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Blantyre ready for motor show on Saturday – Malawi 24

Preparations for the highly anticipated Blantyre Motor Show, due to take place on Saturday 30 April 2022, are at an advanced stage.

According to one of the show organizers Alinane Njolomole, the motor show to be held at Limbe Country Club is a corporate family event that intends to draw people’s attention to the corporate automotive sector.

Njolomole said the event which will be graced by Trade and Industry Minister Mark Katsonga Phiri is a magnificent spectacle of car dealerships, spare parts shops and garages showcasing their services on the day.

The organizers further stated that people planning to attend the event should also expect a superb event which will be spiced up with Phyzix music, bike stunts and test drives. The entry fee for this event is K2000, which has been reduced to increase people’s participation.

Njolomole further explained that the organizing team spared no effort in ensuring that the inaugural event left memorable experiences for consumers and all participating businesses.

“The Blantyre Motor Show promises to be a spectacular spectacle. Blantyre strengthens the high-end business world of Malawi as these expectations are high from participating companies.

“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,” Njolomole said.

He further explained that the show organized by Lilongwe Motor Show Limited Company in partnership with international dealers, will be the first of its kind to be held in Blantyre since 2016 as the company organizes such events in Lilongwe.

Meanwhile, the National Bank of Malawi and CFAO Motors were unveiled as event partners and they joined other banks, insurance companies, car and motorcycle clubs as some of the well-known exhibitors who will present demonstrations at the show.

According to the organizers, part of the money collected as entry fees will be used to help flood victims in the districts of Chikwawa and Nsanje which were heavily affected by Cyclone Ana and Gombe.

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