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Standard Bank to expect more from this year Auto Show

Wed, 24 June 2015 16:23
by Online Reporter
Business

Standard Bank will expect more than N$64million revenue that was received from last year’s Standard Bank’s Auto Show, says Standard Bank Chief Executive Office Vetumbuavi Mungunda.


“Based on last year’s success of the Standard Bank Auto Show with a total revenue value of N$64-million, I am therefore optimistic that this year’s Auto show will exceed our expectations once again,” said Mungunda.


The Auto show will be hosted on the 3rd and 4th of July 2015, scheduled to take place at the SKW Sport Field at Olymbia, Windhoek.


The show will include special offers such as 60 months re-payment period with no deposit required, with interest rates of prime less than 1.75% and residual value of up to 30 percent.


Standard Bank Namibia expects a total of 32 exhibiting dealerships and 22 000 visitors are anticipated to attend the 2015 Standard Bank Auto Show and “Biltongfees”.


“We all know that feeling that once you get into your dream car and fasten your seat belt – you are eager to switch on the ignition. We all have that inner child excitement to drive the car of your dreams,” said Mungunda. The theme of this year’s show is: “Childlike wonder comes standard at the Standard Bank Auto Show.”


Visitors to the show can also look forward to a number of side attractions such as entertainment by Namibian and South African artists, display of the latest vehicles on rotating turn tables.

In 2006 the show attracted 2 500 visitors (one day event), while in 2007 the show attracted 9 389 people (two day event). Last year a total number of 19 989 visitors attended over the two day period.