ASHLEY WOOD RECOVERY
November 2004
AWR NEWS
AVRO DISPLAY TEAM
Inside this issue:
AVRO Display Team
Casual Remarks
Farewell
Welcome
 
 
 

The newly formed Vehicle Recovery Display Team from AVRO’ s Region 12, were involved in some recent action. The team included: Mervyn Johns, Region 12 chairman from MJ Auto and Commercial, Mark Brooks, National Council Member from Brooks Auto Services, Jeff Bungey from Ashley Wood Recovery and on this occasion Steve Taylor of Townsend Garage. This was the first time the display had been performed for charity and took place at the motoring extravaganza at Breamore House in Hampshire at an event co-ordinated by Poole Bay Classics.


The photo on the left shows members of the team relaxing before the display.
The AVRO Region 12 display team look towards attending other venues throughout the country on invitation for a nominal price to enable them to cover costs.
Please inform Control if any specialist charges apply before moving a vehicle
 
CASUAL REMARKS


WELCOME
TO THE TEAM
NICKI WELLS
SIOBHAN
McCLELLAND


Mondial Assistance have asked us to remind all of the team that they must not make derogatory remarks about customers’ vehicles! As you are aware customers hear what they want to hear and can then make unnecessary demands on manufacturers and dealers. Mondial relationship with manufacturers and dealers can be easily damaged by any careless remarks dropped into the conversation with the customer.


WE SAY FAREWELL TO SYD

Syd joined us in August 2000 in the new position of Business Devetopment Manager. He brought with him a wealth of experience in the industry, largely from his twenty plus years within the RAC. Whilst both developing his new role and accepting the growing mountain of responsibility that I passed him, Syd still found time to carry out break downs and recoveries, on those really busy days. Indeed he did his turn making the tea & coffee! Eventually, however, he found that his job required more and more office time, allowing less and less time visiting the branches and “getting out and about” Syd has decided to depart for pastures new. We wish him every success and thank him for all his hard work. Recognising that Syd will be an impossible act to follow we have re allocated all his responsibilities back onto my desk and to help with this increased work load Nicki Wells has joined the company in another new role, that of my Personal
Assistant, we wish her well in this new venture and I would assure her that I don’t really bite, despite what Syd may have said! Jeff