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Car dealership staff marking 250 years service

PUBLISHED: 12:25 12 July 2018 | UPDATED: 13:07 12 July 2018

Chris Clarke recieving his 25 year service award from Gary Osborn, Thurlow Nunn regional director. Photo: McCann PR

Chris Clarke recieving his 25 year service award from Gary Osborn, Thurlow Nunn regional director. Photo: McCann PR

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Ten members of staff a Norfolk car dealership have clocked up 250 years of service between them.

Andrew Brett recieving his 25 year service award from Gary Osborn, Thurlow Nunn regional director. Photo: McCann PRAndrew Brett recieving his 25 year service award from Gary Osborn, Thurlow Nunn regional director. Photo: McCann PR

Vauxhall retailer Thurlow Nunn has issued 10 different long service awards to its team across sites in Diss, Dereham, Norwich and Great Yarmouth to celebrate long-service achievements.

Technicians Gary Coe and Steve Jarret, advisors Andrew Brett, Chris Clarke, Glenn Good and Trevor Wicks, managers Andy Brown and Simon Jenner and regional director, Gary Osborn, have all celebrated their 25-year service milestone across the Diss, Dereham and Norwich dealerships.

Gary Coe and Steve Jarrett recieving his 25 year service award from Gary Osborn, Thurlow Nunn regional director. Photo: McCann PRGary Coe and Steve Jarrett recieving his 25 year service award from Gary Osborn, Thurlow Nunn regional director. Photo: McCann PR

Service and MOT technician, Chris Channel, has reached an impressive landmark of 40 years of service in Great Yarmouth.

To celebrate each has been rewarded with a £250 Red Letter Day Voucher.

Gary Osborn, Thurlow Nunn regional director, said: “We are all very proud of each individual for their continued hard work and support over the years.”


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