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Blantyre Motor Show Partners National Bank, CFAO Motors

The highly anticipated organizers of the Blantyre Motor Show have unveiled their partnership with the National Bank of Malawi and CFAO Motors among the best-known exhibitors.

The show takes place on April 30, 2022 at Blantyre Country Club.

The show will also include demonstrations from banks, insurance companies, car and motorcycle clubs.

Bike stunts and test drives are also an added bonus at the event which will be honored by the Minister of Trade and Industry, Mark Katsonga Phiri.

According to one of the organizers, Alinane Njolomole, said the event is a family of companies that is attracting attention in the corporate automotive sector, and the general public is invited to attend.

“The Blantyre Motor Show promises to be a spectacular spectacle. Blantyre is boosting the high-end business world of Malawi as there are such high expectations from participating companies,” Njolomole said.

The show is organized by Lilongwe Motor Show Limited Company, in partnership with international dealers.

The company has been organizing car exhibitions since 2016 and this will be the first time the event will be held in Blantyre as previous exhibitions have been held in the capital, Lilongwe City.

Njolomole said the event had the directors excited, who spared no effort to make the inaugural experience a memorable one for consumers and participating brands.

“It’s all about experiential marketing, brands can hold sweepstakes, promotions and product presentations in front of consumers, viewers and increasing potential customer base.” The target audience includes procurement managers, senior executives, contractors and government officials,” he said.

As part of our corporate social responsibility, the public will enter with a minimum fee of K2,000 to enter the event, to stimulate walk-in visits, which are a priority for exhibitors.

Part of the entrance fee will go to charity, to help cyclone victims in the Southern Region districts of Chikwawa and Nsanje

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