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Select Car Leasing officially open town centre shopfront

26th May marked a special occasion for Select Car Leasing who officially opened their town centre office at 23-24 Market Place on a sunny afternoon. As key partners of Reading Football Club, the ribbon was cut by chairman Sir John Madejski who came down to lend his support to the event.

The day attracted a fair crowd over the course of the afternoon with several high performance cars dawning on the main square, a raffle prize draw and driving simulator competition all on show. The opening of the shop marks a significant occasion for the business - giving customers the option to view the atest deals & be talked through the entire process face-to-face by an advisor. If you're ever in the area, don't hesitate to stop by!

Company Director Mark Tongue said:

“Leasing is becoming such a popular way to drive a new car and we’ve always wanted to have a presence in the local area. By opening the shop, it gives customers the added benefit of being able to come in and be guided through the process, getting the best advice from our team and putting a face to what has largely been an internet business”

With the company's name appearing on the dugouts and around the ground at every home fixture, Reading FC chairman Sir John Madjeski outlined the importance of the partnership:

“It’s such a positive thing to be able to open a new shop in the centre of Reading for Select Car Leasing, who are a big sponsor of Reading Football Club. They do a lot of good work in the local community for charities such as the Sue Ryder Hospice and the homeless. They’re a really good Reading company that is growing by the minute”

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