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Yarrawonga Toyota plans April opening

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March 07, 2018

Yarrawonga Toyota Principal Dealer Robin Brewer confirmed his Yarrawonga dealership will be the newest built in regional Victoria for many years.

Yarrawonga Toyota Principal Dealer Robin Brewer confirmed last week his new Yarrawonga dealership will be complete ready for customers in April.

Mr Brewer, who has owned the Toyota Dealership in Cobram for many years, said construction by local company Kennedy Builders has progressed well and builders should be off site in March allowing for the final touches before an opening date in April.
“It’s looking fantastic and is an exciting to see this development take place in Yarrawonga.
“It has been in the planning for many years,” Mr Brewer said.
“I am looking forward to opening the doors and excited to be part of the ongoing growth of Yarrawonga, Mulwala.”
Mr Brewer confirmed the dealership, which is to create up to 12 new jobs, will include new and used cars, showroom, customer lounge along with a fully functional modern service workshop and a genuine spare parts section.  The workshop area also features six new hosts, two separate wash bays at the rear and a further detailing bay.
“Customers can expect a modern dealership backed up by a modern service facility with the latest equipment,” Mr Brewer said.
“It will be a welcome addition for our existing loyal customers in the Yarrawonga area along with other vehicle owners who currently travel out of town to buy their cars or have them serviced.”
Mr Brewer confirmed his Yarrawonga dealership will be the newest built in regional Victoria for many years.
Further developments at the Kaiela Business Park also includes a new commercial site which will house Tradelink one of Australia’s biggest plumbing supply chains.
Kaiela Business Park is a joint development by Judd & Sons and the Pellicano Group and is zoned B2 and B4 offering potential use for bulky goods, display yards, car dealerships and showrooms.
The development offers land for sale or pre-lease as well as land and building packages and offers exposure for tenants on one of the main entrance routes to Yarrawonga.
The business park also has zoning in place to accommodate a supermarket and retail development.

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