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Sri Lanka Insurance Motor Plus – Ceylon Motor Show 2019 to be staged in March


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From Left: CCCC Former President Bri Ponnambalam, CCCC Vice President and Ceylon Motor Show 2019 Joint Event Chairman Clive De Silva, CCCC President Ramani Ponnambalam, Ceylon Motor Traders’ Association Chairman and Ceylon Motor Show 2019 Joint Event Chairman Sheran Fernando, SLIC Chairman Dr. K.A.S. Keeragala, SLIC Chief Executive Officer Chandana L. Aluthgama, Chief Officer Business Development Rukman Weerarathne, DGM/Head of Marketing Namalee A. Silva. 

The premier motor show of Sri Lanka, the Sri Lanka Insurance Motor Plus – Ceylon Motor Show will be staged at the Bandaranaike International Conference Hall from 15 to 17 March this year.

Ceylon Motor Traders Association (CMTA) and Classic Car Club of Ceylon (CCCC) tied up yet again with one of the leading motor brands in the country, Sri Lanka Insurance Motor Plus, by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 6 February at Sri Lanka Insurance Head Office.

This year’s show will feature timeless classics and also the ultimate modern developments in the automobile industry.

This most awaited Motor Show has been a tremendous success in the past years and this year the event expects a foot fall over 30,000 car enthusiast across the country.


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