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Video: Welcome to the Revolution!

Friday, March 10, 2017    

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As many may know, 2017 marks the 20-year anniversary of our company’s rich history. We started in 1997 with just one great brand, Honda, and have since evolved into the ultimate automotive lifestyle brand with something for everyone. To mark the occasion, we wanted to create something that celebrated our love of Jamaica, our love of all things automotive and something that said “thank you” for helping us become the company we are today. Jamaica, welcome to the Revolution!

For Revolution, we’ve used every square inch of our huge Oxford facility to create a three-day automotive Disneyland that offers something for everyone. Amazing best-of-the-year sale prices, an indoor children’s crèche with qualified/registered nannies, live concerts with performances from Jamaica’s hottest musical acts, great bank deals, a food and drink court, car service workshops and auto detailing masterclasses, Motorsports Zone with the Le Mans-winning Porsche 919, Doug Gore’s TT, and countless car launches introducing cars never seen in Jamaica before.

Perhaps best of all, entry is completely free! It’s our ‘thank you’ to you. Come join us, bring friends and family and have a great time — we’re looking forward to seeing you!

— Adam Stewart, CEO of Sandals Resorts International and ATL Group


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