Garage competition back for 2011

Published:  26 November, 2010

Organisers of the annual Golden Garages competition have launched the 2011 contest that last year attracted thousands of motorists to vote for the best service and repair garage in the country.

Open to every garage, large and small, franchised and independent, the process will highlight the best service and repair centres across the country. Every garage taking part can demonstrate to new and existing customers, their commitment to high service standards while those rated as the UK's top garages will share in a prize pot exceeding £11,000.

"It's often said that it's not the winning but the taking part that counts and Golden Garages is a perfect example of this," said Chris Mason, Motor Codes director.

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