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    News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by Windy on Tue Feb 03, 2009 5:12 am

    19.01.09

    On the 8th January 2009 NAC MG UK Ltd changed its name to MG Motor UK Ltd.

    The change was made to reinforce the presence and image of the MG brand within the parent company’s name. It is anticipated that the new name will help strengthen the company’s reputation and re-emergence in the market by emphasising the already well known MG brand.

    Everything else within the business remains unchanged but communications tools including the web address will, with immediate effect, change to www.mgmotor.co.uk. Company email addresses will now be in the format forename.surname@mgmotor.co.uk. Links to existing addresses will remain active until 1st March 2009.

    Reference: http://www.mgmotor.co.uk/news-events/news/nac-mg-uk-ltd-changes-its-name-to-mg-motor-uk-ltd/


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    Post by Perkins on Fri Feb 06, 2009 12:59 pm

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    MG Men Behind the Scenes 4

    06.02.09




    I have been in the motor industry for the past thirty years and over half
    of that time has been spent working at Longbridge. I used to work on
    the production line and was part of the team that looked at methods of
    building the Mini Cooper and Rover 75, which I helped train people to
    build. I carried on working at MG Rover until the sad day it closed and
    thought I would never return. So when I received a phone call
    from HR asking me to come back and work for MG in 2005, I was
    absolutely delighted and could not turn down such a wonderful
    opportunity. I have now been back at MG for three years and have really
    enjoyed seeing the return of the MG TF in the UK. I am back as
    an Assembly Technician and have also been responsible for the
    preparation and maintenance of press vehicles so that they are in
    perfect condition for media test drives. The media interest in the MGTF
    LE500, across the UK, has been excellent and I am very busy making sure
    that these cars are delivered on time and to a high standard. I was one
    of the people responsible for building the first of the new MG TFs. A
    highlight of my time being back at MG was in 2006 when I was asked to
    go over to China and help with vehicle build and processes. I really
    enjoyed using my knowledge and experience to help in such a huge
    project. Another highlight, which was quite emotional, was the
    day the first transporter, in over three years, left Longbridge with
    the new MGTF LE500s on board travelling to dealerships across the UK.
    This was an historic moment and one that I will always remember. Many
    people thought that MG would never make a come back and this showed
    that MG was officially back. All of the production staff came outside
    to watch the cars leave through Q Gate. Local and National media were
    also there capturing the moment. I am looking forward to the
    prospect of working on new, future models and being part of this. It
    will be great to see the brand move forward.









    Source : MG Motor. co.UK
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    Post by dentricrio on Fri Feb 13, 2009 3:16 am

    Good to hear from an employee, makes it all more real that maybe there will be something other than the TF made at Longbridge.
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by Perkins on Fri Feb 13, 2009 6:49 am

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    Get your ‘09 Plate MGTF LE500 from March 1st 2009

    13.02.09




    From 1st March 2009 MG dealers across the UK will be selling the new ’09 plate MGTF LE500s. The
    LE500 comes in a range of six new colours with a body colour matched
    hard top as standard. The hard top benefits from a glass rear window
    which means winter motoring is much more comfortable, whilst
    maintaining the flexibility of enjoying the soft top in summer. The
    interior in luxurious piano black trim, leather upholstery and chrome
    detail give the cabin a sporty and contemporary feel. MG has worked
    hard to maintain levels of comfort and finish that will make the new MG
    appeal to the widest spectrum of drivers. Between the seats is
    the unique 500 LE badging, a detail that completes a highly specified,
    exclusive but most of all fundamentally MG interior. The only
    mid-engined, rear wheel drive sports car in its class, the LE 500 is
    engineered to deliver a thoroughbred British sports car driving
    experience and comes equipped with the coverted N series engine. This
    EU4 compliant 1.8 litre 135 bhp power pack will push the LE500 from
    0-60 in 8.3 seconds and give it a top speed of 127mph//205km/h. Stephen
    Cox, Sales and Franchising Manager for MG Motor UK Ltd says “we have
    already seen the improvement in showroom traffic and the number of
    demonstrations made, as potential customers start thinking about the
    warmer weather, excitement of roof down motoring and investment in
    something tangible, rather than to stare at ever-diminishing returns
    from their savings." To find your nearest dealer please click here.
    Source : MG Motor UK
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    Post by Perkins on Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:07 pm


    Source : austinmemories.com
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by skyblueads on Tue Feb 17, 2009 3:46 am

    Looks good. cheers
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by Windy on Tue Feb 17, 2009 3:53 am

    Indeed, I've added it to our gallery. Cool

    If you read it as two columns then it starts with the name of this website Wink
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    Post by richardk on Tue Feb 17, 2009 9:45 am

    Very neat indeed
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by patpending on Wed Feb 18, 2009 2:51 am

    Windy wrote:Indeed, I've added it to our gallery. Cool

    If you read it as two columns then it starts with the name of this website Wink
    and on the sticky http://www.mguk.org/company-f4/nanjing-automobile-corporation-uk-ltd-and-mg-motor-uk-ltd-t39.htm (which is made as a sticky so you can't reply to it) we read:


    According to a 17th February 2009 news item
    on the Nanjing Automobile Corporation China web site, the name MG Motor
    UK Ltd is shortened to “MG UK” for translation to Chinese, a fact
    reflected on the totem pole outside the Longbridge factory when read in
    the traditional Chinese way of top to bottom first followed by right to
    left:

    So we're MG UK too!
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    Post by dentricrio on Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:56 am

    Looks much better!
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by Perkins on Fri Feb 20, 2009 4:55 am

    News




    Victor Wood MG Grand Opening of Refurbished Showroom

    20.02.09





    Victor
    Wood, Lincolnshire’s MG dealer sees the grand opening of its newly
    refurbished, state-of-the-art showroom on 21st February 2009 with a
    celebratory launch party. Over £150,000 was invested into this
    impressive make-over. Work on the 22-year old showroom started on 17th
    January and was completed by 10th February. The ground floor offices
    have now moved to a mezzanine level creating more space in the
    showroom, which is much improved and has a completely new and fresh
    interior. Gary Hagen, MG Sales and Marketing Director said
    "Victor Wood has invested a lot of time, money and effort into
    revamping their dealership. Customers can now enjoy the spacious and
    modern showroom, whilst viewing the MG TF LE500"Pat Oldham,
    Dealer Principal, Victor Wood, said: “We’ve always had a strong
    commitment to Customer Service here at Victor Wood MG, and are very
    pleased our showroom strengthens our offering. The new MG TF LE500 has
    been attracting a lot of interest, and we anticipate even more interest
    after this weekend as buyers look to order their new MG for the ’09
    number plate in March. The new-look dealership is really impressive and
    we are sure our existing customers, and potential new customers, will
    love it.” Victor Wood MGTelephone:01476 566 110Address: Victor Wood Group Spittlegate Level GranthamLincsNG31 7UH Click here for Victor Wood MG's Dealear Microsite
    Source : MG Motors UK Ltd
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by DougN on Fri Feb 20, 2009 6:12 am

    Perkins wrote:


    Victor Wood MGTelephone:01476 566 110Address: Victor Wood Group Spittlegate Level GranthamLincsNG31 7UH Click here for Victor Wood MG's Dealear Microsite
    Source : MG Motors UK Ltd

    That was a Honda dealership, we bought an HR-V there back in 2003.
    Have they changed to an MG dealership?
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by patpending on Fri Feb 20, 2009 7:05 am

    DougN wrote:
    Perkins wrote:


    Victor Wood MGTelephone:01476 566 110Address: Victor Wood Group Spittlegate Level GranthamLincsNG31 7UH Click here for Victor Wood MG's Dealear Microsite
    Source : MG Motors UK Ltd

    That was a Honda dealership, we bought an HR-V there back in 2003.
    Have they changed to an MG dealership?
    well, now they say they are MG and Kia...

    http://www.victorwood.co.uk/about.asp

    Victor Wood of Grantham is a family-owned dealership which has served the motorists of the Grantham area since 1986.
    The
    business was set up in 1949 and since then has operated motor
    dealerships in Oakham, Rutland and Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire in
    addition to the Grantham site.
    The company acquired the Kia
    franchise for its Oakham premises in 1995, transferring it to the
    Grantham location in 2004, where it now complements the newly-acquired
    MG franchise.
    As well as offering the exciting new MG TF
    LE500 sports car and the comprehensive range of cars, people carriers
    and 4x4s from Kia, we provide a full range of dealership facilities,
    including all-makes used cars, servicing and repairs, MOTs, parts and
    accessories, and valeting. We are also Motability specialists.
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    Post by skyblueads on Fri Feb 20, 2009 7:42 am

    That's a dreadful promo shot of the LE, does the car no favours at all IMO.
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by Perkins on Wed Feb 25, 2009 10:09 am

    News




    MG Men Behind the Scenes 5

    25.02.09







    Emma Freeman Vehicle Order Control and Outbound Logistics Co-ordinator

    It’s been a busy and exciting period at MG with the re-launch of the new MG
    TF LE500 Sports Car. It was an amazing sight last September to witness
    the first vehicle transporters to leave Longbridge in over 3 years.
    Knowing that I was the one responsible for arranging the transport was
    even more of a joy. So what is my job at MG Motor? Well, my
    full job title is Vehicle Order Control and Outbound Logistics
    Co-ordinator. Basically I oversee the initial vehicle order process
    through our dealer network and manage the vehicle despatch operation.
    Ultimately my main objective is ensuring that the right vehicles get to
    the right dealers in time for customer hand over. I am also heavily
    involved in updating various sales orders and despatch reports as well
    as managing the sales stock of vehicles prior to despatch. I
    have been employed at MG Motor since March 2007. I work within the
    Sales and Marketing Department but spend most my time these days out
    and about onsite with transporters. It’s been an exciting journey so
    far and it has been amazing to see the company grow over the last 2
    years to what it is today; it’s a pleasure to be part of it. So
    what is scheduled for the rest of the day? Well, every morning I have a
    dozen emails to answer and of course I need to update the despatch and
    vehicle order reports. Secondly, I plan on contacting our dealers to
    obtain their vehicle delivery requirements for the rest of the month.
    Once I have the sales requirement Ill go ahead and create a despatch
    plan which I will forward to our logistic provider. I then plan to
    prepare the vehicles prior to despatch… On that note, I’ll get back to it…..

    Source : MG Motor UK Ltd
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    Post by Windy on Wed Feb 25, 2009 10:26 am

    "Men behind the scenes" Shocked

    They should have modified that title! What a Face


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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by patpending on Wed Feb 25, 2009 3:11 pm

    are those pink stickers dealers? whatever they are, there's a pink sticker on the Isle of Man.

    Evidently EF, like E de la H, has to get on at MG by being the better man. But when she says

    It was an amazing sight last September to witness the first vehicle transporters to leave Longbridge in over 3 years.
    am I the only one imagining her waving the drivers goodbye, turning round to see the shiny LE500s behind her, going "um...d'oh" and running out of the gate in her high heels frantically waving at them to come back?

    *looks for indent form for getcoat smiley* Laughing
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    Post by DillTheDog on Sat Feb 28, 2009 4:30 am

    Before the crash, Victor Wood were a good, long established MGRover dealership. I seem to think they had a couple of other dealership sites, including one at Bourne in Lincolnshire.
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by Perkins on Tue Mar 03, 2009 10:15 am

    News




    £2.7M MOVE BY SMTC STRENGTHENS MG’S LONGBRIDGE BASE

    03.03.09







    MG
    Motor UK Limited and the SAIC Motor UK Technical Centre (SMTC UK) are
    now sharing the Longbridge site as the engineering and R&D company
    has completed a move from its Leamington offices into new premises, on
    the site of the MG factory on Lowhill Lane. The move was an
    obvious, sensible and inevitable rationalisation of SAIC group
    companies within the UK, according to SMTC UK’s Director of Business
    Development, Ian Horton, who said, “We are delighted to have moved to
    Longbridge to be closer to the product and to the HQ functions of MG
    UK. We were already working closely with MG and the new geographical
    proximity of the companies can only be of benefit to the group and the
    MG brand. We now have a Technical Centre platform from which to grow
    the future of the Group’s engineering in the UK.” SMTC UK works
    on a wide range of engineering and research and development projects
    for the SAIC Motor group, including new models destined for the
    Longbridge line. Much of the work is commercially confidential but one
    of SMTC UK’s first projects for MG is likely to be a remodelling of the
    existing TF, following the successful launch of the MGTF LE500 earlier
    in 2008, into a limited edition derivative to mark MG’s 85th
    anniversary in 2009.Over 250 people have made the 25 mile move
    from Leamington to Longbridge following planning that had been progress
    since last year. The move has benefited both MG UK and SMTC UK, with
    over £1m spent on an IT upgrade for the whole Longbridge site and
    larger technical centre offices and workshops for SMTC UK engineers. Leader
    of Birmingham City Council, Mike Whitby, said: “Today’s announcement is
    encouraging news for the city, particularly in the current economic
    climate, and I am delighted to see jobs being brought into Longbridge. “Over
    the last three and half years Birmingham City Council and MG have
    worked together diligently to build relationships and secure the
    positive outcomes. We will continue to give our support to make
    Longbridge once again become renowned as a by-word for excellence, and
    a real centre of high-class manufacturing.”









    Source : MG Motor UK


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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by Windy on Tue Mar 03, 2009 10:19 am

    Thanks Perkins, and welcome to DillTheDog Smile
    Hopefully the "remodelling of the existing TF" is already well underway!
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    Post by ZTsteve on Tue Mar 03, 2009 1:44 pm

    Windy wrote:Thanks Perkins, and welcome to DillTheDog Smile
    Hopefully the "remodelling of the existing TF" is already well underway!

    Hopefully. Perhaps they have decided not to build any more of the existing TF (they seem to have plenty in stock still Crying or Very sad )

    Maybe the next roadster to emerge from Longbridge will be heavily revised...
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by Windy on Wed Mar 04, 2009 8:41 am

    ZTsteve wrote:
    Windy wrote:Thanks Perkins, and welcome to DillTheDog Smile
    Hopefully the "remodelling of the existing TF" is already well underway!

    Hopefully. Perhaps they have decided not to build any more of the existing TF (they seem to have plenty in stock still Crying or Very sad )

    Maybe the next roadster to emerge from Longbridge will be heavily revised...
    It does seem likely Steve, and would explain this news item: http://www.sundaymercury.net/news/midlands-news/2009/03/04/job-cuts-looming-at-mg-in-longbridge-65233-23055401/
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by Perkins on Tue Mar 10, 2009 10:52 am

    News




    MG SPONSORS THE ROYAL WINDSOR HERITAGE FESTIVAL

    10.03.09






    On
    Friday 24th and Saturday 25th April MG Motor UK Ltd are the primary
    sponsors of The Royal Windsor MG Heritage Festival event. The MG
    Owner’s Club will be spearheading the event in conjunction with the
    Rotary Club of Windsor and Eton, the MG Car Club, the MG Octagon Car
    Club, the Early MG Society and the Crown Estates. MGs new and
    old, including rare vintage and pre – war MGs will be appearing in
    Royal Windsor for the MG Heritage Festival. This prestigious and unique
    event takes place in MGs 85th Anniversary year and will see the latest
    MG TF model, which is built at Longbridge, included in the cavalcade
    and will be on display afterwards. The weekend includes a Royal
    Review of MG on Saturday 25th April, which involves a convoy of MGs
    driving through the Quadrangle of the Castle into the Frogmore Parade
    Ground of Windsor Great Park, where the cars assemble for a rally.
    There will be multi-start scenic road runs to enable other MG owners to
    be involved in this fantastic event. The organised runs take the
    drivers on a scenic route through the private grounds of Windsor Great
    Park. Other activities will be organised to take place
    throughout the weekend in order to raise money for the Prince Philip
    Trust Fund, which helps the welfare of under privileged people and
    assists in training young people and encourages them to undertake
    voluntary work. Mr He Xiaoqing, MG Motor UK Ltd President said
    "To be major sponsors of the Royal Windsor MG Heritage Festival, such a
    prestigious event, in MGs 85th year is extremely exciting and is a very
    proud moment for us. It is an honour to be involved in such a wonderful
    event as only the third marque to receive this accolade, which will
    raise money for The Prince Philip Trust Fund. It will also be the
    perfect celebration of MG enthusiasts’ commitment and ongoing
    enthusiasm for the brand’’

    Source :MG Motor UK
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    Post by patpending on Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:10 am

    woo! I've just been to Windsor to get some of Prince Charles' biscuits in my MG...
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    MG Dealer displays MGTF LE500 in Birmingham City Centre

    Post by richardk on Fri Mar 20, 2009 1:04 pm

    MG Dealer displays MGTF LE500 in Birmingham City Centre
    20.03.09

    Summit Garage, MG dealer, in Dudley is displaying a vibrant orange MGTF LE500 adjacent to the bronze bull in the heart of Birmingham City Centre from Friday 20th March – Tuesday 24th March.

    John Newey, Dealer Principal at Summit Garage will be at the display across the five days to answer any questions and to give information about the car.

    John Newey said ‘The vibrant orange TF LE500 is displayed in an exceptionally busy area. The weather is improving and we hope that people will get into the spirit of spring and summer and take a seat in this fun and exciting soft top sports car.’

    So if you are visiting the Bullring Shopping Centre in Birmingham this weekend, why not come and see the TF LE500 at the junction of New Street and High Street.

    If you are interested in a test drive of the MGTF LE500 then please find your nearest MG dealer, using our MG dealer locator.
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    Post by skyblueads on Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:40 am

    I met John doing an article for MG Enthusiast. Really nice chap.
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by richardk on Sun Mar 22, 2009 11:19 am

    skyblueads wrote:I met John doing an article for MG Enthusiast. Really nice chap.

    That's good to hear that MG have some great dealers. I'm glad that many of the small family businesses are back in the fold.

    There seems to be a splurge of advertising and marketing at the moment..obviously still a few 500's to shift.

    I trust they will be succesful to tide them over until the new metal
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    Post by patpending on Mon Mar 23, 2009 7:36 am

    afro
    * At the Bull Ring Shopping Centre
    There are smiles both near and far
    The MG LE Five Hundred
    Is a simply lovely car!*
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    Lowest bid wins an MG TF LE500 on Auctionair

    Post by richardk on Fri Mar 27, 2009 10:51 am

    Lowest bid wins an MG TF LE500 on Auctionair
    24.03.09

    MG Motor UK Ltd and Auctionair have teamed up to offer you the chance to win Limited Edition number 123 of the 500 Limited Edition MGTF LE500s made at Longbridge, on the Auctionair online auction site. All you need to do is choose the lowest price that you think no one else will choose and enter it as your bid, the lowest unique bid wins.

    With the arrival of spring and the sunshine making an appearance, it is the ideal time to make a bid and see if you can win this highly specified, mid engined, rear wheel drive, soft top sports car, which has a suggested OTR retail price of £16,055.

    The LE 500 comes as standard with rear parking sensors, high end stereo with mp3 compatibility, 16” 11 spoke alloy wheels in black or shadow chrome finish, piano black interior with leather seats, air conditioning, LE500 badging on front fenders and door inserts, windstop and a colour matched hard top that also comes as standard.

    Each of the limited edition 500 TF’s has a unique number, which enhances the individuality and desirability of each limited edition car, and is in the form of a badge located in the rear console in between the driver and passenger seats.

    Every single TF LE500 owner receives a certificate of authenticity from MG Motor UK Ltd, which certifies that they have bought one of the special, limited edition MG’s. The certificate includes the chassis number and the unique number of the car and is signed by a Director of MG Motor UK Limited.

    If you would like to make a bid for the MGTF LE500 on Auctionair, or if you would like to find out more information about how to make a bid, please visit www.auctionair.co.uk. If you would like more information regarding the MG TFLE500 please click here.
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    Re: News from MG MOTOR UK Ltd

    Post by richardk on Thu Apr 09, 2009 9:49 am

    [quote]

    http://www.mgmotor.co.uk/news-events/news/sterling-automotive-new-authorised-repairer/

    Sterling Automotive – New Authorised Repairer
    09.04.09

    Sterling Automotive has been appointed as an MG Motor UK Ltd Authorised Repairer.

    Sterling Automotive is a member of the XPart Auto Service Centre network and has been an MG Rover specialist Service Centre since 2006.

    Sterling Automotive offers initiatives such as ‘Service Tourism’, which enables customers to relax and enjoy a day trip, mini break or holiday in Eastbourne, whilst their car is being serviced.

    Sterling offers customers a free collection and delivery service, the use of a free courtesy car or ‘while you wait’ bookings for servicing.

    The Sterling team is knowledgeable, friendly and are always determined to make a customers visit a pleasant and enjoyable experience.

    Stephen Cox, MG Motor UK Ltd Sales and Franchise Manager, said ‘’ This is an energetic service-only dealer who does not wait until customers find him; he goes out to find them! By simply driving the streets of Eastbourne, if he finds any MG or Rover product that he doesn’t recognise, he leaves a leaflet concerning his servicing expertise under the wiper blade. His return on this investment is excellent and he has had to expand his business to cope with demand. When his business has grown sufficiently, we would want to appoint him as a full sales dealer too. His commitment is huge and we are certain he would make a first-class sales dealer for us.’’

    Sterling Automotive

    4 Redward Business Park
    Hammonds Drive
    Eastbourne, East Sussex
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