New Pro+ service is the business for Holden Renault

Holden Renault launches Pro+ which is aimed at making life easier for business customers.

Holden Renault launches Pro+ which is aimed at making life easier for business customers. - Credit: supplied

Holden Renault is now offering a new service for time-pressured business customers.

Holden Renault launches Pro+ which is aimed at making life easier for business customers.

Holden Renault launches Pro+ which is aimed at making life easier for business customers. - Credit: supplied

Becoming a Renault Pro+ dealer allows it to deliver even greater standards of service quality for sales and after sales for businesses, particularly van owners and drivers.

Chief executive Tim Holden and Holden Renault Pro+ manager Terry Smith were presented with a certificate of accreditation.

Renault UK attended the event at the Heigham Street site and, with all appointments filled, customers took advantage of launch-day offers and a number of vans were sold.

Mr Smith said: 'The Pro+ launch was a successful day. It was a great opportunity for my loyal customers to see the full Renault range, take advantage of offers and get a better idea of the benefits of working together, plus it attracted new commercial customers to the dealership.


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'The accreditation helps to reassure customers that we are the right choice for van fleets.'

Those attending could get advice on owning and running a commercial vehicle, new or used van sales, after sales, finance or service and maintenance. They could also find out about Renault iCare, a new innovative, fully-managed 'pay as you earn, pence per mile' service package allowing van drivers to pay only for the mileage covered. R&S Van Interiors, P&P Auto Electrical and APlan Insurance also benefited from the day.

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The range of Renault commercial vehicles included conversions such as dropsides, box vans and tippers.

Earlier in the day Holden Group had sponsored a business breakfast at Norwich City's Football Club on Wednesday for the Community Sports Foundation charity's Sporting Light Appeal.

The appeal has raised £240,000 in two years to help disadvantaged people and those with disabilities to benefit from of sport.

Guest speakers were Canaries manager Chris Hughton, right, and chief executive David McNally and Gavin Drake of Inspire International who are both charity trustees.

Mr McNally told how the club worked with the charity and encouraged businesses to help raise the £1m target.

Mr Drake, who specialises in inspirational talks on peak performance, motivation, team work and communication, said your most precious resources were time, and valuing it, and your mind and having a positive attitude. He then interviewed Mr Hughton about how time and attitude were important in getting the best performances on the pitch.

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