Julie Chin here for Bob Hurley Buick/GMC. You know it was roughly 110 years ago that the first ever Buick car was ever sold- This is it the 1904 Model B. Buick has come a long way since then… and here's proof!read more
Tulsa news personality Julie Chin is taking the challenge. She is finding out what makes Bob Hurley Ford and Bob Hurley Buick and GMC dealerships different from anyone else. She will be writing a web log of her experiences in the complete line of Ford, Buick, and GMC vehicles. She’ll be driving
all of these vehicles and putting them through the paces… Follow her on this website as she documents her journey!
If you're like me, then you've been monitoring the weather report (and looking at the data) for over a week now. Our first real winter storm in two years is moving into Northeastern Oklahoma, and it makes sense to be ready. I can tell you firsthand that forecasting these types of storms is difficult. In part, that's because a wiggle in storm track can mean a huge difference in snowfall totals, and the temperature profile and depth of the cold air can also wreak havoc on precipitation type. I'd also say that winter weather is tough to forecast simply because we don't get a whole lot of it here in Oklahoma. Our meteorologists can track a tornado and a severe weather better then most in the country because we get so much practice tracking that kind of weather, where as snow, ice, sleet and freezing rain aren't quite as common for us. Whether tracking it, or just trying to safe safe in it, we could all use a few reminders when it comes to the white stuff. Here is some useful information, especially if you have to get out on the road the next few days from our friends at AAA Oklahoma:read more
Growing up our Church had something called an Angel Tree. The large Christmas tree was in the front of our sanctuary decked with tiny pieces of paper. Those paper pieces contained Christmas wishes from local children in need. Each year, my brother and I would pick a few wishes from the tree and then shop for the perfect gifts for our Angel Tree children. We put aside a portion of our allowance for a few months leading up to Christmas so we could afford to purchase those gifts with our own money. We loved shopping for the Angel Tree-- and were thrilled when we thought about the young boy or girl who would open the gift Christmas day. As a child who grew up blessed, my parents gave me the greatest gift each Christmas, byread more
Julie Chin here for Bob Hurley Buick/GMC. We’re coming to you from one of the most popular historic spots in downtown Tulsa-- Cain’s Ballroom. They say the dance floor is loaded with truck springs! It’s from this country concert hall with a rich past, that we introduce you to the truck of the future!read more
Bob Hurley and I had a great time visiting our friends at "Great Day Green Country" on FOX23 earlier this week. As always KC Lupp did an awesome job chatting with us about service. How important is it to service your ride? Does it cost more to take your vehicle to be serviced at a dealership? What do those lights that come on mean? Plus, Bob reveals a secret way to keep your tire pressure in great shape in the changing temps. You'll find the answers to those questions and more, in this shortread more
One of the things I love most about Tulsa is that it a community with a big heart. There seems to be more foundations, charitable events and non-profits here than anywhere else I've lived, and with that comes a big giving spirit. Of course all of these events are always looking for generous donors. So, when Bob Hurley was approached about a Live Auction donation for the Junior League of Tulsa's annual fundraiser, not only was he happy to help, but he had to come up with a unique item. Together, our team decided on aread more
The Bob Hurley Auto Family is so proud to team up with Ford and the Susan G. Komen Foundation again this year to take part in the Tulsa Race for the Cure--- and this year, our team was bigger than ever!read more
Hi I'm Julie Chin for Bob Hurley RV. Looking for your next home away from home? Have you considered a Chateau? This is a Thor Chateau 31A Class C Motorhome. This is a two slide motorhome, it is 31 feet long and it has one 1500 BTU air conditioner. Tina Campbell, sales manager at Bob Hurley RV says, "What I love about it is that you can drive to your destination and you don't have to worry about anything else. You don't have to unhook a trailer, you're just there and done!"read more
You know, the cartoon where you’re encouraged to (cue the catchy theme song)...“meet George Jetson, Jane (his wife), daughter Judy, his boy Elroy...”The show debuted in 1962 and was supposed to reflect a family who lived 100 years in the future in 2062. Amazingly the fantastic technology that a cartoonist only dreamed about then, is our current reality. The show featured moving sidewalks (have you been to the airport lately?), robotic housekeepers (hello Roomba!) and push button electronics (any and everything in your kitchen!) as things we could dream about in the future. What we know now is that technology has already been there and done that! I can’t help but think of "The Jetsons" as I reflect on the last 10 days test-driving a 2013 Ford Fusion Energi, my very first PLUG-IN hybrid! read more
Julie Chin here for Bob Hurley Ford—Love the look of the Fusion, but want higher fuel efficiency? Here’s a possible solution -- the 2013 Fusion Energi. A new powertrain sporting Fusion’s sleek styling with a high tech “green” touch--- it’s a hybrid you can plug in!read more
Thank you all so much for your very generous donations to our Bob Hurley Auto Family/Tulsa Project Reach School supply drive. It was a huge success and we had a blast distributing the supplies to the kids at Park Elementary schoolread more
Summer is winding down and a new school year is almost upon us, and once again this year Bob Hurley Auto Family is proud to team up with Project Reach Tulsa to make sure our local kids have the tools they need to learn. Now through August 22nd you can drop off school supplies at Bob Hurley Ford located at 745 West 51st Street (I-44 and the Arkansas River under the giant Oklahoma Flag.) The supplies will go to Park Elementary School and other West Tulsa Elementary schools. We are hoping to collect enough items for 325 students. School supplies needed include: Kleenex, Clorox Wipes, Paper Towels, Glue Sticks, Colored Pencils, Crayola Classic Color Markers, Index Cards, Blunt Edge Scissors, and Pointed Edge Scissors.
You can also donate online at www.ProjectReachTulsa.com, or mail checks to Project Reach-Tulsa P.O. Box 635 Jenks, Oklahoma 74037. Project Reach-Tulsa is a family operated, non-profit 501(c)3 organization providing relief to underprivileged children, families, single moms, and widows.read more