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Tice and Grand Parade merge

DORSET Vauxhall retailers Tice and Grand Parade Motors have merged to form the UK's largest Vauxhall dealership.

The new company, called Trident, will employ more than 230 people, have a turnover of £50 million and sell more than 5,000 new and used cars annually from a network of seven locations. The move follows the joint takeover by the two companies in August last year of Christchurch and New Milton Vauxhall firm Iford Bridge Motors.

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