Toyota Jamaica and Crichton Automotive Limited walked away with the top awards(new car dealer of the year and used car dealer of the year, respectively) at last night’s Auto Dealer Cocktails, hosted by NCB, under the theme, Driven. NCB feted over 60 of its ‘Driven’ new and used auto dealers at the sixth annual staging of the event, held at the Hope Botanical Gardens’ Pavilion yesterday.
Stewarts Auto Sales Limited and ATL Motors placed second and third respectively, under the new car dealer category; Auto Channel and GK Motors were awarded second and third place, respectively, under the used car dealers.
NCB’s Deputy Group Managing Director, Dennis Cohen, pointed to the importance that it places on its stakeholders. “As a strong indigenous Jamaican brand we pride ourselves on the innovation and relevance we continue to offer our various stakeholders – our auto dealers being one of them. As we celebrate 175 years of service to this great nation, NCB remains driven to make the financial success of its partners and customers, our business.”
Courtney Macko of Toyota Jamaica won two awards - new car dealer sales representative and most improved new car sales representative awards. Second and third place awardees were Andrea Drummond-Hart of ATL Motors and David Morgan of Fidelity Motors.
Other top awardees were: Stewart Motors - most improved new car dealer and McKoy’s Auto Imports as most improved used car dealer.
“NCB remains driven and is committed to being a consistently supportive and relevant financial partner,” said Audrey Tugwell-Henry, NCB’s Senior General Manager, Retail Banking. “One of our primary objectives is to afford our customers highly competitive rates and loan packages based on their needs and delivered within a timeline that will delight.”