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McGavock Nissan receives Nissan Global Award for 10th time

Nissan Global Award (Source: Nissan) Nissan Global Award (Source: Nissan)

Provided by McGavock Nissan

McGavock Nissan Lubbock, is pleased to announce that they are again the recipient of the Nissan Global Award.

The award is sponsored by Nissan Motor Company, Ltd., and is presented to an elite group of Nissan Dealers from around the world who are recognized for their commitment to sales, customer satisfaction and owner loyalty.

Only 50 of more than 1000 Nissan U. S. dealerships are recipients of this prestigious award. This is McGavock's tenth year to receive this Nissan award.

Last year The Nissan Global Award replaced the Circle of Excellence designation and expands the award's recognition to one of international importance. The highly selective nomination and evaluation process results in an International collection of Nissan dealers that are proudly recognized as Nissan's "best-of-the-best."

"We are very pleased to receive the Nissan Global Award for the tenth time. We are very proud of the men and women who everyday strive to make our Nissan dealership not only the best in our markets, but in the United States and around the world. Without their dedication it would not be possible for us to receive this award,"  said Steve McGavock.

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