A SUPER Rugby Champ, a local TV personality and an Ironwoman have been named as the latest ambassadors for the Bruce Lynton Group.
Ben Daley, Chloe Maxwell and Courtney Hancock have signed on to help promote the local dealership around the Gold Coast.
Dealer Principal of Bruce Lynton Automotive Group, Beric Lynton, said he is delighted to now have three Brand Ambassadors representing the group.
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“Ben, Chloe and Courtney represent different sporting and lifestyle groups on the Gold Coast and they are all very well-connected and highly respected within their area of expertise,” he said.
“I believe they are a great fit with our brands and we look forward to working closely with them over the next few months to further promote the Bruce Lynton Group as a reputable company and brand name within the local community.”
Ben Daley has been a professional rugby player for the past seven years. He has played for Australia, and currently sits on over 70 Super Rugby caps. He is also currently studying a Law Degree at Bond University which keeps him busy when he is not out on the field.
Chloe Maxwell launched her career as a model and since then she’s been involved with acting, television presenting, radio hosting and endorsing some of Australia’s most-loved brands. Chloe is a devoted mother and wife. Chloe and her husband have developed the charity ‘4 ASD kids’ to help under-privileged families fund their children’s therapy for Autism, as Max (Chloe’s own son) was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
Courtney Hancock has won multiple Australian and Professional Ironwoman Series Titles. In 2011 she also won the Coolangatta Gold, thus becoming the first person to win Surf Life Saving’s “triple crown” of elite events (in the same year) in the history of Australian surf sports.