Lincoln Black Label Benefits

Lincoln Black Label Benefits

Lincoln Black Label is like James Bond – ready, willing, and excellent at what it does. Once you become a member of Lincoln Black Label, you’ll enjoy all the wonderful and exclusive benefits. From hands-on assistance to vehicle care, there are plenty of reasons to buy a Lincoln Black Label vehicle.

From beginning to end, there will be a Black Label liaison at your service. They’ll answer any questions, take care of any requests, and work out any problem you may encounter. Overall, the entire process will be easy and simple so you don’t have to stress.

Keeping your vehicle clean and cared for is important, and that’s why Lincoln Black Label is ready for you. You can get a complimentary car wash at any time and annual detailing is available for your convenience.

As you’d expect from such an exquisite service, Lincoln Black Label is willing to deliver. If you live within 30 miles of a participating Lincoln Black Label dealership, you can have your car delivered to you.

Possibly best of all, being a Lincoln Black Label member gives you access to the Culinary Collection. With a list of restaurants with the best-of-the-best chefs, you can get an at-your-service dining experience anytime. To kick off your Lincoln Black Label membership, you’ll enjoy a complimentary dinner for two at any of the Culinary Collection restaurants.

Trick-or-Treat Safety Tips

Trick-or-Treat Safety Tips

This year’s holiday season will be kicking off in just a few weeks with ghosts and ghouls wandering the streets in search of goodies. Halloween is right around the corner which means it’s time to get costumes, routes, and candy in order. Having a safe night is more important than a bag full of candy. Here at Mountaineer Lincoln, we have a few trick-or-treat safety tips to make every parent’s life easier this Halloween!

  • Driving – Check your area’s local trick-or-treat hours and avoid driving if possible. If not, minimize distractions by turning off the radio, putting the smartphone away, and keep your lights on at all times. Doing so could prevent an accidental collision with a child.
  • Costumes – Make sure your child’s costume fits well enough that they aren’t going to trip, overheat, or be too cold on trick-or-treat night. Attach a glow stick to their costume to ensure you can spot them from a distance among a crowd of children. The last thing any parent wants is an injured or missing child, after all.
  • Routes – An adult should accompany children under the age of 12 while those over the age of 13 should stick to familiar, well-lit areas. Parents and supervisors should plan their route ahead of time to avoid any lost children and maximize candy collection.