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Australia and New Zealand Dealer of the Year 2010

by Mercury Marine on 28 Mar 2011
John Temple, Mercury General Manager ANZP / Ian Henry, Nowra Marine / Will Sangster, Mercury Sales Director ANZP. Mercury Marine
Mercury Marine is very proud to announce that Nowra Marine, on the south coast of NSW, has been named Australia and New Zealand 'Dealer of the Year' for 2010.

'Without a doubt, Nowra Marine has been one of Australia’s best dealerships for some time, so I’m very pleased they have now claimed Mercury Marine’s foremost award of excellence,' said John Temple, Mercury Marine’s General Manager, Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific (ANZP).

'Nowra Marine was Mercury’s NSW Dealer of the Year in 2009, so they have now gone one better and they deserve all credit,' John said.

'The dedication the staff at Nowra show to their customers is second-to-none and they do everything they can to support their local boating community.'

The 'Dealer of the Year' awards are based on much more than just sales results.

'It’s an exacting process,' said Will Sangster, Mercury’s Sales Director ANZP.

'We look at growth year on year, the way dealers support Mercury products and programs, their other promotions and customer events, customer service, and the general presentation of the dealership.

'Nowra had an outstanding 2010 but they were pushed by a number of other dealers which took out a range of other awards. Congratulations to all of them.'

Queensland Dealer of the Year – Motor Marine
Victorian Dealer of the Year – Leigh Martin Marine
New Zealand Dealer of the Year – Marine South
South Australian Dealer of the Year – Hodge Marine
Western Australian Dealer of the Year – Bluewater Marine
MotorGuide Dealer of the Year - Leigh Martin Marine
MerCruiser Dealer of the Year – HiTech Marine
MerCruiser OEM of the Year – Telwater
MerCruiser Towsport OEM of the Year – Performance Marine

More at www.mercurymarine.com.au
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