Mark brings his expertise to Pukekohe

 

 

Waiuku's Mark McDonagh knows the business of selling. 
Having worked in various sales roles for nearly 20 years, he is continuing to share his knowledge and expertise with his customers. He started in Waiuku, before heading to work in Takanini, before going back to Waiuku.
He has now taken up a new position at Pukekohe Toyota, and while he is only one week into the job, he is excited for his future with the company. 
"Toyota is a great brand," he says. 
Mark is also happy to stay and work local. "I've lived in Waiuku my whole life, it's nice to work in the area." 
Mark wants his customers to know the top service they have received will continue at Pukekohe Toyota.  
"This role is something new for me," he says, "I've previously sold used cars, and this will be the first time selling new cars as well. There's a great range of vehicles here," he says. 
Mark is ready to help out all his customers, both old and new with their new and used vehicle queries. 
If you're looking for a friendly, familiar face head in to Pukekohe Toyota at 45 Manukau Road.
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