Supporting Local Businesses

Recently Kicking Horse Ford was looking for a local supplier for their stationary needs.

Recently Kicking Horse Ford was looking for a local supplier for their stationary needs.

After discussing prices and needs with DJ’s we very impressed and happy that Steve could match the big box stores just like their ad says!

We at Kicking Horse Ford employ a similar policy in the form of our “100% Price Match Guarantee.”

We always like give local businesses opportunities to quote on our supplies,  it helps strengthen the community overall.

In these uncertain economic times every dollar we can keep in the community means more jobs and stability.

We know that local businesses support the town through taxes as well as donating to service clubs and sports organizations to make Golden a better place to live ! Well done Steve and the staff at DJ’s


Dan Maisonneuve

Dealer Principal

Kicking Horse Ford Sales Ltd


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