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Holden hosts Collision Repair event at AMCAP

On Thursday 13 October Holden hosted an event at AMCAP’s Welshpool Distribution Centre for some 90+ WA customers.

The evening provided an opportunity for customers, experts from Holden and iCar along with local AMCAP management and staff to get together and check out a range of Holden vehicles including the latest model Colorado, AMCAP’s Holden Trade Club Utes and the cars from Beat the Heat.

Damian Cahill, Collision Business Manager, General Motors said, “Holden is pleased to host events all over the country to support its customers with the latest vehicle repair knowledge and procedures.”

Holden technical experts presented updated technical material, general information on a whole range of repair procedures accessible online, guidelines on the do’s and don’t’s and highlights of the Darwin Awards that can be summed up by dodgy repair jobs.

Customers also enjoyed tours of AMCAP’s warehouse premises where they were able to learn first-hand the process of how their orders are placed, packed and delivered.

During the evening John Mc-Coy Lancaster, commentator at many major motoring events across Australia, including Bathurst the week prior, was on hand to interview Sergeant Michael Pearson from Beat the Heat to learn more about the initiative that aims to build alliances between young drivers and the Police. Mike said, “the Beat the Heat team  had made a few changes to the cars over the off season and they were eagerly looking forward to the season kick off this weekend.”

Leighton Panel and Paint were the lucky door prize winners taking home two VIP tickets to visit the GM Holden Assembly Plant in Adelaide.