Garage wins game-changing makeover through Pagid Workshop Winners

Published:  05 September, 2017

Pagid has awarded a UK workshop a £10,000 upgrade, through its Workshop Winners campaign, which took place this summer.

ABP Motorsport, based in Shavington near Crewe were the lucky winners.

ABP Motorsport’s Chris Meredith entered the Workshop Winners competition after purchasing Pagid brake parts from his local Euro Car Parts. After over 12,500 entries, Chris was drawn as the grand prize winner. Chris was presented with the cheque for £10,000 by head of UK sales for TMD Friction Nick Hayes and Euro Car Parts marketing director, Bill Stimson. The cheque allows ABP Motorsport to choose from the biggest range and best workshop equipment from Euro Car Parts Workshop Solutions - with Pagid picking up the tab.

Chris Meredith, managing director of ABP Motorsport, commented: “Lots of our equipment here at ABP needs upgrading, especially our MOT bay. The money will help us to make the necessary improvements and will kick start our bigger plans to make substantial investments to benefit our team and loyal customers.” There have been many more winners in the campaign, with instant wins including 18-piece pneumatic wind back toolsets, 10-piece pro brake toolsets, Workshop Winners t-shirts and A3 retro signs.

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