Car Service City’s Franchise Awards go to….


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Car Service City’s annual conference & glam awards ceremony took place on the 16th of November, set at one of Jozi’s hottest new addresses – The Venue, Greenpark.

Perfectly perched at the highest point in Sandton, with magical 360 degree views of the Johannesburg skyline and beyond, the Car Service City franchisees & Head Office staff along with the RMI’s very own Jeffrey Molefe, enjoyed the event and eagerly awaited the results of the award winners.

Car Service City having positioned themselves as one of the key players in the vehicle servicing industry in South Africa, with 44 branches nationwide and rapidly growing, followed a stringent selection process for all the nominees.  Some of the parameters included but was not limited to, Head Office compliance, customer relationship management, increase in value and volume figures as well as the good representation of the brand.

“Over the past year we’ve seen so many of our branches perform exceptionally well and narrowing them down to the top three branches was no easy task,” says Grant Brady, Car Service City CEO.  The quality and standard this year was outstanding.

Paul Rotherham the MC and entertainment for the evening announced the first award of New Franchisee of the Year 2013 which went to Jonathan Barnard from the Constantia Kloof branch.  Best Customer Service award was won by the Eloff Street branch and accepted by Danny Khumalo.  The 2nd runner up franchise of the year was the Midrand branch owned By Stelios Kassianides, and first runner up was the Wadeville branch owned by Wynand Wolmarans.

Top nomination for the winner of the 2013 Franchise of the Year award went to the East London Vincent branch, the owners Ricky and Belinda Gulle who are true custodians of the Car Service City brand.

A big congratulations to the winners and what a party to round off the year and a great send off to get ready for the holiday feel-good factor.

 

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