Subaru link up tomorrow evening

Friday, July 11, 2014    

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THE Subaru Owners Club of Jamaica (SOCOJ) will hold their first link up for the year at the Mary Brown's Corner Texaco service station in St Andrew, tomorrow evening. The starting is scheduled for 6:00 pm.

"The link up serves as a formal welcome to our new Subaru owners, so that members can put a face to a name," Rhoneil Williams, SOCOJ events coordinator, told Auto.

The event will also see the club's revamped membership cards handed out and the date for their annual roll-out being announced. Also, there will be the usual array of tuned Subaru vehicles on display for both the casual fan and the auto enthusiast. The club has not been quiet since their last AGM as Williams said there has been a move to increase in membership, especially from out of Kingston.

"This year, we'll be seeing an increase in the numbers as persons from Mandeville and Montego Bay will be joining us at the lyme," Williams added.

Subaru owners are encouraged to come out to exchange ideas and learn more about their car.

— Rory Daley





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