Shrewsbury garage named in Midlands' Top 5
8th March 2010
... Comments

Church Road Garage in Baschurch has been revealed as one of the Top 50 garages in the UK in a shortlist of the nation’s greatest service and repair garages compiled by Motor Codes.

The Midlands’ motorists have nominated Church Road Garage among their top five local garages in the national ‘Golden Garages’ campaign that aims to find the country’s best automotive workshops. Motor Codes, which operates the UK’s largest consumer code for motorists, has selected the regional shortlist based on voting by the British public over the past three weeks.

The first round of voting has now closed with the announcement of the Top 5 garages from ten UK regions. The final voting stage will allow the public to decide the UK’s Top 10 service and repair centres based on quality of service, value for money and customer satisfaction. A national winner will be chosen by the Motor Codes expert panel of judges, including TV presenter and former racing driver Vicki Butler-Henderson.

Bill Smith, owner of Church Road Garage, said, “We’re thrilled to be nominated in the Motor Codes’ Golden Garages shortlist, particularly as it is voted for by our customers. We will be on tenterhooks come the final voting stage on March 22nd so we implore people to keep on voting!”

So get voting now! Motorists and garages can continue to vote in the next stage of the competition on the Golden Garages website (www.goldengarages.co.uk).

You can also follow the campaign on Twitter at http://twitter.com/GoldenGarages.


The prizes

Motorists nominating their favourite garage will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win one of five coveted Land Rover experience days for themselves and two friends.

More
About the Author

Emma R

Member since: 10th July 2012

That's our team, L-R Emma, Louise and Andy. We run thebestof and our sister marketing company, Key 3 Media. With over 40 years' combined marketing experience, we help promote local businesses through our...

Popular Categories