Volkswagen and Audi Big Winners of 2nd Libya Motorshow Trophies 02/02/2009 13:24:00
Photo: Mr. Abdulwahab Gnaidi from Ashara Oil services (left) Mr. Mohammad Shrair,from Automobile and Touring Club of Libya (middle) and Mr. Ramadan Motao, Manager of LMC-VW Libya.
Volkswagen and Audi through its local agent LMC emerged winners of almost all the Motorshow trophies. The trophies were awarded during the closing ceremony of the 2nd Libyan Motorshow which was held in the mid of January, this year.
"We are happy to be the winners of these trophies, this shows the confidence the public have in our products.
Actually it is not anything but just the proven formula from the international manufacturers on how to display the cars and the products we have are good and popular to the Libyan people, that is what made us win," remarked Mr. Ramadhan Motao, Manager of LMC-VW Libya through a telephone interview.
Audi was awarded the Best Stand, while Volkswagen was awarded the Best Car and the most suitable car for the Libyan market.
The selection was conducted by a survey team consisting of the visitors of the 2nd Libya Motorshow.
Other trophies which were also granted during the ceremony include the winner of the 4th Classic Cars Meeting which went to Mr. Ali Al Harari (VW beetle), the innovation trophy to Eng. Mohammad El Fituri and the Modified Cars trophy to Mr.Eyad Emtair.
The 3rd Libya International Motorshow is scheduled for the 26/10/2009.
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