Bridgnorth firm are finalists

An independent Shropshire car firm has been named a finalist in two categories of this year’s Shropshire Business Award. The team at David Dexters in Bridgnorth has been shortlisted in the Best Small Business and Outstanding Customer Service categories of the prestigious awards, with the winners due to be announced at press time.
Managing director Richard Whitney says, “We are delighted to have been shortlisted in both of the categories we entered this year and can’t wait until the winners are announced.
“The shortlisting success is all thanks to our team who work hard every day of the year to ensure we are providing a top-quality service for all of our customers. As we said in our entries: the three key parts of our guarantee of providing a quality service are honesty – providing a true assessment of the problem, efficiency – using the latest technology, and affordability – with no hidden costs.”


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