By Jamie White – Head of Communications
There’s been plenty of activity this week at Douglas Stafford, with head office team members, shoppers and client visits keeping everyone busy.
Today (Friday) team members at Lakeside North Harbour have donned their own casual clothes – and paid for the privilege – to raise money for the company’s charity of the year, The Rowans Hospice.
Also this week, new Video Mystery Shopper recruits have been put through their paces with an intensive two-day training course, to ensure they become amongst the best in the field, covering the UK.
As the Rugby World Cup gets into full flow, Mobile phone giant O2 has rebranded its 377 high street stores to show its support for the England rugby team at the World Cup.
The ‘O’ has been removed in the company’s logo and replaced with an English rose on all store fronts. You can read more here.
Team members at Marshall Volvo Cambridge are fundraising to support BEN – the UK’s dedicated automotive charity’s – Bangers4Ben event.
The challenge is to find a car for £700 or less, decorate it and for Darren Angel (Service Controller) and Nathan Panting to be in fancy dress. Find our more here.
Ducati has revealed the new livery of its new Diavel Carbon, which goes on sale to the public in October.
The bike is more aggressive and refined than ever, thanks to brand new graphics and a series of new technical and aesthetic features. Read more here.