NORFOLK ESTATE AGENT HITS THE ROAD IN COLOURFUL NEW FLEET

Published 7 June 2016

Staff at a Norfolk estate agent will be hitting the road in style after they took possession of  brand new fleet of branded Toyota Aygos. 

Clive Hedges of Arnolds Keys received the keys of the four eye-catching vehicles from Damian Pavy of Dingles Toyota in Norwich, and the colourful cars are already in use at the firm’s Norwich, Cromer, North Walsham and Sheringham offices.

The graphics, which feature photographs of Norfolk landscapes as well as Arnolds Keys’ logo and corporate colours, were designed and executed by another local company, Autograph Graphics.

Clive Hedges, residential partner at Arnolds Keys, commented, “We are delighted with the new cars.  Not only do they showcase our brand, but the images depicting local towns and countryside really set them apart.  We are Norfolk’s largest locally-based independent estate agent, so it’s entirely apt that our new vehicles showcase the county as well as our own identity.

“We are also delighted to have worked with two other locally-based companies to bring this project to fruition – it is important for local businesses to support one another.”

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