This week we had the pleasure of speaking with Stuart Callaghan of Donnelly Group. Donnelly Group has been synonymous with the motor industry in Northern Ireland since 1947, and has gone on to become the area’s largest family-owned motor retailer, with nine locations located across Northern Ireland. Donnelly Group was built on customer service instilled by its founder, Peter Donnelly, and ‘keeping the customer central to everything we do’ is still the focus across all Donnelly Group showrooms.
Stuart has been working for Donnelly Group for almost 6 years, starting as a manager in Vauxhall before moving to Jaguar Land Rover. For just over 2 years, Stuart has been manager of the Donnelly Group Dungannon Motorstore for both the Moy Road and M1 sites. Before joining Donnelly Group, Stuart was working in SERE for just over 10 years.
You can have a browse of all the Donnelly Group’s stock here: https://www.usedcarsni.com/used-cars/dealers/DonnellyGroup
|What 3 words would you use to describe yourself?|
I would describe myself as ambitious, fun and a great head of hair.
|Where are you originally from?|
|What was your first car?|
A Renault Clio.
|What is your dream car?|
Del Boy’s Reliant Regal or an Audi R8.
|How would your friends & family describe your driving?|
Excellent driving with a sprinkle of whiplash.
|What is your favourite film?|
Has to be Top Gun or Old School.
|If a film was to be made about your life, who would you choose to play you?|
Jason Statham or Vin Diesel, let’s face it we all have the same hairstyle and muscular physique!
|What TV show would you recommend?|
Ted Lasso on Apple TV.
|What would the title of your autobiography be?|
|What title of a film, TV show or book best describes your life?|
No Time To Die, because I am so busy all the time.
|What famous person would you most like to have dinner with?|
|How do you unwind?|
Spending time with family, watching football, out with friends…
|Describe your dream holiday.|
Maldives, sun sand and not an awful lot to do!
|What is your personal motto?|
On your bad days be good, on your good days be great and on your great days be better.
|What is your hidden talent?|
It wouldn’t be a hidden talent if I knew what it was…
|What is your spirit animal?|
A donkey because my manager hee haw hee haw he always calls me that.