30.05.2017

Motorworld hosting Customer Appreciation Week until June 3

On the heels of a Grand Opening Ceremony held on Friday, May 26, 2017 for its new Showroom at Cole Bay, Motorworld is hosting a week of activities to show appreciation to its customers in Sint Maarten/Saint Martin.

The Motorworld Sales Team and other staff members began the week of activities despite the heavy rainy weather on the morning of Monday, May 29 and will continue until Saturday June 3.

Managing Director of Motorworld Tariq Amjad said the appreciation activities are a demonstration of the company’s gratitude to all customers for making the brand new Showroom possible. 

“All of our customers and even members of the wider community are encouraged to drop in to the new Showroom during the course of this week,” said Mr. Amjad. “Prices on all models have been reduced significantly for this week only. There will be free food, drinks and giveaway items to our loyal customers, so do not miss this special opportunity.”

“There will be special discounts up to $3,000 off on all our brands, including Hyundai, Honda, Ford, Jeep, Ram, Mazda, Volkswagen and Audi models, but only during our Customer Appreciation Week,” he reiterated.

All of the six major banks in the territory will be present throughout the week to give on-the-spot financing advice on loans to potential customers or interested persons who simply need more information on how they can become a new vehicle owner. These are Scotiabank, PSB Bank, Banco Di Caribe, WIB, CIBC First Caribbean and RBC Royal Bank.

The building which houses the new Showroom is more than 15,200 square feet and is designed to withstand earthquakes and Category Five hurricanes. There is a modern dedicated customer lounge, a powerbank with charging stations and a customised reception desk, with the entire Sales Team based on the ground floor to serve customers.

Captioned Photo: Motorworld Expert Sales Consultants from left to right - Beverly Morris and Kevin Lake. 

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