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Hyundai to launch online sales in January

IoniQHyundai has announced a new ‘Click To Buy’ service which will offer customers the facility to buy a car completely online from 6th January 2017.

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H.R. Owen sponsors Champions Tennis

HR RollersH.R. Owen’s Rolls-Royce Motor Cars London site has been enlisted by Champions Tennis to chauffeur tennis greats to and from the Royal Albert Hall.

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Growing demand spells new role for VW van man

WillSmithIpswich based Volkswagen Commercial Vehicle dealership, Wolsey Van Centre have appointed Will Smith as business development manager with a brief to work with local companies.

Smith will be well known to East Anglian van buyers, having worked in the trade for 22 years and previously represented the firm’s Sproughton Road business as well as its Bury St Edmunds Van Centre.

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Tootle partners with Apprentice winner

MarkWrightTootle has entered into a partnership with Climb Online, the digital marketing agency founded by Apprentice winner, Mark Wright.

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New sales manager for Listers Honda Northampton

ListersHondaNhantsListers Honda Northampton has confirmed Gareth Earl as it’s newly appointed Sales Manager.

Earl has been in the motor trade since 2007, latterly as Sales Manager for Wollaston Mini in Northampton.

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Leasing companies get behind TyreServe

David GoodyearEpyx’s TyreServe programme has now signed up fourteen of the UK’s leading fleet leasing companies.

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Motorpoint profits decline

Mark CarpenterMotorpoint has announced results for the six months ended 30 September 2016, with profits down 32% to £7.0m on revenues that increased by 11.5% to £408.9m.

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New "host" roles at Greenhous

GreenhousGreeterGreenhous Vauxhall on Old Potts Way in Shrewsbury and Trench Lock Telford have added new host positions.

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Vertu appoint Farnell Jaguar Land Rover Leeds boss

Rik Shield Vertu has confirmed Rik Shield as its head of business for the new Farnell Jaguar Land Rover site in Leeds.

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