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Mercedes-Benz, Principal Sponsor for Cinnamon Future of Tourism Summit 2017

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Mercedes-Benz, a brand that is synonymous with luxury, safety and comfort, partnered with Cinnamon Hotels & Reports as the Principal Sponsor for the Cinnamon Future of Tourism Summit 2017. 

“As the No.1 luxury brand in the world, Mercedes-Benz is rooted in the theme of ‘Technology, Innovation and Authenticity.’ We take pleasure in this association which is in line with what we stand for. Undoubtedly the most looked forward to event in the travel and tourism industry calendar, Cinnamon Future of Tourism Summit supports the promotion and growth of our country’s leisure industries,” General Manager Mercedes-Benz Vehicle Sales Rajeev Pandithage noted.

Committed to catering to the Sri Lankan market for the past 75 years by delivering an array of trusted, globally recognised brands, Diesel & Motor Engineering PLC (DIMO) enhances the standards of living for communities in which it operates by introducing pioneering technology and innovation to build a better future for Sri Lanka. 

Primarily specialising in offering the world’s finest automobile brands coupled with unparalleled customer care services and tech support. Mercedes-Benz vehicle fleets include the passenger car vehicles, the range of SUVs and the new Vito premium van.  

The Mercedes-Benz VITO was the official travel solution for the speakers of Cinnamon Future of Tourism Summit. It is highly favoured by corporates and businesses in the travel sector for its economical and luxury filled transportation solution. 

Boasting a fuel economy of 16km/l, service intervals at every 15,000 km and with an unparalleled offer from DIMO consisting of the first year maintenance completely free, the VITO stands high and mighty to those who chose to provide safety, comfort and luxury to their clients.

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