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Standard Bank Auto show launched

Mon, 2 June 2014 03:14
by Online Sport Reporter
Business

The 2014 edition of the Standard Bank (STB) Auto Show was launched in Windhoek May, 28th in Olympia at Old Wheels club house by STB’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Junius Mungunda.
The event which was first launched in 2006 has seen the number of visitors growing from 2500 to 17 155 spectators last year.
The event will take place in July, 4th and 5th at the Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW) Sports Field in Olympia under the theme “Start the Engine”.
“ Based on last year’s success of the STB Auto Show with a total revenue value of N$42M, I am therefore optimistic that this year’s event will exceed our expectations once again. We are expecting to receive about 20 000 visitors,” said Mungunda.
Mungunda also said that there will be a  special prize for the best motor dealer at the event.
“We are going to recognize the efforts made by every dealer at the  event for outstanding performances and hard work. The overall winner will win a trip to Paradise Island with all expenses paid for,” said Mungunda.