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McLarens win business award

LEONGATHA based CPK McLaren MotorBody is the premier vehicle body repair business in Gippsland.
Backed by its recent award as finalist in the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC), Best Body Repairer and only Gippsland finalist, the business is now the winner of Services – Trade and Construction category in the Bendigo Bank Gippsland Business Awards.
With its highly qualified staff of eight full-time, vehicles are repaired to vehicle manufacturers’ specifications only, with 100 percent correct repair method using only genuine brand parts and utilising latest certified green stamp technologies, diagnostic fault discovery and safety restraint system equipment.
With the business growing rapidly and currently transitioning into an environmentally responsible vehicle body repair business in an industry traditionally not, CPK McLaren MotorBody is definitely a leader in its industry.
The Gala Presentation Dinner was held in Traralgon on Friday, August 26, and showcased the best businesses throughout the seven Gippsland shires.

Standout performers: Craig and Pam McLaren of CPK McLaren MotorBody, Leongatha, celebrate their win in the Gippsland Business Awards.

Standout performers: Craig and Pam McLaren of CPK McLaren MotorBody, Leongatha, celebrate their win in the Gippsland Business Awards.

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