique and comprehensive viewing. It covers many of the current, historical, secretive, political, military, governmental and societal issues regarding UFO research, inclusive of abduction issues.

The purpose of the above brevity is out of respect for Richard, Peter, and Seriah who provided us with this informative interview. When Seriah responded to my request to write an article with a, “Absolutely, please share,” I was excited.

So, please take the time to enjoy the following YouTube video courtesy of Seriah of Where Did The Road Go? Radio:

Although, we at Universal Digest have multiple categories for a vast viewing audience, this author still conducts active research in UFO phenomena. This is a unique industry and is much smaller than many know. Those who are serious in their research are most welcome to make contact. I assure you, your passion and desire to find answers to so many questions in an honest approach does not go unnoticed. It is my honor to know these two gentlemen via social media and my respect for them continues to grow. Again, in viewing this video you will see what I mean how the humanistic and honest approaches by Richard Dolan and Peter Robbins can and do benefit this industry.

Hopefully, this article and its contents may help many to avoid the traps the hoaxers and fakers lay for the uniformed. The more one becomes educated in this field the more apparent the truth is.

Seriah Azkath’s radio shows and videos (YouTube) can be found at www.wheredidtheroadgo.com.

Comments are welcome and pertinent queries may be relayed.

Universal Digest

PS: As noted on social media: This interview provides a unique and candid view of ufology and UFO phenomena, past, present, and future. An honest focus on a realistic view of research and how it should be undertaken is discussed along with so many nuances in this field.


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