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TGA makes trade network commitment amid coronavirus pandemic

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TGA Mobility has announced that it has put in measures to adapt the business allowing it to remain open, despite the coronavirus pandemic.

The business is continuing to support its trade network, keeping its ordering, parts, warranty and servicing departments open while adhering to government safety guidelines.

Dealers can also use its PR and marketing service to generate local news on digital newspapers and to improve website content.

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TGA offers quality photography, videos and written content for better Google rankings and more sales enquiries.

It hopes it will be able to help its partners strengthen their standing now, so that they can emerge from the current situation better than ever.

Daniel Stone, TGA managing director, commented: “We are working hard as a business to adapt and support dealers in any way we can. Our trade team are fully committed and pulling together to offer the best service we can through this difficult time.

“This is why we have kept our added value marketing and public relations support going for dealers. We believe this is a unique offering currently and underlines our commitment.”

Stone concluded: “We all have business challenges and risks however helping one another at this time will help us all pull through. Our trade service remains robust and dependable; with the added value all dealers have come to expect.”

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