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It was New Years Eve Day about 3:30 in the afternoon, I had a little time to kill before the evening fun was to begin. I currently have a Ford Fusion that I love 8 months out of the year-but I do not like it in the winter in SD. So I decided to stop in at Subaru and test drive an SUV. I had no idea by 5:30 that night I would be buying a Subaru Legacy!! :-) I told Andrew (the amazing sales guy) my story and what I was looking for (I thought) he had me sit in a Legacy that was in the showroom - asked me what color I liked, the next thing I new we were out for a test drive and needless to say I was SOLD!! I LOVE the way the Legacy AWD handles on the snow and ice - I now have a new confidence in driving in SD weather. The different programs that Subaru offers are amazing. I truly feel that my children and I are protected and loved by our new Subaru family! Thank you Andrew for EVERYTHING!! It was the best test drive-car buying experience!
On Monday, October 31st, 2016, I came to work devastated. My dog (Axel) had run away the night before and I didn’t have any luck finding him after walking my neighborhood for hours. I wasn’t sure how I was going to make it through the work day. My owner (Michael Schulte) came up to me after I had arrived to work to wish me a Happy Halloween. He noticed immediately that something was wrong and asked me what had happened. I explained to him with tears running down my face that my dog had run away the night before. He immediately, with no hesitation decided to take matters into his own hands. He put together a crew of 10 employees, including myself, to leave work and walk my neighborhood with lost posters for hours to help rescue Axel! He not only went door to door in my neighborhood, but called the director of the Humane Society to see if Axel had been picked up by animal control. We searched for Axel a good portion of the morning with no luck. Mike told me to stay home, with pay, in case Axel wondered home. Luckily, at 12pm, I got a call saying Axel was in fact picked up by animal control and was waiting for me to come get him. Mike, along with the other employees who helped went above and beyond that day to help me. I am so incredibly lucky and grateful to work for such and amazing company, and owner. I will never forget how much everyone rallied together to help me. We are one big family here and it’s an amazing place to work!
Schulte Subaru of Sioux Falls is by far, one of the most benevolent members of the community of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. For our animal shelter, The Sioux Falls Area Humane Society, there is nothing more exciting than to work with the owners and staff of the dealership. They CARE, they SHOW it, and we (and all of our animals) are the luckiest people and fur kids because of their help. We consider them our FRIENDS.. not only do the personally adopt pets, and help them, they go above and beyond to help area pets with medical care, adoption fees, finding new homes, and being a part of many of our special events. We are truly blessed to have Mike and Julie Schulte, and their staff (who are also community driven) as our friends. We appreciate their class and professionalism, and cannot think of a group more worthy of company recognition. Thank you Subaru of Sioux Falls, South Dakota!!! WE LOVE YOU!
Two young vandals were caught on surveillance camera taking video of themselves as they jumped from car to car at Subaru of Sioux Falls. When Mike Schulte found out that this impulsive stunt added up to $40,000 in damage, he decided instead of filing charges, to take a different approach. Schulte, the parent of a teenage son himself, felt the right thing to do was to try to help the boys, ages 10 and 14."What was going through my mind, is what if this is the moment in the life, especially the older one, if we press charges and he goes into the system and has a record--what if he decides to do some other bad things and it just spirals," Schulte said. So instead of filing charges, the 10 year old was turned over to his parents and Schulte met with the older boy and his mother. He hadn't been in trouble before, but he and his disabled mother were struggling, living in poor conditions. He also walked more than three miles to school and back each day. "The first thing we did was we bought a bus pass for him and we actually went and got a bike for him, so he wouldn't have to walk to school anymore," Schulte said. Schulte and his staff also helped him and his mother move to a better rental home and offered the boy a job on Saturdays washing cars. A portion of the boy's hourly wage is going toward the damage. Highlight and right click the following link to see the interview: http://www.keloland.com/newsdetail.cfm/vandals-video-themselves-at-car-lot/?id=186218