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Bristol Street Motors Ford Gloucester welcomes new manager

Time 5 years ago

BRISTOL Street Motors Ford in Gloucester has welcomed a new general manager to its award-winning team.

Having kicked off his career as a trainee technician in 1980, Rob Lewis has developed a great deal of experience working in the motor industry.

Over the past 30 years, Lewis has taken on a number of roles within the trade, working across dealership departments such as sales, aftersales and servicing.

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Lewis said: ‘It’s great to be welcomed to the Bristol Street Motors family. The company has a fantastic reputation and I’m exceptionally pleased to join.

‘As I’ve worked in pretty much every position there is within a dealership I have a great understanding coming into this role and I’m ready to use that experience to develop the team.’

He added: ‘I believe it is important that businesses make a positive impact on the communities in which they work. I’m looking forward to forging links with the Gloucester community and aim to work with local charities, schools and sports clubs.

‘We have lots of exciting things happening over the coming months with the launch of exclusive new vehicles and our transformation into a FordStore later in the year. This will enable us to sell every model currently available with the Ford catalogue, including the premium Vignale range.’


Ian Harrison, who oversees the firm’s Ford division, concluded: ‘It’s fantastic to have someone as experienced as Rob joining Bristol Street Motors and we’re sure he will become a vital asset to the business.’

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