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They say that “the cars we drive, say a lot about us” – Alexandra Paul
Identify with the car of your dreams at the third annual Mall of the South Father’s Day Motor and Gadgets Show from the 11th to the 17th of June 2018.
Feast your eyes on an array of vehicles on display including the number one SUV brand in China, Haval with their Haval H2 City M/T, the all Mercedes-Benz X-Class, the Mercedes-Benz GTR, Jeep Grand Cherokee, the all new Hyundai i120, the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, the Honda Pajero Sport, gimmicks galore and so much more.
An exciting addition to this year’s event is the in-mall competition where shoppers stand a chance to win their share of R300 000. The prizes include the Haval H2 City M/T as the first prize sponsored by Haval Johannesburg South valued at R249 900, second prize: an Eye of Africa Golf membership valued at R20 000 or and third prize an Exquisite Drone LS-126W valued at R3500 from Gadgets.
Mall of the South Centre Manager, Hester Smith, said, “We would like to thank Haval Johannesburg South, Eye of Africa Signature Golf Estate and Gadgets for their generous contribution towards the campaign and we look forward to future endeavours with them”.
To qualify for the competition, shoppers need to spend R250 or more at any Mall of the South store from the 11th of June to the 13th of August, complete the entry form, attach their till slip and drop it in the entry boxes provided. Terms and conditions apply.
The top ten finalists will be randomly selected on the 15th of August and must be present at the live draw, which is scheduled to take place on the 23rd of August.
Each finalist will be offered a key and will have an opportunity to unlock the car door. The finalists that unlocks the door, wins the Haval H2 City M/T.
The Eye of Africa Golf membership and Exquisite Drone LS-126W will be randomly selected from the remaining finalists.
So, if you are motor enthusiast, an outdoor fanatic or in the market for a new set of wheels; the Father’s Day Motor and Gadgets Show at Mall of the South is an event not to be missed.
For more information, simply visit www.mallofthesouth.co.za and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram #MalloftheSouth
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