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Winnipeg's Beaver Truck Centre to Open New Volvo Dealership in Brandon, Manitoba

Brandon location to offer new Volvo trucks, all makes of used trucks

Winnipeg's Beaver Truck Centre to Open New Volvo Dealership in Brandon, Manitoba

Beaver Truck Centre, Manitoba's award-winning Volvo and Hino dealership, has announced the plan to open a new location in Brandon, Manitoba. Patrick Southall and Norm Verboom, who are respected professionals in the transportation industry, will lead the company's move to serve customers in Brandon's thriving market.

The recently completed Beaver Truck Volvo dealership is conveniently located at the Northeast corner of Highway 1 and Highway 10. The new state-of-the-art 16,000 square foot facility boasts 10 service bays, a large open parts area and a truck sales department. As in Winnipeg, customers will have access to purchase new Volvo trucks and all makes of used trucks.

"We are very excited to see our team grow" said Barry Searcy, President of Beaver Truck Centre. "The opening of Beaver Truck Centre in Brandon is a natural outgrowth of the strong Volvo customer base we already have in that region. This new location strengthens our commitment with Volvo and our customers to build a lasting presence in Manitoba."

Patrick who has been with Beaver Truck Centre for 18 years will be the Operations Manager and Norm will be returning to become the Sales Manager.

Join Beaver Truck Centre for their Grand Opening Open House!

At Beaver Truck Centre’s New Volvo Dealership in Brandon, Manitoba

125 Middleton Avenue East, Brandon - Northeast corner of Hwy 1 and Hwy 10

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

11:00am – 7:00pm

Everyone is welcome.

Company info

33 Oak Point Highway
Winnipeg, MB
CA, R2R 0T8

Website:
beavertrucks.com

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