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Still Game TV stars open new look Glasgow Showroom

28 August 2018 Press Release

Tam and Isa from TV comedy Still Game have officially opened the new-look Motorpoint Glasgow showroom.

The pair, played by Mark Cox and Jane McCarry respectively, took time out from filming the final series of the hit BBC series to help welcome customers to the new showroom. Based on Hamilton Road in Mount Vernon, it has recently been revamped following a substantial investment in the Scottish branch.

Motorpoint teamed up with Glasgow-based award-winning interior architects BSD Associates earlier this year to transform its popular showroom into a unique experiential space. Car buyers can relax in comfort to choose, buy and drive away with a low mileage nearly car from 30 different manufacturers on the same day.

The new look showroom took over two months to create and boasts a boutique style Moto Café, where customers can choose from a wide selection of hot and cold food. There’s also a Kids Zone and an area dedicated to customer’s four-legged friends – as part of the branch’s continuing support for The Dog’s Trust.

Adam Gilmore, General Manager of Motorpoint Glasgow, said, “We are extremely grateful to Tam and Isa for officially opening our fantastic new-look showroom. Staff, suppliers and customers alike were delighted to see them take time out to help celebrate our big day. Plus, with the huge savings off list price on offer at Motorpoint, we even managed to prise Tam’s wallet out of his pocket on the day in case he wanted to put the deposit on a new car.”

Motorpoint established its branch in Glasgow over 15 years ago. Since then, Motorpoint has sold a low mileage nearly new car to every postal code area in Scotland. Located close to the M74, all cars come with less than 25,000 miles and the balance of the manufacturer’s warranty.

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Motorpoint is proud to work with The Dog’s Trust. For more info on the work they do, please visit https://www.dogstrust.org.uk/.