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GM India co-sponsors Hindu Metro Plus Lifestyle Show 2007

25-May-2007
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GM India co-sponsors Hindu Metro Plus Lifestyle Show 2007

General Motors India is co-sponsoring the Hindu Metro Plus Lifestyle Show 2007 with the Hindu Group of Publications. The show is being held for five days at Taj Hotels in nine cities of southern India.

“GM India is proud to be joining the Hindu Group of Publications for this exciting series of shows. GM India sees a symbiotic relationship in partnering with this event as the flagship brand of GM India, Chevrolet, is primarily catering to the lifestyle driven consumer,” said Anisha Motwani, Director-Marketing, GM India.

“Chevrolet products on display like banners, POP, etc. would include the Optra, a stylish luxury icon for Indian roads; the smooth and stylish Aveo, which has been endorsed by Bollywood stars Saif Ali Khan and Rani Mukherjee; the Aveo U-VA hatchback, GM India’s first foray into the small segment; and the Spark, GM’s lively new mini-car, which is being rolled out across India. With such a presence at the exhibition, consumers and families will have the opportunity to experience for themselves our products and the Chevrolet brand,” added Motwani.

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