Auto Intensive Care provides quality car care in Savannah, GA. We are a family owned business delivering honest and professional automotive repair and auto maintenance services to the people of Savannah and surrounding areas. The quality ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified technicians at Auto Intensive Care employ today’s latest automotive technology and are equipped to handle all major and minor repairs on foreign and domestic vehicles.
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We were awarded the Diane Wahrman Torch Award for market place excellence from our local BBB
MEET THE OWNERS:
Mike Thompson is the Founder and Owner of Auto Intensive Care. Mike grew up in Savannah, Ga but was actually born in Honolulu, on the islands of Hawaii. He went to Sol C. Johnson High School and currently resides in Wilmington Park on beautiful Wilmington Island. Mike started his career with Volvo of Savannah before branching into his own auto repair business in 1997. During his 19 years in business, Mike has won many community accolades, including being awarded: The Market Place Excellence Award from the Better Business Bureau. This was no surprise since he offers the best customer service around. He is the past President of the Local Automotive Service Association and is a member of Buy Local Savannah, Small Business Chamber of Savannah, the Greater Savannah Coalition on Aging, and Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce. Mike attends Islands Assembly of God Church and volunteers for many organizations in the community. Although Mike takes great pride in his business he is the proudest of marrying his wife of 21 years, Michele Thompson. Together they have four beautiful daughters, Alison, Megan, Sarah, and Grace, as well as two grandbabies, Ben and Julia, and a Golden Retriever, Theo. When Mike is not working, he can most likely be found playing golf or watching his daughters play soccer. More than likely he will be hiding with his family eating fresh pizza! Try not to tempt Mike with the Hot sign at Krispy Kreme because his secret pleasure happens to be doughnuts, thus making Mike a true Southerner!
Michele Thompson, the Co-Owner of Auto Intensive Care was born in Rocky Mount, North Carolina before moving to Savannah, GA. Michele attended Sol. C. Johnson High School and Armstrong Atlantic State University. She has worked for her family-owned business: Spectrum Printing and Marketing in sales for 27 years and is now the proud owner of this second generation local business. Michele is a past President of the Buy Local Savannah business nonprofit organization. Her professional memberships also include: Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce, Savannah Downtown Business Association(SDBA) South of Derenne Association (SODA), Small Business Chamber ( SBC) the Tourism Leadership Council(TLC,) Stiletto Society, and Momentum Builders. Michele is involved in many local charities including raising funds for the American Diabetes Association for the Kiss-A-Pig campaign. She was awarded “The Savannah Top 40 under 40 “ in recognition of her community service. This year Michele was also rewarded “2016 Buy Local Savannah Business of the Year ” by the Buy Local Savannah organization which consists of 100+ locally owned and operated businesses. Michele now resides in Wilmington Park, Wilmington Island with her husband of 21 years and their Golden Retriever, Theo and cat, Jack. She is extremely proud of their four daughters, Alison, Megan, Sarah, and Grace and two grandbabies, Ben and Julia. When Michele is not volunteering for some great community event she can be found eating Fritos while watching Pretty Women, probably on a beach somewhere. Michele enjoys travelling and recently celebrated her 21st anniversary with a visit to NYC. For her next big adventure, she is hoping to visit Ireland. Michele attends Islands Assembly of God and happens to be an avid scrap booker with an entire room dedicated to her hobby. She admires her father, Jim Bulluck, more than anyone. She feels he instilled the strong work ethic she carries on as well as a sense of a strong community to help their business grow.