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Our 50th Birthday Year … Let the Celebrations begin!

Our 50th Year … let the celebrations begin!

In May 1967 my Father, Col Crawford, started his own business on a small block of land in Brookvale. Dad was really lucky that a Bank Manager was prepared to back him, lending him the money to buy the Pittwater Rd land that had a burnt out cottage on it.

Look Who’s Driving the Warringah Rats Rugby Team This Season!

Col Crawford Hyundai are back as a Platinum sponsor in 2016, marking their 31st year as a partner of the RATS.  “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the RATS in season 2016!,” said Managing Director Steve Crawford.  “It is apparent the Club is really moving forward – “blossoming” both on-field and for supporters and members.  Col Crawford’s has been sponsoring the Club in one way or another since 1985 and we look forward to many more years to come.”

Carols by the Sea 2015 – Col Crawford Hyundai partner with Avalon Beach Surf Life Saving Club

Col Crawford, together with our business partner Hyundai, are thrilled to be a Gold Sponsor for this year’s Carols by the Sea at Avalon Beach, in aid of Avalon Beach Surf Life Saving Club.  To be held on Saturday 19th December from 6pm, there will be a food fair, entertainment and Santa of course.  The carols will commence at 7pm through to 9pm.  Journalist and Newsreader Ron Wilson will MC the night.

Outstanding Service Staff Achievements – 3 Cheers

Cheer 1 – Winners Are Grinners @ Our Honda Service Department. With much pleasure we congratulate 2 of our team members from our Honda Service Department, namely Apprentice Joseph Attana and Technician Joel Marsters. Joseph won the Honda Aust Apprentice Competition for NSW and Joel won the Honda Aust Technician Competition for NSW (2nd year in a row).

Women on Wheels night

Col Crawford was thrilled to host a free community service event – Women on Wheels. Designed to be an empowering even, it gave attendees a better understanding of how cars work and some tricks of the trade to help if they do get into trouble one day, for instance through a dead battery or flat tyre.