Parksville’s Family Ford earns President’s Award

Formerly Joe Cunningham Ford, the business has won the award for the last three years

Family Ford LTD of Parksville is among an elite group of Ford and Lincoln dealerships to be recognized with the 2016 President’s Award by Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited. The President’s Award, Ford of Canada’s highest dealership honour, is presented annually to those dealerships who demonstrate outstanding achievement in sales and customer satisfaction.

For 2016, Ford of Canada is recognizing Ford and Lincoln dealers across the country for providing a superior customer experience in sales, service and overall dealership experience. Family Ford LTD (formerly Joe Cunningham Ford) has received the President’s Award from Ford of Canada for the last three years.

“Earning The President’s Award signifies our entire family’s dedication to delivering superior customer satisfaction day in and day out,” said owner Ann Marie Clark. “I couldn’t be more proud of the team to receive this recognition, especially since it comes from the people we value most our guests. They’re the reason we are able to accept this award.”

Submitted by Ford of Canada

 

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