Supporting your local football club is an age old tradition and even the teams in the lowest echelons of the football pyramid deserve backing. Hence Greenhous Commercials, which includes the VW Van Centre in Bilston and Greenhous DAF trucks from Willenhall, got together to provide some sponsorship for the Black Country club.
Greenhous has always been aware of its responsibilities in the community and has consistently looked for ways in which to support community groups. As a result of the proposed development of the former High Ercall air base by Greenhous for vehicle storage, the company approached the local primary school to see how they could be supported.
Recently arrived at Greenhous VW Commercials in Bilston is Emma Beckett in the role of Showroom host and receptionist. With a front of house desk, Emma is on hand to welcome customers to the dealership and help with initial enquiries. Emma is used to speaking with people having worked in various roles in casinos in previous jobs.
A family-owned Shropshire business has unveiled a unique new vehicle in a pledge of solidarity with local dairy farmers. Tudor Griffiths Group, in Wood Lane, Ellesmere, has invested in a new concrete truck that has been especially sign-written to resemble the markings on a Holstein Friesian cow.
The vast majority of manufacturing processes result in some form of chemical waste. These have to be safely disposed of and Hazport of Whitchurch is a specialist business which deals with the safe collection and disposal of such wastes. To carry out this service they use DAF trucks provide by Greenhous DAF of Shrewsbury.
The annual Caravan and Motorhome Show held at Shrewsbury based Salop Leisure, always proves to be a very busy time with dozens of new touring caravans, motorhomes and holiday chalets on display ready for 2017. Exploration of the countryside has never been so popular and everything one could need is available at Salop Leisure.
Greenhous wish to give a big thank you to the staff at Fleet Services in Stoke-on-Trent. Angie Birks arranged a cake sale at the last minute but it still raised £50 for Macmillan. Also thanks are due to the staff at Group Office at Vincent House, Shrewsbury, where their sale raised £66.27 according to co-ordinator, Danielle Whyte.