MG Motor UK is calling for dealers to join its expanding network at a time when it’s celebrating a 35% growth and looking ahead to an exciting year.
The car manufacturer thanks its customers, and existing dealers, for the continued support that led to a great end to 2015 and the most successful year since MG was re-born.
This year, MG will be working hard to see this growth continue and it is calling for hardworking, forward-thinking, dealers to join the network and help deliver this.
Matthew Cheyne, MG’s Head of Sales and Marketing, said: “We’ve got a product development plan for each year until 2020, so it’s an exciting time to consider joining us.
“We want to see our network grow, as we know we’ve still got gaps to fill. We often get asked, by customers and members of the public, when we’ll be announcing dealers in specific areas. We’re looking to be able to do that by welcoming new dealers who want to not only join in, but really contribute to the success of the brand.
“We’re currently looking to fill open points around Manchester, Liverpool, Nottingham and Southampton, amongst many other areas, so if you’re a dealer and you want to talk about us working with a car manufacturer that is far from dictatorial then please get in touch. We want our dealers to succeed so, ultimately, we can sell cars. We aim to support our dealers from the very beginning in order to do this.”
If you are interested in becoming part of MG’s dealer network, contact Network Development Managers Sue Kent (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Brian Hawkins (email@example.com) for more information.
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