Sophie Williamson-Stothert is features editor at Car Dealer Magazine. She was highly commended for the Guild of Motoring Writers’ Sir William Lyons award in 2012.
BRISTOL Street Motors Ford Bolton has celebrated the long service of its parts adviser. Myron Smaczylo was presented with a bespoke piston-shape award by the dealership’s parts manager, Neil Walmsley, in recognition of his 40-year stint with the Higher Bridge Street dealership. Smaczylo joined Bristol Street Motors’s parts department as an apprentice in 1976, when Ford’s iconicREAD MORE
THE average UK motor retailer produced a profit of more than £42,000 in June, exactly matching the result for the same month in the prior year. Profitability for the first half of the year was on a par with the prior year, albeit with a slight fallback in the second quarter. Over recent quarters the increasedREAD MORE
PETER Vardy, the Scotland-wide automotive retailer, has today (8 August, 2016) launched a new BMWi brand retail outlet in Edinburgh. The new dealership will sell the all-electric BMWi3 model and its sporty big brother, the plug-in hybrid BMWi8. The all-electric BMW i3 is the world’s first mass production model to be designed for sustainability. As an all-electric car,READ MORE
BRISTOL Street Motors Hyundai Exeter marked the launch of its support of Exeter City FC by giving away an away shirt to a fan on Facebook. The Trusham Road dealership is supporting the League Two club into the next season. The team have played a key role in the local community for more than one hundredREAD MORE