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Wessex Garages revealed as official media vehicle sponsor of Bristol Sport

Wessex Garages have teamed up once again with Bristol City and Bristol Bears as the official media vehicle sponsor of Bristol Sport for the 2018/19 season.

As part of the partnership, they have kindly provided two Mazda CX-5 cars for the Bristol Sports Comms team to use as they travel the length and breadth of the country, telling the story behind the club’s campaigns.

The well-respected motor dealer group has strong roots in the local community, originally founded over thirty years ago with one location in Bristol it now boasts seven locations across the southwest including three in the city.

Its Pennywell Road dealership recently took on the Mazda brand and received a dramatic refurbishment, the Kia dealership on Feeder Road recently received a facelift and the £5 million Nissan brand centre at Cribbs Causeway has gone from strength to strength since its opening in 2016.

“Wessex Garages have been long-term supporters of the clubs and it’s great to see this partnership with the Bristol Sport group extend for a third year."

Lisa Knights, group head of communications

Media manager Ed Lewis with Wessex Garages managing director Keith Brock (via JMPUK).

Group head of communications, Lisa Knights said: “Wessex Garages have been long-term supporters of the clubs and it’s great to see this partnership with the Bristol Sport group extend for a third year. Our communications teams travel to every game, home and away, and the reliability and comfort of Wessex Garages’ vehicles ensure those journeys are always enjoyable.”

Keith Brock, managing director of Wessex Garages, said: “For both Bristol Bears and Bristol City FC, it’s a hugely exciting season in store and we’re delighted to, once again, play our part in supporting the clubs and the communications teams.”

Wessex Garages has outlets in Bristol, Cardiff, Gloucester and Newport. It specialises in new and used car sales across South Wales and the South West. 

For more information, please call Wessex Garages on 0117 916 5656, visit wessexgarages.com, follow the company on Twitter at twitter.com/wessexgarages or log on to facebook.com/wessexgarages.


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