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Steve Hahn’s Third Annual Trunk or Treat 2018!

By afrett | Posted in Uncategorized on Thursday, October 18th, 2018 at 10:08 PM

Whether you have no kids in your community or all kids, come down to Steve Hahn’s and get ready for some treating! You’re never too old for dressing up and indulging in some candy, right? On Halloween night we will be hosting our Third Annual Trunk or Treat event here on our lot! We will have more than 100 vendors, a haunted house, a food truck, live DJs, face painting, tons of candy and fun for the whole family!

Last year we had almost 9,000 people walk through our gates and enjoy the festivities! We are hoping for over 10,000 this year! We have a whole new layout, new attractions and much more! This is not possible without our community! This is THE SAFEST Halloween community event and the perfect one-stop-shop for all things Halloween in the Yakima Valley for the whole family! We would love to have each and every one of you there! From snickers to skittles, scary to cute, everyone is welcome! The event starts at 4 PM and ends at 7 PM! Everyone starts lining up early so be sure to give yourself plenty of time!


We are also always looking for more vendors to be a part of our event. If you or someone you know might want to be a part of the event and have a trunk present for your company or business or organization, give us a call at (509) 248-4700 and ask for Rennae or Allison! Or email us at to get more information or to sign up!





Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

By afrett | Posted in Uncategorized on Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 at 5:16 PM

September is mostly known for back to school and football, but what most people don’t know is that it is also childhood cancer awareness month.

Holley cook is a Local 5 year old in Yakima Wa. who was diagnosed with with A.L.L. Leukemia (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia). She enjoys spending time with her dad fishing and hunting, playing dress up with her sister (Hailey), and cuddling on the couch watching movies with her mom.

Since her diagnosis she has made great strides towards the road of recovery. She no longer has a feeding tube or a port for her Chemotherapy and Radiation therapy. She was able to go to Disney Land (Funded by the Make a Wish Foundation), as well as meet the Seattle Seahawks! She has been fighting for two years now but did have a relapse which she is currently fighting.41827752_544880782648667_5216059965050978304_n

She has recently been able to go back to school which is difficult for her since she still has to travel to Seattle Children’s Hospital for doctors appointments at least once a month depending on her health.




Holley enjoys helping people which is why with the help of her mom and KIMA News she is accepting donations of items to give to other children in the hospital where she gets treatment.

A wish list of items are listed on the KIMA link below.

If you would like to follow Holley’s Journey there will be a link to her Facebook page below.

History of Autumn

By afrett | Posted in Uncategorized on Monday, September 17th, 2018 at 7:43 PM

While much of North America simply calls the season fall (which, let’s be honest, is a bit on the nose), still another chunk of the English speaking world refers to the season between summer and winter as autumn. What gives?


The Etruscans gave the Romans the root autu- , which signified the ending of the year. The Romans being Romans, they took it for themselves, gave it a tweak, and declared the season was autumnus. Meanwhile, in Germanic languages outside of Roman influences, the word for harvest was used interchangeably for the act of harvest and the season. As Latin declined, Germanic languages began to influence more of Europe’s vocabulary. On top of this, people were starting to live in towns rather than on small scattered farms. For many in the centers of learning, harvest wasn’t a part of their experience and thus fall began to gain prominence. During the height of the term’s popularity in the 1600’s, English settlers brought the term over and influenced the way an entire continent noted the passing of the seasons.

Whether it’s autumn, fall, or harvest to you, the traditions in many cultures look strikingly similar. As days become chillier, and nights longer, people turn to bonfires, feasts, and comfort food to prep themselves for winter. No wonder than that so many the world over count autumn as their favorite season!

Have a Fun Fall, a Happy Harvest, and an Auspicious Autumn!

Dog Days, or, Why So Sirius?

By afrett | Posted in Uncategorized on Monday, August 6th, 2018 at 8:01 PM


When late summer hits, you begin to hear people talk about the ‘dog days of summer’. It’s used in commercials. You hear the phrase dropped by morning radio DJ’s. There even a popular song that references the saying! Everyone sort of knows it refers to a very hot part of the year (at least in the Northern Hemisphere), but what in the world are we referencing? Do dogs like this weather? Do they hate it? Is this even about dogs? As with many English idioms, the answer isn’t as straightforward as it sounds on the surface.

Let’s learn a little astronomy! In the stars that make up the constellation Canis Major, Sirius is the brightest. It also happens to be the brightest start visible from Earth. At least as far back as the Greeks, humans associated the time when Sirius would rise just before the sun as not just an indicator that the hottest part of the summer was coming, but also a harbinger of some catastrophic event. How did we lose that connotation and start picturing a tired dog on a porch?

Not only did the Scientific Revolution put a major dent on humans looking to the stars for guidance, but the phrase was translated from Latin about 500 years ago, well into the era dominated by the Catholic Church. It was almost a stillborn phrase, stripped of the meaning on arrival in modern times. So we humans did what we’ve always been best at: attributing new meaning to our changing reality! And most ironically,because the stars position in the sky slow shifts through the millenia, people are going to be talking about the dog days of summer when Sirius will actually be rising in the winter about 13,000 years from now!

Now you know! Enjoy the dog days while they last; winter isn’t as far away as you think!

Five Ways to Keep Your Car on the Road

By afrett | Posted in Uncategorized on Monday, July 2nd, 2018 at 5:57 PM

Summer is approaching, and most Americans will be hitting the road on a trip at some point while the weather is nice. Even if you just plan to cruise around town, follow these easy tips to ensure your car stays on the road and out of the shop!




1: Check Belts and Wipers

These pieces are easy to identify as fine or bad. If any rubber is cracked or looks horribly faded and brittle, just replace it before it breaks. An AC blower is one thing; a timing belt is quite another! While you’re at it, make sure your windshield fluid reservoir doesn’t have any cracks or leaks. There’s nothing as annoying as smearing something all over your windshield only to find out you have to stop at a gas station to clean up your mess.

2: Check Fluids!

This is possibly THE most important item you need to be aware of. Without lubrication, your engine and transmission will grind into a sold lump of metal. Oil is the only barrier between your pistons and the wall of the cylinder. In both your engine and your transmission (and certain 4WD systems) low oil levels will lead to undue wear and possibly overheating. Check in your owners manual for the specifics!

3: When In Doubt: Replace Your Spark Plugs

The spark plug is responsible for igniting the air/fuel mixture in the cylinder of your car’s engine. Weak or no spark can mean less power, worse mileage, and possibly misfires. They’re good for at least 30,000 usually, but if you can’t remember the last time you’ve changed them, the time is now. If you can work a ratchet and socket, you’ll feel like a real-life mechanic, even if you’re just playing one in your driveway.

4: Don’t Let Tires Get Tired

This is one of the easiest vehicle maintenance tasks! No excuses! Use the quarter trick to check tread life…..if the tread of your tire doesn’t reach Washington’s head when placed in between, it’s time to start shopping for new ones. A bald tire is a hydroplaning, braking, and cornering hazard. Also don’t forget to rotate! Your front tires will always wear faster on the outer edges because they’re handling steering duties. A reputable tire shop will be able to rotate and then balance each tire accordingly. If not done properly (or at all), you can damage your suspension with too much wobble.

5: Keep It Clean!!

Washing and detailing your car is the best thing you can do to keep your car looking and feeling new. This is even truer in places that get real winters. Snow and ice build up in the undercarriage can hold moisture right against exposed metal parts, leading to premature rust. Salted roads can exacerbate this issue. Additionally, a layer of dirt on your clear coat also invites premature oxidation. Left unchecked, and sometimes combined with rust from under the car, this can eat holes through body panels. Last: Who wants to look sloppy out in public? Keep your ride shining!


While there are many other simple maintenance tasks you could be tackling, these five are doable by drivers of any age with minimum effort. Have any more tips you’ve learned? Share them in the comments!

Car Camping Tips for the Northwest and Beyond

By afrett | Posted in Uncategorized on Friday, May 11th, 2018 at 10:07 PM


Skip Memorial Day!


Let’s clarify: Celebrate Memorial Day, but DON’T be one of the millions of people in America to be disappointed by car camping during a major holiday. When you DO go, here are some tips to make the most of your camping excursions this season.



1: Embrace Overpacking!

When backpacking, it helps to be mindful of how much weight you can shave off, and how much you DON’T cram into your pack. But if you’re bringing the family car, SUV, or van, the only limit is legroom! That extra blanket, air mattress, or cooler can turn your trip from “Let’s get out of here.” to “I wish we had another day!”.  If your current ride isn’t quite roomy enough, check out the VW Atlas, Kia Sorento, and Mercedes GLS.

2: Buck Convention!

What better time to finally read that novel? You might feel pressured to go hike, fish, or look for deer tracks, but it’s ok to just sit by the fire and find out what happens in the next chapter while listening to the wind in the pines. Are you more of an extrovert? Bring a board game that requires a large group and lots of free time! This is often hard to pull off in town, as we constantly have screens and sounds bombarding us on the daily. Use the isolation to your advantage and dig into some Risk, Settlers of Catan, pinochle, or even (if kids aren’t present) Cards Against Humanity!

3: Make GOOD Food!

Look, hot dogs and marshmallows are fine. I would argue they’re necessary for a classic camping outing. That said, bring a cast iron skillet, build in little rock burner for it in your fire pit, and do up some LEGIT food! With the right cooler setup, bacon is definitely an option. Go this route to be able to use the grease to sear zucchini, onion, asparagus, or any other veggie you’re a fan of, then toss with the chopped bacon! Just that with some salt and pepper and you’re already miles beyond mystery meat in a white bun. Want more inspiration? Check out these 10 Delicious Cast Iron Skillet Recipes !

4: Be Safe!

Even camping in a drive-up campground, here in the Pacific Northwest anything from a squirrel to a bear might decide to investigate all this good food. Make sure to have an overhead food storage system, a bear-proof food locker, or both. Speaking of which, always carry bear spray. Depending on your personal values, local wildlife, and local laws, a firearm could be a good tool for that ‘what if’ scenarios. Walkie-talkies, flares, firestarting kits, emergency blankets, and rain gear will also serve you well if things get dicey. Use the The Ten Essentials as your guide!

5: Leave No Trace!

This is usually the refrain of hikers, climbers, and backpackers, but it should apply to ANYONE who is out enjoying nature. Make sure to pack out all your garbage, completely eradicate your fire by burying and dousing it, and try to leave the campsite looking better than it did when you arrived. Find out more about Leave No Trace camping principles here.


Have any more camping tips? We’d love to hear them!

The VW Bus: Sophomore Smash

By afrett | Posted in Uncategorized on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018 at 4:00 PM


photo credit: Allen Watkin, Flickr

Bands, sports stars, and car brands are all susceptible to the sophomore slump. Can anyone but trivia nuts name Meatloaf’s second album? When’s the last time you thought about Rick Mirer? And let’s not forget, the Fox-body Mustang was a huge gamble that fortunately paid off for enthusiasts everywhere. The Mustang II moved units in spite of its lackluster performance and bland design.

There are, as always, grand exceptions to the rule.

If the Volkswagen Beetle is the company’s most recognizable car, the Type 2 (known as a Kombi, Microbus, or Transporter depending on geography) is a close runner-up. In 1947, Dutch importer Ben Pon drew up a first draft of a spacious, economical people and stuff mover based on the brand new VW Beetle. Engineers ran with it, and the Type 2 was born. It’s a triumphant piece of design. The basic look continued from 1950 to 1979. The original Type 2 was even produced as a NEW VEHICLE until 2013 in Brazil. After a wildly successful VW ad campaign by now legendary firm Doyle Dane Bornbach, counter-culture buyers transformed these pedestrian but cute utility boxes into something of their own social movement. Thanks in part to linking with Westphalia to make camper versions, the Microbus has become synonymous with hippie culture. Ever since, Volkswagen vans of all kinds have been sought after for those seeking to grab a piece of that sweet, sweet van life for themselves. While the Vanagons of the ’80’s and the Eurovans of the ’90’s have their own cult followings, nothing quite entered the American psyche like the original Type 2 Microbus.

Now, spurred on by the success of full electric cars like the Nissan Leaf, Chevrolet Volt, and the entire Tesla line, Volkswagen sees an opportunity to reintroduce some of that sophomore magic with the ID Buzz, an modern electric with its feet (tires?) planted firmly in the past. Set to launch in 2022, the next generation of tradesmen, adventurers, and dreamers will have a worthy mascot once more.

Take a look at the concept in action!


Photo credit: Volkswagen


Video: Fully Charged Show

Valentine’s Day: Fun vs. Forced

By afrett | Posted in Uncategorized on Tuesday, February 6th, 2018 at 8:53 PM


Val·en·tine’s Day
the Christian feast day of St. Valentine and the traditional day for sending a romantic card or gift, especially anonymously, to somebody you love. 

It all makes sense now! I don’t who else remembers this but in elementary school, the teachers would take a day prior to Valentines Day to have the class make cute folders, boxes or envelopes for the super fun and candy filled Valentines Day party. I remember you had a choice as to whether you’d address your cards to your classmate or remain anonymous and then walk around the class room putting one in each of your classmates handmade valentine holder. It was one of the most anticipated days of the school year. There was always one or two cards that were received that remained unknown as to who had a crush on who. Little did we know we were upholding a tradition that was centuries old.

Some people view February 14th as a retail holiday devised by marketers to sell flowers, candy and jewelry… and they have done a good job! The National Retail Federation says Americans will shell out $18.2 billion on the holiday. Even Valentine humbugs can find it in their hearts to have some fun by trying different ways to celebrate the day, whether you’re comfortably coupled or splendidly single, here are a few ideas…

Gather up other singles or take your Honey and go catch a movie! Don’t be disgruntled because you’re single, that day will come that you consult with a significant other about basic decisions so take advantage now! You’re free and clear to do as you please and still have a great time doing it with a group of friends.

Have dinner and great conversation with your group of peeps. It can be a sense of relief having no pressure to act a certain way to impress or the pressure of an awkward goodbye at the end of the evening.

Try new things! New recipes, desserts, restaurants, wineries ect… Be spontaneous and take a day trip to a place you or your spouse haven’t been to. Exploring the unknown is half of the adventure in a relationship. Start small and try something you normally wouldn’t. Even if it’s a disaster, it’ll make a memorable one!

Indulge yourself in a pampered evening. Whether it be a spa day or a bubble bath at home, make it count. You deserve it.

Spread kindness and love around, start an epidemic! Studies have shown that Kindness spreads, let it start with you. Give candy or cards to the people in your life, friends, family, co-workers or even your favorite barista.

These are things that everyone can enjoy, couples, singles or groups of besties.

And for those of us who aren’t alone on this “holiday”, it’s not about how much you spend on the one you love but more the gesture of kindness, love and appreciation. It’s a day to be creative in doing so. Think outside the heart shaped box of chocolates and the color red that coats the grocery stores. The meaning of love can be expressed in so many different ways without breaking the bank. Thank goodness for the internet because you can Google or Pinterest creative and inexpensive ideas that are sure to make your person feel important and loved. Some of the best gifts are the ones that cost the least but come from the heart. BUT chocolate is sort of a staple and chocolate dipped strawberries are pretty amazing too. They’re really easy to make and can be half the fun when making them together. There are so many ways to keep the romance alive in relationships and why not take advantage of a day that is set out to encourage just that. It’s all about taking time out to spend with the one you love and if you don’t have that person yet, maybe it’s a day love might find you!


From Steve Hahns Auto Group



10 Amazing Things Science Says Boosts Productivity

By afrett | Posted in Uncategorized on Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 at 11:55 PM

Who doesn’t wish there was more time in the day to accomplish more of what we need to get done? A lot of times we run off of coffee or energy drinks with the thinking that if we just had more energy, we could get more done. It’s simply not true. We enjoy the pick-me-up that caffeine gives but it doesn’t mean that our productivity has increased. We tend to go about it all wrong and end up potentially a little unorganized. Work Smarter, Not Harder right?! When you’re juggling 10 things at one time, it might become a little stressful so it’s best to prioritize, make a list, make sure you finish what you start and follow through. Sometimes easier said than done so that’s why there are these helpful tips and hints to help you work to your full potential.

  1. Puppies- Yes, really! A team of Japanese scientists has proven that looking at cute baby animals improves our dexterity and focus when performing tasks.
  2. Plants- Studies show that offices with greenery have more productive employees.
  3. The color Blue- Blue stimulates the brain, aiding concentration and clearing our minds or distracting thoughts. It even decreases your appetite.
  4. Happiness- Smile! Science shows that positive employees are 12%more productive than their unhappier counterparts.
  5. Music- Da-Dahhhh! Scientists have proved that music makes repetitive tasks less boring and also helps you focus.
  6. Dancing- Dancing pumps blood into the brain, improving your cognitive skills.
  7. Napping- Research shows that napping makes you a more productive worker by “resetting” your brain. Zzzzzzzz….
  8. Breaks- Employees who take regular breaks achieve more than their working-through-lunch peers. Time for that coffee!
  9. Chatting- Having a random conversation from time to time actually makes you a better worker. You don’t even have to discuss work matters.
  10. Shorter Work Hours- It might sound counter-intuitive, but the fewer hours you work, the more you get done. Hello six-hour day!

Interesting isn’t it? There’s a few things on this list I’m willing to try. Obviously not all of us sit at a desk to be able to stare at baby animals all day but naps are always doable! And what about incorporating the color blue into your work area and maybe some plants? Some of these just might work! Anyway, whatever helps get the job done right? I’m sure for most of us caffeine is somewhere in this equation. So have a conversation with a co-worker or customer or if you’re home, with the dog, take a quick nap or a quick break to dance and get your blood pumping! See what you can do to increase your productivity and have a successful day!


A Clean Car is a Happy Car!

By afrett | Posted in Uncategorized on Monday, January 15th, 2018 at 10:02 PM

When you’re spending your hard earned money on a vehicle, you want to maintain it and keep it in tip top shape with regular maintenance and oil changes. Nothing worse than putting money into something that is just slowly deteriorating. The mechanics are not the only thing to   worry about though.

Often times during the bad weather seasons, we think to ourselves, “I’ll wait till the weather clears up before I wash the car.” We feel like it’s a waste of money when it’s just going to get dirty so quickly. You’re spending anywhere between $12-$20 per wash just to catch the road grime as soon as you pull out of the car wash. Yes, it’s a vicious cycle and seems never ending but you don’t stop to think about the effects it has on your car’s paint, chrome, undercarriage and tires with all of that gunk resting on your investment.


The effects can be so damaging! The saying “A little dirt won’t hurt!” is absolutely not the case when it comes to your vehicle! Dirt build up can act like sandpaper, wearing down and weakening the paint. The dirt can also mix with rain and other pollutants, etching paint right off. Road salt, snow, and moisture can cause rust on a car, and once rust starts it’s hard to stop. Rust can show up anywhere – under the paint, under the car where there is bare metal, and in nooks and crannies that you didn’t even know existed. The undercarriage of the car is equally important if not more

than the main exterior because the snow and salt gets kicked up underneath and tends to stick and that’s where the corrosion starts. This rotting or corrosion can harm the car’s exhaust and muffler systems, coil springs and the frame of the car. Make sure that you visit a car wash that offers the undercarriage wash!

Don’t forget to keep your headlights clean as well. Using a rubbing compound to take away the foggy coating and make them clear again works wonders. It definitely makes them brighter while driving in the dark. Vehicles can also be taken to a collision shop prior to the winter season to have their vehicles pre-treated with an oil solution under-spray to help fight winter road salt damage. Also consider using a wax to help bead off the rain and snow.