Jamaica Motor Show moves to Mandeville this weekend

Friday, May 17, 2013

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KINGSTON, Jamaica - Some hot rides are expected to be in cool Manchester this weekend as the Jamaica Motor Show (JMS) moves to that parish.
“In January, we kicked off in Kingston. Just two weeks ago, we followed up with thrilling deals in Montego Bay and now Mandeville has the chance to share in on the action,” said Ian Lyn, event organiser and CEO of Firm Marketing Agency. 
The Belair High School will be the venue for the event.
Lyn said the weekend promises to be a good one the show will offer a different vibe from the others.
“Each market is different and we try to execute the show differently. Come Saturday and Sunday, the Mandeville leg will showcase more, since it is the home to the Jamaica Classic Auto Club. We are also adding more options for first-time and multiple car owners. Put simple, it will have a little for everyone, regardless of your budget. And when you buy a car, we have a little extra for you,” he said.
Lyn said Guardsman Alarm would be offering free installation of their GPS Vehicle Tracking System with every vehicle negotiated or purchased on the weekend. 
“A core part of our mission is to protect and contribute to your peace of mind, anywhere, anytime. This weekend, we are reinforcing this commitment to our customers, potential and existing. Whatever vehicle you are looking, we have the security for it. So come out,” she said.




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