Gott’s Girls are back to hand deliver completed video series

Gott’s Girls are back to hand deliver completed video series

Gott’s Girls photoMOTOR equipment supplier Gott Technical Services is generating excitement once again as North East mechanics eagerly await a special visit from the glamorous ‘Gott’s Girls’.

To celebrate the completion of Gott’s five-part video demonstration series aptly named ‘Gott’s Guides’, its very own Charlie’s Angels will be making surprise visits to garages across the region to hand deliver complimentary copies of the informative DVDs.

The video series, which has already received in excess of 2000 views on YouTube, was created to help garage owners and mechanics make better informed choices when purchasing equipment and toprovide essential ‘how to’ safety information.

Gott Technical Services Managing Director Ian Gott said: “I’m delighted to see the video guides now complete after just finalizing our fifth edit, and so far they’ve proven to be extremely popular.

“Communicating product information is an essential part of the buying process but it doesn’t need to be done in a dull or dreary way, so we’ve made the video guides as interactive andentertaining as possible.

“We also wanted to make every part of these videos as fun as possible and that’s why we’ve hired our fabulous Gott’s Girls and guys to hand deliver them to garages.”

The video series opens with a demonstration on how to safely maintain a two and four post vehicle lift and the second video dicsusses the Rotary SPOA40NB two post vehicle lift. There is also a special three-part Trademaster MOT Bay mini series which talks the mechanic through the product specifications of the Trademaster lift and jacking beam, headlamp tester and brake tester.

Gott’s Girls’ GuidesGott, which supplies, services and maintains MoT and body shop equipment to the car service and vehicle repair industry, currently has more than 500 active clients from small garages to large multi-site motor retail groups. It also operates as a consultancy in the public transport, haulage, local government and emergency service sectors

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