NEWS ➤ Mercedes-Benz Vans is off to the dogs

28 Feb

Foreign Correspondent


Already attracting a long list of canine-associated customers from dog walkers to animal charities and pet transport, Mercedes-Benz Vans is this year exhibiting its dog-friendly vehicles at Crufts, the world’s largest dog show, taking place 9-12 March 2017 at the NEC, Birmingham.


Representatives from Mercedes-Benz Vans will be in Hall 2 on stand 2-5 and 2-6 to highlight how the award-winning range of vehicles, including a Vito Tourer and Citan crew van displayed on the stand, can help keep dog-owners and businesses moving with the added benefits customers get when choosing the three-pointed star.

Steve Bridge, Managing Director, Mercedes-Benz Vans UK Ltd, said: “Anyone who knows me knows how passionate I am about animal welfare, being a very proud dog owner to a wonderful Westie called Gilbert.


“The business touchpoints that come from being a dog owner, from groomers to walkers to veterinary practices and everything in between all have a requirement for safe vehicles to carry our four-legged friends, so Crufts provides a great opportunity to show how our vans can be adapted to suit.”

In addition to the award-winning levels of safety across the range of vans, Mercedes-Benz customers also benefit from ‘out of hours’ maintenance across more than 110 Mercedes-Benz Vans service points throughout the UK, and when out on the road, free roadside assistance across the UK and Europe that comes as part of the 30-year free MobiloVan cover with every Mercedes-Benz Vans vehicle purchase.

See you at Crufts!

Footnote: No Westies, managing directors, Vito’s or Citan’s were harmed in the development of this piece.


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