Multi-award winning local retailer, Stoneacre Motor Group, has recently been approved as a Tier 2 business centre by Volvo, which allows them to provide a unique personal service and fleet solutions to Lincoln organisations.
The centre aims to make life easier for all businesses, whether the team needs a fleet of one car or 50. Stoneacre has also hired four new highly-experienced corporate demonstrators, who will be on hand to assist with advice on company cars, fuel emissions, car taxation and servicing.
A trained corporate demonstrator will liaise with customers from the point of booking a comprehensive demonstration at their office, right through to organising servicing for the fleet years after the sale.
Andy McInnes, Business Manager at Stoneacre Motor Group, Lincoln, said: “We are delighted to launch our new service for businesses big and small across Lincoln.
“Organising a fleet purchase can be daunting for business owners, but our new demonstrators are on hand to take the stress out of this process by offering tailored advice to each and every customer.
“Our years of experience combined with our new, state-of-the-art business centre means we really understand the demands and expectations of local businesses, and our four new appointments demonstrate our continued investment in ensuring every potential Volvo customer will be looked after.”
Stoneacre Motor Group is a family-run business with over 25 years of motor sales experience. Established in Scunthorpe in 1994, Stoneacre rapidly developed into one of the UK’s fastest growing car dealerships, with 45 locations nationwide.
For further information about Stoneacre Motor Group, Lincoln, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit volvocarslincoln.co.uk.
"Organising a fleet purchase can be daunting for business owners, but our new demonstrators are on hand to take the stress out of this process by offering tailored advice to each and every customer. "
Andy McInnes, Business Manager
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