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Featured Recipe: Nichole's Mediterranean Pita Pockets

 

Diabetic Friendly!
(Serves 1)

This easy, delicious recipe is a go-to when Nichole’s daughter, who is Type 1 diabetic, is having several days of high blood sugars. It is very filling, but also friendly to her health needs. When her daughter was first diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes at the age of 9, Nichole was always looking for recipes that were tasty, but also good for her daughter. This recipe became one of her daughter…
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It's Time to Spring Clean Your Vehicle

 

April is National Car Care Month. We’ve compiled a list of cleaning tips to prepare your vehicle for the spring and summer driving adventures ahead. They’ll improve the safety and performance of your vehicle and save you money in the long run, too!



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Stressed? 7 At-Work Tips to Try

 
Stress is a normal part of life, so don’t let it overwhelm you. It’s easy to let stress about a personal matter or a business issue steer you off track, taking up valuable time and energy. So, it helps to have a few coping strategies to reset your mind when you're feeling overwhelmed.

Here are seven strategies for handling stress that take five minutes or less.
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Bringing Rockie's Dream to Life

 

Rockie had a vision. As the largest dealership facility of its kind in Tennessee, he wanted a unique feature to serve as a focal point in the showroom to match the grand scale…

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How to Choose the Right Motor Oil for Your Vehicle


The oil in your engine helps keep your vehicle running smoothly and serves three critical purposes. It lubricates critical engine components, draws heat away from the engine, and keeps it clean by capturing dirt and debris that would otherwise collect on the engine and its components. Over time, however, the oil gets too dirty to be effective.

When this happens, you’ll…

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How to Jump Start a Vehicle

 
If you’ve ever been stranded due to a faulty car battery, you probably had to rely on a good Samaritan to jump-start your car. It’s a good idea to always keep a set of jumper cables in your vehicle as part of a complete roadside emergency kit, for just such…
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Featured Recipe: Venison Chili

 

If hunting season has stocked your freezer with ground venison, try this hearty and delicious Venison Chili for a perfect winter warm-up. Don’t have venison? It’s also great with ground beef or ground turkey.

Prep Time:  15 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Total Time:  1 hour 30 minutes

Serves 8

Ingredients
2 Tbsp. olive oil
2 onions, chopped
1 green bell pepper, seeded and chopped
¼ cup chili powder
2 Tbsp. cumin…
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Five Tips to Prepare Your Vehicle for Winter Driving

By: Rockie Williams Premier


 

It’s easy to prepare your vehicle for safe winter driving with these five winter car care tips to keep your car running as temperatures drop. Do them as soon as you can so you’re prepared for whatever the winter weather brings.


1. Check/replace your battery…

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What to Include in Your Winter Car Emergency Kit

By: Rockie Williams Premier

  

Tennessee’s winter weather is often unpredictable. A sudden snow or ice storm could leave you stranded if you are not properly prepared. It’s important to keep a few essential emergency supplies in your vehicle, should the unexpected happen. Here’s what your car emergency kit should include:


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Christmas Toy Drop-Off at Rockie Williams Premier to Benefit Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital

 
Rockie Williams Premier in Mt. Juliet is proud to be an official Christmas Toy Drop Off location benefitting the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. We’ve teamed up with other metro Nashville, Tennessee FCA dealerships on a mission to collect and fill the back of Ram trucks with new and unwrapped toys that will be delivered to the Children's Hospital in Nashville.

We will be collecting toys beginning Saturday, December 1…

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