Dirk Ellis VW driving businesses forward

2015-10-22 06:00
Dirk Ellis Volkswagen in Jeffreys Bay are driving businesses in the Kouga region forward. 

Dirk Ellis Volkswagen in Jeffreys Bay are driving businesses in the Kouga region forward. Photo: SUPPLIED

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FINDING the right business partner to drive your business forward can be a challenging task.

Many questions come to mind: Where does one start? What attributes do you need to look out for? When choosing a partner, trust is one of the most important attributes to look out for in any human being. The same relates to a business vehicle. You need to be assured of one thing – absolute unfaltering reliability.

Where does a business start to find the most suitable wheels? Research is important, as knowledge is key – know what you are looking for and gather as much information as possible. A good starting point would be asking others. Word of mouth is always the most reliable source of reference. So, what do businesses in the Kouga area have to say as to which vehicle brand would be the best ‘business partner’ for their business? One trusted brand was mentioned throughout – Dirk Ellis Volkswagen.

“I buy Volkswagen because I think it is the best brand and the service is exceptional,” says real estate agent Sandra Hattingh of RealNice Properties Jeffreys Bay. She has been driving VW for almost 10-years. Tina Ekermans of True Technologies replies: “The Caddy is ideal for our industry with ample storage space, good engine capacity and fuel efficiency. We trust the VW brand and we are happy with the after-sales support received from Dirk Ellis Volkswagen”.

Other local and surrounding businesses which have put their trust in Volkswagen vehicles are Agri Dairy, Amabula, Aqua Spa, Beesland Butchery, Billabong, Bob Meikle Handyman, Cape Cross, Carbonology Sport, Chartel, Compu-Camm Signs, Jeffreys Bay Courant, Kitchen Windows, InFood, Labacor, Love Food andamp; 3FatFish, Landamp;A Number Plates, RVCA, Shorty’s Refrigeration, Spar, Timion, Tsitsikamma Crystal Waters.

It is evident that Jeffreys Bay’s Das Auto team certainly knows businesses’ needs. “We assist clients to find the right driving partner,” said New Vehicle Sales Manager Dirk Ellis Junior. Why are the Commercial Vehicles so popular? “Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles are built with businesses in mind. No matter how big, small or unique the business demands are, there is a ‘work horse’ that is right for the job,” says Ellis Junior.

Whether it’s the versatile Caddy, the hard-working Crafter, or the tough and smart Amarok, they have the transport solution that is ready to partner your business and help it succeed. Partner with the best for your business. Get a Volkswagen Commercial Vehicle

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