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Dealership celebrates 111th heritage anniversary

By ATASA MOCEITUBA
Thursday, June 19, 2014

Update: 2:30PM FORD Motor Company's local dealership celebrated its annual Heritage Month last night in Suva by offering special promotions for the month of June on Ford vehicles.

Shreedhar Motors Limited national sales and marketing manager Jagdish Chand said Ford Motor Company usually celebrated the event in June but the date varied depending on convenience.

"To honour Ford Motor Company's 111th anniversary, we will offer customers special deals and promotions throughout the month to commemorate the special day," he said.

"Special offers for customers include special heritage discount on motor vehicles, parts and services."

He said Ford range of vehicles were luxurious and affordable.







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