Gloucester Rugby Club captain, Tom Savage, was amogst the guests at the official opening of Warners MG in Gloucester.
The official opening of the new MG dealership took place on Tuesday, November 26.
Alongside the Gloucester captain, Matt Bayliss - who is one of the best-known faces in Gloucester rugby circles - was be at the opening. Matt is the Communications Manager for Hartpury College’s rugby club where Tom Savage played his rugby before joining the Aviva championship side.
Chris Smart, Warners’ Director and Dealer Principal, said: “It’s great that these well-known rugby characters are supporting our new MG venture.
“Tom’s a 6ft 6ins, 18-stone forward and seems to slot into the new MG3 with ease, so if he can then anyone can! We know that space and comfort are among the many wining features of the new MG and I don’t think anyone will be disappointed.”
Matt Bayliss seems equally comfortable in an MG6 GT and he will be soon seen around many of the rugby clubs in Gloucestershire in his new car.
Warners MG has a new four-car showroom on its busy site which faces the busy A38 Eastern Avenue, Gloucester’s ring road.
Gloucester City Councillor Lise Noakes also attended the formal opening.
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