Mazda says thanks

GISBORNE Motors has achieved national recognition at the Mazda Dealer Awards in Fiji.

The company was one of six that were finalists in the Mazda 2017 Dealer of the Year Awards and was awarded a dealer performance award.

Dealer principal Brian Read and new vehicle sales manager Rod Husband returned home from Fiji with a trophy and recognition alongside 25 dealerships from around the country.

Brian Read said the awards were not just for sales but were decided on a comprehensive range of categories including sales, parts, after-sales service and general presentation of the dealership.

“It is recognition of general excellence for all the people working at Gisborne Motors,” he said.

“I am really pleased for all our team who have contributed to this prestigious award.”

The awards capped off a highly successful year for Mazda, nationally and in Gisborne, with sales of new Mazdas continuing to grow every year.

Mazda was the top brand for sales in the Gisborne region for passenger and SUV vehicles in 2017.

GISBORNE Motors has achieved national recognition at the Mazda Dealer Awards in Fiji.

The company was one of six that were finalists in the Mazda 2017 Dealer of the Year Awards and was awarded a dealer performance award.

Dealer principal Brian Read and new vehicle sales manager Rod Husband returned home from Fiji with a trophy and recognition alongside 25 dealerships from around the country.

Brian Read said the awards were not just for sales but were decided on a comprehensive range of categories including sales, parts, after-sales service and general presentation of the dealership.

“It is recognition of general excellence for all the people working at Gisborne Motors,” he said.

“I am really pleased for all our team who have contributed to this prestigious award.”

The awards capped off a highly successful year for Mazda, nationally and in Gisborne, with sales of new Mazdas continuing to grow every year.

Mazda was the top brand for sales in the Gisborne region for passenger and SUV vehicles in 2017.

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