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Premier Equipment Norwich Grand Opening on 17th May

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Premier Equipment Norwich Grand Opening on 17th May

Time: June 17, 2022 from 3pm to 9pm
Location: 265721 Maple Dell Road
City/Town: Norwich, ON N0J 1P0
Website or Map: https://www.premierequipment.…
Phone: 519-688-1011
Event Type: inauguration, ceremony
Organized By: Premier Equipment Norwich
Latest Activity: Jun 16

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Event Description

We are excited. We had over 1000 people attend our event this past Friday in Listowel. We are anticipating nearly double that in Norwich this week!

We’ve made an investment in the future of the industry - putting up 2 new buildings during COVID (one with the largest sq footage of all of Premier’s locations), increasing parts and service capacity to 150% compared to the old locations combined, gathering 4 teams into 2 large teams (Listowel – Mount Forest together/Courtland and Simcoe together) to promote better work-life balance for staff from the smaller stores and potential for individuals to specialize and further prefect their skills (longer, deeper bench). We’re celebrating these things, and inviting folks in to check it out.

Food, Door Prizes, Tours, and Kids Activities!

More info on the facilities and the event can be found at: https://www.premierequipment.ca/news/

Festivities start at 3pm, ribbon cutting is at 4pm!

Norwich location is at corner of Maple Dell Rd and Hwy #59, just south of Norwich.

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