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A note from Livernois Motorsports regarding COVID-19
« on: March 25, 2020, 03:16:59 PM »
A note from Livernois Motorsports regarding COVID-19

We here at Livernois Motorsports and Engineering wanted to take a moment to give you an update on the effects of COVID-19. Livernois Motorsports and Engineering is deemed “essential” due to our processing of parts for the transportation and logistics industry. We will be open for business but please be patient as we may have limited time and staff during this period. The website is fully functional and we are here to assist over the phone. Our staff will not be giving walk throughs to new or existing customers unless on an approved appointment only basis. We will continue to monitor the daily changes and update you via social media as needed. We know this is a difficult time for everyone, rest assured we are here to continue to service all of your automotive needs. We are taking extra precautions companywide to ensure we are being extra diligent with cleaning, sanitizing, and hand washing as well as encouraging safe distances be kept at all times to help prevent the spread of germs, viruses, or other diseases.
Feel free to contact us via social media, email: info@livernoismotorsports.com or by phone: 1-(313)-551-5500. We appreciate your continued support during this challenging time. All orders will continue to be processed, fulfilled, and shipped during this time.


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