Owner’s staff tribute Family affair
GRAND Prix Mazda owner Joe Camilleri has paid tribute to staff at the company.
‘‘ Our team of technicians are fully trained at a factory training centre and hold the necessary skills in order to offer the highest level of service available,’’ Mr Camilleri said.
‘‘ Our factory trained technicians are available to work on any make or model as well as being experts on the Mazda range of vehicles.
‘‘ At Grand Prix Mazda, we also offer to supply and fit tyres, have computerised wheel alignments, air conditioning servicing, repairs and more. No job is too big or small.’’
In the parts division, Mr Camilleri said Grand Prix Mazda carried an extensive range of genuine quality Mazda parts and accessories.
‘‘ We have possibly the largest range of parts for all Mazda passenger and commercial vehicles,’’ Mr Camilleri said.
‘‘ Our distribution centre stocks everything for customers to care for their vehicle’s appearance.
‘‘ Call us for any car care items, polishes, touch-up paints, paint, fabric and leather preservatives, tyres, roof racks, alloy trays and any other genuine accessory.’’
For the past 15 years, Grand Prix Panel and Paint has been regarded as the Mazda repair specialist in Queensland by other repairers and insurance companies, Mr Camilleri said. GRAND Prix Mazda is a family affair for owner Joe Camilleri (pictured) with his three sons working throughout the company.
Oldest son Joseph began life at Grand Prix Mazda in 1991 and is now in charge of fixed operations.
‘‘ Joseph really helped to build the new service centre and took a load off me with the project,’’ Mr Camilleri said.
Jake Camilleri is dealer principal at the Spitfire Court, Caboolture, base having joined the business in 1992.
‘‘ Castrol Australia has also been very supportive and very helpful of Jake in his motor racing,’’ Mr Camilleri said.
Two years later, Luke Camilleri started with the business and is now dealer principal at the Aspley location.
‘‘ Joseph, Jake and myself are all motor mechanics. I am proud of all my family,’’ Mr Camilleri said.
‘‘ My sons are now looking after customers and suppliers who I have been dealing with for more than 40 years.’’