An employee sings a sales pitch to the music of “Everybody” by the Backstreet Boys. (Screenshot from Abbotsford Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Ltd. YouTube Channel)

Abbotsford’s Chrysler sales team gets creative with Backstreet Boys cover song

Two month old YouTube channel shows the dealership might be a fun place to work

The media team at Abbotsford’s Chrysler dealership are up to their shenanigans again.

In their latest video production, an employee sings a rendition of “Everybody” by the Backstreet Boys to promote the sale of the 2019 Dodge Ram.

This isn’t the first time the dealership’s employees have been seen having fun doing their job, their two month old YouTube channel has uploaded plenty of videos.

For instance, this video of an employee speaking with a questionable austrailian accent and hunting balloons in the sales lot of the dealership was posted a month ago.

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