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Seylan Colombo Motor Show 2017 revolutionises automobile industry


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Seylan Colombo Motor Show, the largest automobile exhibition that is creating ripples in the local automotive industry, concluded successfully with a remarkable turnout of motoring enthusiasts at the BMICH recently. 

Following the success of the Seylan Colombo Motor Show in 2016’ and for the third consecutive year, Seylan Bank came on board as the title sponsor and exclusive banking partner for the Seylan Colombo Motor Show 2017. Furthermore, the bank enabled the motoring enthusiasts to pursue their dream of owning their favorite vehicle by providing best tailor made financial solutions. These included the revolutionary ‘on the spot’ lease approvals, preferential internal rates and many other benefits. 

In addition to the highly stylised automobiles, the event enabled the participants to experience and better understand the local automobile industry and its norms. 

The crowd was also entertained with car and bike stunts coupled with a unique event themed ‘Battle Zone’ sponsored by the revolutionary youth account Seylan Selfie, where the best dance group and individual dancers bagged rewards for their innovative talents and trendy dance moves. 


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