Coughlin top salesperson in state — again


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Nick Coughlin, right, receives an award for being top GM sales in the state of Ohio from Heiner Steffan, a GM representative.


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A salesperson from Coughlin Auto in London was the top salesperson in the state for two consecutive years, selling more General Motors vehicles than any other person in Ohio in 2015 and 2016.

Nick Coughlin was recognized at the 2017 General Motors (GM) Awards Breakfast, held at the Columbus Convention Center March 16 in conjunction with the Columbus Auto Show.

In 2016, he sold more than 360 new Chevy and GMC vehicles — a new record. The next closest sales was 277 new sold.

Coughlin Auto in London this year had two sales people awarded. Charlie McCoy also received an award for top 100 in the state.

“For this store to have two salespeople representing the top awarded people is very exciting and shows there dedication to their customers and the brand,” a spokesperson said. “I have never seen salespeople work ethic and customer service any better than these two here out of this one location.”

GM sales were up 14 percent in 2016 for another record year, according to a release.

“The new product out is truly the best ever in style and performance,” a spokesperson said. “And GM vehicles’ awards and recognition this year have proven why they rank first now with over 2,500 sales people and 1,400 dealers.”

“It’s not uncommon to see one of our customers just stop in to talk and hang out to visit for a while or bring in some homemade cookies to share. It is truly a place to have fun, relax and buy a car same day if you want.”

Coughlin Auto is located at 255 Lafayette St., London.

Nick Coughlin, right, receives an award for being top GM sales in the state of Ohio from Heiner Steffan, a GM representative.
http://madison-press.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Coughlin-Nickpiccol.jpgNick Coughlin, right, receives an award for being top GM sales in the state of Ohio from Heiner Steffan, a GM representative. Contributed photo

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