WATERTOWN — AAA had its grand opening of a new office on Outer Washington Street on Tuesday.
A few dozen people, made up of AAA staff, state police, local elected officials and community members came out to 19472 U.S. Rte. 11 on outer Washington Street, where the new office was opened.
AAA had an office next door that is now set to be dismantled as it moved into its new location. The dismantling of the old building will allow the Washington Summit complex to be more integrated and safe.
“We know they had other opportunities to go into the city or town or other offices, but they stuck with us,” said Michael E. Lundy, a local developer and landlord at the Washington Summit complex where AAA is. “They trusted us, and in today’s world that’s important.”
The new office will be even more efficient in providing customers with roadside and travel assistance, sales and insurance, said Tony Spada, AAA WCNY president and CEO.
John Johnson, who is on the AAA Board of Directors and helped coordinate the move, said he was pleased to see AAA’s recommitment to Watertown and the north country, and he stressed the helpfulness of AAA when it comes to traveling.
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