|08-31-2006 09:08 PM|
|4Jeepn||yeah auto responce, poor one at best. I wrote them once when the Rubicon came out.. letting them know the picture with the words rubicon inforation on it on the Jeep website was a YJ.. as the LEAF springs where clearing showing.. I was thanked and about 4 mos later the pic was changed...LOL gotta love corp people....|
|08-31-2006 08:08 PM|
|mrbigjeep||wow, he didn't even answer if the rumors were true...or i missed it|
|08-31-2006 07:28 PM|
Looks like a poorly writen Auto Responder.
There is some guy in Thialand named (Philp) whos boss is translating it for him now.
I bet they write back next week.
|08-31-2006 06:44 PM|
|Odhinn||Sounds like they didn't even read your email. Standard auto generated corperate blowoff letter maybe.|
|08-31-2006 06:27 PM|
Response from Jeep concerning Camp Jeep
Emailed Jeep customer service concerning the rumor of no more Camp Jeeps. My email read:
"New Wrangler owner, first Chrysler product ever owned, and attended Camp Jeep 2006. Awesome event and already plan to attend Camp Jeep 2007. Hope the rumor of no more Camp Jeeps is untrue. My Jeep loyalty tripled in one weekend. Please continue with Camp Jeep.
The response from Jeep read:
"We appreciate the time and effort you took to communicate your opinion about the Camp Jeep Event. Constructive criticism of the kind offered in your note is always a welcomed and important way of getting feedback. Rest assured that Camp Jeep Counselors are working vigorously on addressing all feedback and comments. We hope that your experience at this year's Camp Jeep event does not discourage you from attending future Camp Jeep events. Thank you for being a loyal Jeep enthusiast!"
Senior Staff Representative
Chrysler Group Customer Assistance Center
Do you think my email was read?