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Tony Jones celebrates 25 years of service

Tony Jones celebrates 25 years of service
The award of a gold watch to mark 25 years of service has been a tradition at the automotive company Greenhous throughout its history. By the time of its centenary in 2012 there had been 144 presentations. Celebrating the receipt of his gold watch from Paul Thomas, Greenhous Service and Accident Repair Centre Director, is Tony Jones (pictured above).

Tony began his career as a panel beater at Kennings which is now Inchcape. He worked hard for many years and learnt the skill in the workshop. He said “Being a good panel beater is like any other trade, it definitely comes with experience. It was heavy duty work back then too.”

On the 16th July 1990 Tony started working for Greenhous in the specialist body shop and has never looked back. He enjoys his job immensely and has been very fortunate to have worked with some great people along the way and he hopes to spend many more years working for Greenhous.

Tony’s Interests include cycling, motorsport and in-particularly holidays. Tony is embarking on a Mediterranean cruise so he will take the opportunity to show off his watch then for sure.

Tony is the latest in a long line of Greenhous employees who have been rewarded for the longevity of their service to the company.  Greenhous Vauxhall franchise director, Richard Potts, is himself a long serving member of staff and he is delighted with Tony’s award saying: “25 years of service to any company is a major achievement and one which should be richly rewarded and celebrated.  I am delighted for Tony and thank him for his magnificent efforts and wish him many more happy years with Greenhous.”