IGA UP FOR ‘COVID CHAMPION’ AWARD

The Independent Garage Association (IGA) has been shortlisted for the new ‘Covid Champion Award’ at the 2021 Learning Awards, for the support it has given to garages throughout the pandemic.

Stuart James IGA Director
Stuart James

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Stuart James, IGA CEO, commented: “We are delighted to be shortlisted for the Covid Champion Award. The pandemic has created many challenges for every individual and business, and it has been an honour to support members in the government’s battle to overcome it. As a trade body, this is what we are here for – to support our sector in times of need.

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“Although there are still tough times ahead, the IGA has worked extremely hard to develop a fully rounded solution for independent garage businesses so they can keep informed and continue to operate safely. However, as the situation evolves, we will adapt.”

The Learning Awards ceremony will take place on Thursday 18 February 2021.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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