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Gates rewards long service

15:55 02 June 2008

Pictured from left: Nigel Arbon, David Osborne, Heath Greenall, Stuart Fisk, John Jameson and Steven Eastman

Pictured from left: Nigel Arbon, David Osborne, Heath Greenall, Stuart Fisk, John Jameson and Steven Eastman

FORD dealership Gates has recognised the efforts of five workers who have chalked up 20 years with the company. Edward Gates, president of the dealer group, handed over a commemorative carriage clock to each of the employees at a celebration dinner at The

FORD dealership Gates has recognised the efforts of five workers who have chalked up 20 years with the company.

Edward Gates, president of the dealer group, handed over a commemorative carriage clock to each of the employees at a celebration dinner at The Starr Restaurant in Great Dunmow.

The event was also attended by staff who have reached the 20 year landmark.

Gates, established back in 1920, is particularly pleased that the bi-annual event continues to have an increasing number of members in attendance.

Heath Greenall, the current managing director who represents the fifth generation of this family owned and operated business, said: "We take great pride in the dedication that all of our staff gives to the company and to our customers, which is vital to our continued success."

The 36 members of the Gates 20 Year Service Club have a combined 1000 years of motor industry experience!

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