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Suzuki Asks Emma!

Paul Twemlow & Lynda Henderson

What Emma Gilmour doesn't know about a Suzuki isn't worth knowing. Not only does she know how to handle one as one of the world’s top female rally drivers and owner of local Gilmour Motors Suzuki, but she also knows how to get the best from your car every day. Need access to Emma and Suzuki New Zealand's expert advice? Well, now you have it.

Over the last few month’s the Firebrand team have been working alongside Fiona and Tamia at Suzuki NZ to bring you the best driving and car ownership advice direct from NZ rally driving extraordinaire Emma Gilmour.

Thanks to Donna and Dave Christenson, Maxine and Steve Carr for the use of your beautiful homes as backdrops and to Gilmour Automotive for the use of the workshop for filming. Shooting four locations on the Taieri and Dunedin over 2 days in the middle of winter kept the team on their toes, fortunately, the weather was kind, the sun shone brightly… maybe a little too bright! Using a Suzuki Swift and a Vitara to demonstrate, Emma delivered her lines like a pro, smashing out the 50 questions with ease.

Paul has been in hot demand for videography these days, its become an essential marketing and storytelling medium for our Firebrand clients. So we had the pleasure of the talented film guru and videographer Joe Gallagher as a key member of our film crew. Joe has also contributed to other successful film projects for us and we can always count on him to deliver. He has a pretty amazing drone stashed in his bag of tricks for those extra special shots that previously you would have needed a chopper for! Pretty cool.

So keep your eyes peeled for ‘Ask Emma’ appearing on Suzuki NZ social media channels real soon! Thinking of using videography to better connect with and support your customers like Suzuki NZ? Might be time for a coffee and chat to discuss your film debut.

If you happen to be in the market for a new seat of wheels get in touch with Emma and take a test drive. https://www.gilmourmotors.co.nz/


Suzuki Portrait Blooper Paul Twemlow