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TRANSITION GUIDE


ple seek them out — and refer friends and fam- ily to them — because of their reputation for quality services. When Weaver first launched Mr. Transmis- sion, he also was selling cars full-time for six to eight months. He left that job to concentrate on the fran-


chise, and he started seeing higher profits. Quality work was ensured when he was onsite, working alongside his employees. “It took eight months to a year to turn a


profit. It became a difference between paying bills and making money. I put myself into the shop full-time, and it changed,” Weaver says.


And Vargas’ reputation for quality work has ‘We help


them out, and they write a good review


for us online.’ — Former Lt. Cmdr. Ed Vargas, USN


spread because he has been willing to help peo- ple with questions for free if they can solve a problem with an appliance themselves. “We’re proud that we get reviews from peo- ple, and we don’t even go to their house. We help them out, and they write a good review for us online. We’ve seen things like, ‘They care and listened to me.’ Little things like that — it warms your heart,” Vargas says.


Heidi Lynn Russell is a freelance writer from Kentucky. Her last article for Military Officer was “Addicted,” September 2017.


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Capt. Pat Cole, USN (Ret), MOAA Transition Services


To learn more about how MOAA’s Transition Services team can help you thrive in your post-military life, see page 59.


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