Ford Kuruman launches Claremont

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Ford Kuruman has opened a new out-let for selected pre-owned vehicles. This is part of a stock holding of more than 600 vehicles of various models.
During the launch of and fun day with their clients, the sales manager Dries Strauss said that for the past two and half years in operation, Ford has had plea-sant support in and around Kuruman. This has enabled Ford Kuruman to bring the sister company, Claremont Holdings, to render a broader service to its clientele.
“We do finance, buy cars for cash and take trade-ins. If you can't get the vehicle of your choice in our stock, tell us, we will find it for you, that is our motto. Ford Kuruman believes in diversity and, as such, we don't have a special colour or race in every facet
of our business. We tolerate each and ev-ery client, hence we have employed and we still employ all colours in every department to ensure that locals benefit of the existence of our brand in their midst,” said Mr Strauss.
Apart from its core business, sales and service, Ford will soon be introducing a mi-ni-market for home goods every first Satur-day of the month, where stalls will be alloca-ted to sell domestic goods on the day. A daily clothing bank is also available in the precinct where donors can bring their items for donations to the needy. Mr Strauss be-lieves that society will never be equal and it is very normal that the haves must take care of the have-nots to balance the societal eq-uation.