01 Aug 2019

An estimated 12,000 visitors passed through the gates last weekend’s two-day Standard Bank Biltongfees and Autoshow, with
While thanking all the visitors, customers and prospects whose attendance and participation in the various activities resulted in another successful Show in Windhoek, Standard Bank’s Head of Marketing and Communication, Magreth Mengo invited residents of the coastal towns to enjoy the same experience at the coastal leg of the Autoshow.

“Without our dealers, the exhibitors and the visitors, the Biltongfees and Autoshow would not have been a success. We promised to offer a bigger and better show this year and I believe we have exceeded that commitment. We are now heading to the coast where we hope to generate the same excitement with the Autoshow,” said Mengo.

She added that the Autoshow lived up to its purpose of contributing to boosting vehicle sales judging by the number of people who visited the vehicle stands during the two-day event.
Living up to its billing as the festival of fun, the Biltongfees and Autoshow was characterised by several exciting events such as Zumba, Crossfit, Seven-a-side soccer, Miss Biltongfees.

“Aside from those excitements, Standard Bank would especially like to thank the vehicle dealers whose participation contributed to the overall success of the Standard Bank Biltongfees and Autoshow,” Mengo noted.

“We believe that the dealers were satisfied with the outcome of the event as well as with new leads and contacts gained during the Autoshow.”
As an added incentive to prospective vehicle buyers and the dealers, Standard Bank has extended the special promotion, which was launched at the Autoshow, was extended to 15 August 2019. This promotion affords prospective buyers the opportunity to buy vehicles at reduced interest rates.

 “We are hoping that the dealers and their prospective customers continue to engage each other at the Autoshow in Swakopmund and that this engagement will lead to more business for dealers and value for the customers.”
Mengo also thanked the Nederduits Gereformeerde Kerk for the close working relationship that resulted in the success of the Standard Bank Biltongfees and Autoshow.

“We wish all our partners every success in their respective businesses and we promise to continue to grow the Autoshow in years to come,” she concluded.