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Jaguar Land Rover official vehicle partner of Mamma Mia in Sri Lanka


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SML Frontier, sole agents of Jaguar Land Rover in Sri Lanka announced their partnership with Cinnamon Life as the official transport provider for world renowned musical extravaganza Mamma Mia in Sri Lanka. Mamma Mia will be staged at the Nelum Pokuna Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre for an eight-day run from 22-30 December as part of their international tour and will be their first ever performance in South Asia.. 

Jaguar Land Rover aims to drive leadership in sustainable business practices in all activities across the world, which includes achieving Carbon Neutral Manufacturing and Zero Waste across operations by 2020. Visit the Jaguar Land Rover showroom on Flower Road to make a booking for a test drive and experience the best of the British automobiles. For more information on Jaguar Land Rover in Sri Lanka call SML Frontier on 2552444.


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