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Simon and Maria Nurse

Simon and Maria Nurse

Motorhome Depot Norwich

The most enjoyable aspect of being a motorhome broker is to be able to help customers make the right choice on the Motorhome that’s just right for them. Unlike a dealer who wants to sell you a vehicle that suits them, we look to find the Motorhome that is the best for our customers. Its our passion to work with great people to match buyers and sellers to get the best for both in a hassle-free way offering impartial help in making the best choice that suits your needs. Layout, style make, model and price are all key factors when choosing your ideal motorhome and we can help you find.

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Paul Hammond

Paul Hammond

Motorhome Depot North Norfolk

My name is Paul. I am past retirement age and still have great enthusiasm for work and meeting people. My life has been involved with building and home improvements. My ethic is to treat customers with honesty and integrity as I feel this is the only way for someone buying or selling products. I recently purchased a motor home through Motorhomedepot.com and I found them to be totally straight and nothing was too much trouble. So, I have joined as an Agent believing that providing an excellent service will help seller and buyer. Do call or email me and I will be pleased to give any help or advice you need.

David Waterhouse Taylor

David Waterhouse Taylor

Motorhome Depot Ipswich

Hello my name is David, I am part of motorhomedepot.com as I believe in the professional service they provide to both buyer and seller of motorhomes. I very much enjoy the leisure industry, travelling and discovering new places is one of my main interests. I look forward to helping you buy or sell your motorhome and providing you with and great and valuable service.

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