Sales growth for John Mulholland Motor Group sparks £1m investment

Time 12:26 pm, July 30, 2014

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A CAR dealership in Northern Ireland has invested £1m into expanding its two centres after a sales growth of nearly 30 per cent.

The John Mulholland Motor Group, based in Randalstown, Antrim and Campsie in Londonderry, has seen car sales increase for 17 consecutive months to date.

They are now undergoing a major renovation of its Skoda, Hyundai, Ford and U-First used car operations, which will also create 10 jobs in the group.

The investment has also involved the acquisition of a new dealership, CB Motors in Campsie, which stands next to their existing Skoda and Hyundai dealership at the Campsie Enterprise Park.

John Mulholland Motor Group has already appointed three sales managers for Skoda, Hyundai and business sales, who together bring 50 years of experience in the sector.

Managing director John Mulholland told The Belfast Telegraph that the family business offered a friendly personal service but was ‘ruthlessly competitive on price’.

He added: ‘We will never lose sight of these valuable credentials and remain totally committed to our loyal customer base that have helped us grow and develop into the successful business that is here today.’

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Rebecca has been a motoring and business journalist since 2014, previously writing and presenting for titles such as the Press Association, Auto Express and Car Buyer. She has worked in many roles for Car Dealer Magazine’s publisher Blackball Media including head of editorial.

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