Presenter Hails Automotive Franchise

16 December 2010


A presenter of Channel five’s Gadget Show chose ChipsAway to repair her car after she scraped the bumper.
Pollyanna Woodward, one of the newest presenters of the Gadget Show, which features all the latest gizmos in the world of technology, was so pleased with her ChipsAway car repair franchise experience she even Tweeted about it!
Pollyanna posted on Twitter: ‘Busy morning, shopping, packing and ChipsAway came today to do my car - excellent job....very impressed, off to film with gadget this evening.’
In fact, she was that pleased with her ChipsAway repair on her MR2, she even posted photos of before and after shots for her 15,000 Twitter followers to see. ‘These are my pics from before & after "ChipsAway" came....1 happy bunny :)’
ChipsAway is the UK’s leading automotive paintwork repair specialist and has a network of 350 specialists nationwide. Operating from vehicles customised as fully equipped mobile workshops, ChipsAway can provide high quality, convenient and competitively priced repairs within just a few hours - at a fraction of the price of traditional body shop methods.
Lloyd Evans, Chief Executive of ChipsAway, said: “It’s brilliant that ChipsAway is being recognised in this way. It’s exciting that a celebrity chose to use ChipsAway and very pleasing that she made the effort to Tweet about it.
Other declared ChipsAway fans in the celebrity world include Vicki Butler-Henderson, presenter of Fifth Gear, and Quentin Willson who has written about ChipsAway in his Sunday Mirror column.

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