Marshall Citroen is smelling of roses
Everything was coming up roses recently, when a team of four working on behalf of Marshall Citroën appeared at various locations around Cambridge Town Centre and to spread a little happiness among Cambridge shoppers.
Emerging from two gleaming Citroën DS3 models on Saturday, December 22, the team distributed fresh red roses to passing pedestrians to raise a few smiles, and help generate awareness of the Citroën range of vehicles, including the eagerly awaited DS3 Cabriolet which will be arriving early in the New Year.
Bob Cadby, general manager at Marshall Citroen, said: “It always feels blooming good to do something nice for people ‘just because’.
“Our team had great fun meeting local shoppers, so who knows when we’ll be next doing something similar? Keep your eyes peeled for the Marshall DS3s near you!”
For more information about the Citroën range, including the DS3 and DS3 Cabriolet, visit www.marshall cambridge.citroen.co.uk or call (01223) 377400.
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