Icelandic trip’s on the cards for hard-working Paul from SEAT
Posted on 10 Apr 2008
The franchise manager at JenningsSEAT has had his hard work rewarded with an all expenses paid trip to Iceland’s capital city.
Achieving sales targets for the first quarter of 2007, has not only resulted in Paul Beadling, franchise manager at JenningsSEAT in Middlesbrough, packing a suitcase, but also his passport in preparation for a well deserved four-day break to Reykjavik.
“Sales for the first quarter were extremely healthy with the SEAT Leon and Ibiza continuing to top the sales chart,” said Paul Beadling.
Paul added; “We anticipate the second quarter to reflect similar results. The launch of the Leon Cupra in March has undoubtedly contributed towards additional sales activity at the branch.”
JenningsSEAT in Middlesbrough was one of 40 dealers nationwide who successfully achieved sales targets and ended up staying at The Grand Hotel in Reykjavik.
Paul went on to say; “Reykjavik is a great place to visit, whether it be for cultural nourishment or to simply relax and recharge your batteries, it was great!”
Reykjavik is by far the largest community in Iceland, with a population of about 115,000. Including the neighbouring towns, the capital area has a total population of approximately 170,000, which is about 60% of Iceland’s population of 300,000 people.
This is the second trip for Paul, since he took over as franchise manager in January 2005. Last summer his hard work was recognised and rewarded with an all expenses paid trip to Morrocco.
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