These guys are the BEST! My Salesman, Peter was very helpful and not pushy, made my experience so great and easy. 20/10 recommend them to anyone!
2015 Ford Mustang
Everything about my trip to Key West was great, Peter Olson, Wes Upton & Nicholas Terezakis were amazing to deal with. Super patient guys with a knack for customer service, never once did I feel like I was at a normal dealership, these guys made the car buying process super easy and not stressful.
My New Favourite Dealership!
My boyfriend and I were on the hunt for a new SUV, and we ended up being helped by Rob Vanoverschot. I was nervous about going to a dealership as I'd never purchased off of a lot before - and Rob made the process a breeze! He answered all of our questions and never made us feel pressured at all! We test drove about 6 different makes and models and fell in love with a 2019 Ford Escape. I would highly recommend Rob and Key West Ford, even the financing department and insurance department made this process enjoyable!
Not to mention they had the best prices around - and we came all the way out from Abbotsford!
Great Kai and jag were awesome
Great. Worked with my schedual, very helpful. Got back to me fast about all my questions. And even went out a got a keepsake i forgot in my grade in.
Michael and Monina
The most seamless car buying experience with Peter Olson!
It was an awesome experience from the time we walked on the dealer lot to the time we drove home our car. Super friendly Ivan, super helpful Gurj and super salesman Peter!
Erick was very friendly and personable and it was a pleasure to do business with him. I would recommend him and Key West if you’re looking for a vehicle.
Happy with the Flex
Patient and Kind
I was extremely happy with most of the folks I spoke with during my time at Key West. It took me 3 days of visiting the dealership to make sure I was making the right decision on the vehicle for my needs and my budget. All staff but one understood that this purchase wasn't an easy one to make within my budget. Peter Olsen, Michael Nokes and Robert Klaus really understood why I needed to take my time and research all my options. I appreciated their kindness and patience and didn't feel at all pressured into the sale.
Helpful and honest dealers. Car was well inspected and in advertised good condition. Overall the service was good and the sale was fair. Dean was great!
I saw an ad for a F350 at the lot. The truck was not on the lot due to construction. It took a day to get the truck so I could see it. I made a deal and drove it away that afternoon. Happy with the vehicle. Sales person was new to Key West and lacked knowledge of all the options on the truck.
INFINITI News For Seattle, Tacoma, And Bellevue Washington
Big news, Tacoma! INFINITI just stepped up and made a huge contribution to fight cancer.
Following the Coaches vs. Cancer Hardwood Heroes game we detailed in our previous update, the company made a $1 million donation to the American Cancer Society on behalf of their ongoing relationship and partnership with the NABC and the NCAA, and as a result of their “Timeout for the Win” campaign.
This year’s “Timeout for the Win” campaign allowed fans to go online and take to social media to vote for their favorite coach/university from among 48 NCAA® Division I men's basketball coaches. The top three coaches had a donation to the American Cancer Society made in their name as part of the $1 million overall contribution. The results were as follows: Iowa State University Cyclones head coach Steve Prohm nabbed first ($360,000); Bob Huggins of the West Virginia University Mountaineers received second ($150,000); and Ohio State Buckeye's head coach Chris Holtmann came in third ($90,000). This year’s event represents more than 10 years of INFINITI’s involvement.
It was a wonderful campaign for all involved! Give us a ring to learn more about it.
INFINITI is dedicated to helping defeat cancer in coordination with the NCAA and the American Cancer Society, and they again demonstrated this with their “Hardwood Heroes” game to kick off the 2019 Final Four.
Occurring at the U.S. Bank Stadium on the same floor the title game will be played on, two teams of cancer survivors, nurses, doctors, and researchers played a game, with each squad coached by a legendary NCAA coach—Jim Calhoun and Bo Ryan. Ryan was assisted by basketball analyst Doug Gottlieb, while Calhoun was assisted by Kyle Rudolph, tight end for the Minnesota Vikings. Team Ryan was comprised of Mike Thompson, Melissa Kovalesky, Chris Weight, Elizabeth Neil, Seth Haacke, Jonathan Benson, and Laura Sampson, while Team Calhoun consisted of Paul Nelson, Jacquelyn Harvey, Anne Barlow, Karli McGill, Karim Sadak, Derek Peterson, and Kyle Taylor.
Turner Sports was on hand to film the event, so if you’d like to watch the game or the practices that led up to it, you can catch clips online. The entirety of the game was first aired on Saturday, April 6 and can be seen again during the pre-game show prior to the Championship Game tomorrow.
We hyped up the “Timeout for the Win” (#TIMEOUTFTW) INFINITI and NCAA contest quite a bit—and for good reason, seeing as it was in support of cancer research—so in case you missed the announcement last week, we wanted to revisit the details behind the results of the fan vote.
Steve Prohm, men's basketball head coach of Iowa State University, won the #TIMEOUTFTW fan vote. As such, he’ll receive a $360,000 donation to the American Cancer Society in his name, courtesy of INFINITI.
"I want to thank INFINITI for their support of cancer research with the Timeout for the Win contest and I greatly appreciate Cyclone Nation for supporting me," said Steve Prohm, men's basketball head coach, Iowa State University. "I'm thrilled to be the winner, but most importantly thrilled to have the Iowa State University name attached to help fight cancer.”
The #TIMEOUTFTW initiative ran from January through March 11 and saw fans taking to social media and a dedicated website to cast their vote for their favorite coach/university during a designated timeout in participating regular season NCAA games. There were more than 48 coaches/universities to choose from. In total, INFINITI will be donating $1 million to fund cancer research.
Here’s how it goes. Fans have until the end of today to enter the contest by submitting a trick shot video of themselves on Instagram and Twitter by tagging @INFINITIUSA and using the hashtags #TIMEOUTFTW and #INFINITIContest. The winner will nab a trip for two to the 2019 Final Four in Minneapolis. Plus, the bonus is that all these efforts support INFINITI’s pledge of $1 million to Coaches vs. Cancer.
"The NABC is proud to partner once again with INFINITI in the Timeout for the Win campaign," said NABC Executive Director Jim Haney. "Through this collaboration, countless funds have been raised for the Coaches vs. Cancer program in the fight to defeat cancer.”
All submissions for this challenge must be made by 11:59 p.m. PST on Sunday, March 17 (again, that’s today)! The winner will be selected based on creativity, difficulty, and video quality. The runner-up will receive an autographed pro basketball jersey.
If you’ve been following the “Timeout for the Win” INFINITI contest, you’ll know it’s a campaign that ran during the college basketball season until March 11 that was designed around raising funds to defeat cancer. In total, INFINITI has committed $1 million dollars to the American Cancer Society in collaboration with the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), NCAA®, and ESPN, and now they’ve revealed the results of fan voting.
Steve Prohm, men's basketball head coach of Iowa State University, was selected as fans’ favorite college coach.
"I want to thank INFINITI for their support of cancer research with the Timeout for the Win contest and I greatly appreciate Cyclone Nation for supporting me," said Steve Prohm, men's basketball head coach, Iowa State University. "I'm thrilled to be the winner, but most importantly thrilled to have the Iowa State University name attached to help fight cancer."
A total of 48 NCAA men’s basketball coaches and universities participated in the #TimeoutfortheWin event, with UNC’s Roy Williams headlining the campaign. The other two winning coaches in the vote were Bob Huggins, head coach of the West Virginia University Mountaineers (2nd place) and Chris Holtmann of Ohio State University (third place).
There’s still a chance to take a #TIMEOUTFTW (Timeout for the Win) to beat cancer, Seattle- and Tacoma-area residents!
Here’s the deal: Now through tomorrow, March 11, INFINITI is teaming with the NCAA and the American Cancer Society to defeat cancer. Their #TIMEOUTFTW initiative lets fans vote online and via social media for their favorite coach/university pairing during a special timeout in each participating regular-season NCAA college basketball game. The winning coach will receive a $360,000 donation in his name to the American Cancer Society thanks to INFINITI. All told, one million dollars will be donated by the end of the campaign.
The #TIMEOUTFTW initiative features 48 schools and head basketball coaches, including Fran Dunphy, Temple University; Scott Drew, Baylor University; and Dan Hurley, the University of Connecticut. Headlining the campaign and starring in its ads are three-time national champion and nine-time Final Four coach, Roy Williams of the University of North Carolina. His Tar Heels have just capped off their ACC season as co-champions of the league, having won 14 of their last 15 games, and are primed for a 1-seed in the NCAA Tournament.
The INFINITI #TIMEOUTFTW (Timeout for the Win) contest is about to wrap up. Now through March 11, you can vote for your favorite coach and university during a selected timeout in participating regular season NCAA games. The winner (school and coach) of the campaign receives a $360,000 donation in their name by INFINITI to the American Cancer Society. Second place earns a $150,000 donation; third place gets $90,000. All told, one million dollars will be donated.
There are a wealth of schools and coaches to choose from. Sports fans can select from among 48 participating in the 2019 campaign. The contest is headlined overall by three-time national champion, Roy Williams, of the University of North Carolina. Williams should be a fixture in this postseason as his Tar Heels are hot off an Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championship and are positioning themselves as an NCAA Tournament #1 seed. You can see Roy and school mascot, Rameses, above.
Want to win a trip to the 2019 Final Four? Now’s your chance thanks to INFINITI!
INFINITI is teaming with the NCAA for their "TimeoutFTW One in a Million” challenge. This gives fans a chance to show off their best basketball trick shot in support of Coaches vs. Cancer and the combined efforts of those both inside and outside of the medical community to defeat the terrible disease. Anyone is eligible to participate; fans need only post their trick shot to Twitter or Instagram by tagging @INFINITIUSA and using the hashtags #TIMEOUTFTW and #INFINITIContest.
All submissions to the “One In a Million” trick shot challenge must be made by 11:59 p.m. PST on Sunday, March 17. The winner will be selected by Creative Zing Promotion Group; all shots will be judged on difficulty, creativity, and video quality. The absolute best earns the grand prize—a trip for two to the 2019 Final Four in Minneapolis on April 6th through the 8th. There will also be a runner-up selected via a head-to-head, tournament-style Instagram vote among eight other chosen videos. The winner of that earns an autographed pro basketball jersey.
Let’s team up and beat cancer together, Seattle- and Tacoma-area residents!
Now through March 11 in participating NCAA regular season college basketball games, you can help fight cancer by taking a #TIMEOUTFTW (Timeout for the Win). When you’re prompted during the telecast, you can go on social media or the main campaign website to vote for your favorite coach and university from among the 48 participating in this year’s campaign. There’s a lot on the line—$1 million for cancer research, in fact!
Here’s how it breaks down: The top three university/coach vote-receivers in the poll will receive a donation in their name to the American Cancer Society courtesy of INFINITI. The first-place coach receives a $360,000 donation; second place $150,000; and third place $90,000. There will also be an additional, general donation to the tune of $400,000. Roy Williams, the head coach of the University of North Carolina, headlines the event.
Call us at INFINITI of Tacoma to learn more! Also, take this opportunity to consider our limited-time lease special on a 2019 QX50 LUXE AWD for only $419 a month!
Ready to send cancer packing, Tacoma-area residents? Wonderful! We’re stoked to be teaming with the rest of the INFINITI family, the NCAA, and the American Cancer Society to help fund research to defeat this disease. Now through March 11, we’ll be participating in the #TIMEOUTFTW (Timeout for the Win) initiative.
The INFINITI #TIMEOUTFTW (Timeout for the Win) campaign will be featured during one select timeout of each eligible college basketball game during the regular season. Fans will be encouraged to vote on the dedicated website or via social media to signal the fandom of their preferred coach/university. The top three vote-getters will receive donations made to the American Cancer Society in their name courtesy of INFINITI. All told, one million dollars will be charitably given by the end of the campaign.
There are 48 participating coaches/universities, including Dan Hurley, the University of Connecticut; Scott Drew, Baylor University; and Fran Dunphy, Temple University. This year, the effort is headlined by three-time national champion and all-around-good-guy, Roy Williams, head coach of the six-time NCAA champion University of North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team. You can see Coach Williams and university mascot, Rameses, repping the campaign above.
Call us now to discuss the details behind this very special event! Also, consider setting up a test drive of the new 2019 QX60 PURE AWD, which can be leased for a limited time for $429.