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MAZDA DEALER WINS TOP RATING

Bernie Bishop Mazda was recently rated No. 1 by Mazda in the western region for outstanding customer satisfaction in sales and service.

Anthony Smalley, service manager at the dealership, earned membership in the 1999 Presidents Guild of Performers for outstanding service.

I feel my guys are doing a great job for me and my cutsomers, said Rick Bishop, owner of Bernie Bishop Mazda. Ive got an excellent crew.

The ratings were mentioned in the July issue of the Oregon Automobile Dealers Association news bulletin.

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