Dealer principal leaves on a high note

2016-12-14 06:01
 Photo: tania sandberg Mark White Nissan recently said goodbye to their Dealer Principal, Erwin Vermaak. The staff is carrying him on their hands, as he has done over the past two years. Participating (from left) are Carol Mathews, Mark Boshoff, Travis Clarke, Eddie van der Merwe, Essop Monsoor, Crystal Rosendahl and Bianca Nothnagel.

Photo: tania sandberg Mark White Nissan recently said goodbye to their Dealer Principal, Erwin Vermaak. The staff is carrying him on their hands, as he has done over the past two years. Participating (from left) are Carol Mathews, Mark Boshoff, Travis Clarke, Eddie van der Merwe, Essop Monsoor, Crystal Rosendahl and Bianca Nothnagel.

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MOTOR Dealership Mark White Nissan opened its doors in October 2014 under the leadership of Dealer Principal Erwin Vermaak.

Vermaak moved to Amanzimtoti from Johannesburg and quickly settled into the more relaxed lifestyle. He enjoyed playing a game of golf and walking with his dogs on the beach. But now the time has come for him to move back to Johannesburg.

“As they say home is where the heart is, and my heart is with my family in Johannesburg. My one daughter will soon give birth to a little girl and I would like to be there,” he said.

He admits he does not have any fixed plan, probably for the first time in his life.

“I never had a holiday for longer than two weeks, so I will first have a long holiday and see whereto from there,” he said smiling.

He said he would miss the Amanzimtoti community the most.

“There are so many people who care, it is a really special community, everybody bands together.”

Marketing executive Carol Mathews said: “Erwin was our captain, and the best captain a ship could ever have, it will be hard to fill his captaincy hat. Most community based sponsors, help given, was always given a go ahead by him.

“He is a total giver and cared from the bottom of his heart. He will be sorely missed by his staff, especially his Chief Travis Clarke and me.”

Vermaak leaves on a high note with their best in sales to date last month. It will be a sure gain for Johannesburg.

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