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Mitsubishi Rewards Top Dealers

Mitsubishi Rewards Top Dealers

Eight top-performing car and truck dealers were recognised for their business and customer-care successes at the annual Mitsubishi Motors Diamond Dealer awards.

Among them was Andrew Busler of Andrew Simms Mitsubishi in Newmarket, Auckland, whose outstanding 2007 performance saw him also collect the coveted Managing Director’s Award.

“Inspirational is the only word to describe Andrew’s commitment to his customers and to the Mitsubishi brand,” said Mitsubishi Motors New Zealand general manager of sales and marketing Peter Wilkins. “His determination to achieve success has been exceptional.

“Andrew and all our Diamond Dealers reflect the drive and determination required to run a truly brilliant business. They have excelled in local market share, sales volume and customer service and are powerful ambassadors for our brand.

“Nationwide, the level of our dealers’ performance strengthens each year and consequently it gets harder and harder to determine the winners. But we wouldn’t have it any other way and neither would our customers.”

Mitsubishi’s 2008 Diamond Dealers are Simon Lucas, Simon Lucas Mitsubishi North Shore; Mark Barton, Manukau Mitsubishi; Keith Henderson, Bay City Mitsubishi Tauranga; Sean Parrey, Auckland Motors Mitsubishi Henderson; Andrew Busler, Andrew Simms Mitsubishi; Peter Bone, Houston Motors Nelson; truck dealer Ron Berg, Jolly & Mills Palmerston North, and Brian Archibald, Archibald Motors Kaitaia.

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