Here's one way to win future customers: Have them born in the dealership.
#1 Cochran Nissan of South Hills in suburban Pittsburgh has one couple's loyalties after their daughter was born Jan. 2 in the dealership's service department bathroom.
Amanda and Adam Sherman were visiting the dealership to get the oil changed in their Nissan Titan when Amanda excused herself to use the restroom, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Three minutes later, she delivered a healthy baby girl in the bathroom stall.
Heather Lynn, 7 pounds, 12 ounces, arrived with hardly any pain or contractions, her mother told the newspaper. Following 911's instructions, Adam Sherman tied off the baby's umbilical cord with his shoelace.
The story was all over the local news and even made ABC's "America This Morning." #1 Cochran, an 18-store dealership group in western Pennsylvania, is planning to send the family a $100 American Express gift card and an Omaha Steaks dinner. The dealership staff no doubt will see the family more in the future.
"I'm definitely going to buy another car there," Adam Sherman told ABC. "I know that for a fact."