Brayley Honda to expand by 25% in 2012

Brayley to expand by 25% in 2012

21/02/2012 in News, Dealer News

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Hertfordshire based dealer group Brayley Honda is expanding by 25% this year with the additional of its first Kia and Mazda franchises in Harpenden.

The additions will complement Brayley's four Honda dealerships in Hemel Hempstead, Enfield, Grays and St Albans.

The company was established in 2003 and employs 110 staff.

Having acquired the lease for a long vacant former Vauxhall site on the High Street, Harpenden, managing director Paul Brayley intends to open the dual-franchise showroom and servicing centre in three months as Brayley's of Harpenden.

It is anticipated that the new business will create up to 35 new jobs in the area.

Brayley said: "Despite the challenging economic climate, I'm very excited at the prospect of developing the company further with three brands, as a customer focused and financially robust regional dealer group.

"Since we started trading almost 10 years ago,we've proven that there's a healthy market for good old fashioned service in supporting motorists, where people are well looked after.”
 

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Tim Rose


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Irishboy4 - 113 weeks ago

Since taking over what was Braylake Honda in Hemel and StAlbans, Brayley has demonstrated sound business precepts and bucked the trend. Well done Paul we are proud of you!

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