BRAND NEW SHOWROOM FOR BARTON'S

BRAND NEW SHOWROOM FOR BARTON'S

LEADING car dealership Barton’s Motors will open a new showroom this week, marketing four key brands.


Based at Wynnum on Brisbane’s bayside, dealer principal Mark Beitz says the redevelopment of the showroom marks both a positive investment into the local community and a significant step forward for the company.


“We have confidence in the Australian motor market, so therefore we believe that the opening of our new dealership is worth celebrating,” says Beitz.


In addition to the new development, the dealership has invested in technology for its facilities in an effort to improve vehicle servicing capabilities.


Beitz says this technological investment will pay off in the long term and assist in furthering Barton’s ten-year-plan.

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