My Valley Buick/GMC Story

I came to Valley Buick GMC in Hastings as a reluctant service customer. I had always used local shops for tires and service work. My Buick Rendezvous needed service work that was only available to dealers. I tried nearly a dozen other options prior to my visit to Valley. They were incredible, they needed to keep my car overnight and provided me with a loaner. (Free)

My car needed to have the rear all wheel drive mechanisms replaced. This was going to take about one week with the ordering of parts and then replacement. Again they provided me with a free loaner. My Rendezvous now fixed and cleaned up made me realize I had a new place for all my cars to be serviced.

A few years passed and as a very satisfied service customer it was time to buy a new car. My wife was certainly due for one and she traveled a lot then. We chose a Buick Enclave. Three weeks later I purchased another vehicle a Pre-Owned Silverado. A few weeks passed and I received a call from Justin the business manager. He offered me a position with their company.

I am now in my 5th year at Valley. I get to assist shoppers achieve their transportation needs. Just remember if you forget my name to ask for the bald guy.

Take a look at the reasons why you should go with me when buying your next vehicle!

Works for your best interest

Karl knows he does not always have the right answer for your needs, but he will steer you in the right direction
Comprehensive training on your new purchase with continuous education
The dealership has an unprecedented service shop that was voted best by the consumers that use them

Banking is done on site with about 20 different banks and credit unions

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“Sales person, Karl, was fantastic. We went on a couple test drives and he took us on some good roads to test the handling of the vehicle. He also was not pressuring us to buy. And when we did, he quickly gave us a great deal with zero haggling. That’s why we keep going back to this dealership. Only concern was the length of time at the dealership. There is no need to drag on the final purchase for 4 hours. That is a ridiculous amount of time.”

Jeff P.

Serving Hastings and the Surrounding Areas


Hastings | Prescott | Cottage Grove | Vermillion | St Paul Park | Coates | Afton | New Trier | Rosemount | Apple Valley

Twin Cities, St Paul, Minneapolis, MN

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2 months ago

Karl Bollfrass

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It may not be from Hallmark, but it stands out to me.

4 months ago

Karl Bollfrass

Taking a Risk....

Bull's eye every time? You must be too close to the target.

If you do not fail now and again it's a sign your not doing anything innovative. Everyone has a "risk muscle". You keep it in shape by trying new things. If you don't try new thinks your risk muscle atrophies and you are no longer able to take chances.

How do you exercise your "risk muscle"?
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If there’s no risk involved, I’m usually not very interested 🤷🏻‍♂️

4 months ago

Karl Bollfrass

To fight a bull when your not scared is nothing. To not fight a bull when you are scared is nothing.

But, to fight a bull when you are scared- now that is something.

What gives you courage to act on your ideas?
...a well thought plan
...Faith in the idea
...Past success

So what puts your ideas in motion?
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Looking fear in the face and saying, "I see you. I hear you. You're not my boss!"

4 months ago

Karl Bollfrass

For many people, the ultimate inspiration is the deadline. That's when all the excuses are put away and you get down to business What is your motivation?

What do you want and when do you want to have it by?
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4 months ago

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