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01 December 2008 :: 15:12:51 pm 24402

Mazda Concept Car Rocks Thailand International Motor Expo 2008

Bangkok ? Thailand, November 28, 2008 ? US Embassy Personnel were guests of the Mazda Sales Thailand unveiling of the ?Sustainable Zoom Zoom? theme with a stunning showcase of breathtaking iconic sports vehicles at the Thailand International Motor Expo 2008.?
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The event serves as the first and only chance for Thai consumers to take delight in the “Mazda Taiki”, the concept car that instantly transports the viewer?s sense into the future with its advanced design and technologies. Mazda also expresses its appreciation for 57 years of continued support from Thai consumers through unbeatable offers that allow customers to make a purchase decision with ease. The Thailand International Motor Expo continues until December 10th, 2008 in the Challenger Halls 1-3 at Impact Arena Bangkok, Thailand.

The Force Protection Detachment (FPD) from the American Embassy earlier this year teamed up with Mazda to do a joint seminar to train the Chonburi Police Departments in VIP Driving protection and personal driving safety training for approximately 70 police officers from different Chonburi stations. Mazda provided the instructors and vehicles to give this valuable information for officers to use in their daily duties, as well as assist the US Embassy FPD Department during U.S. Navy Ship Visits to the Laem Chabang and Sattahip ports of call.


L to R: John Ray, M.D. Mazda Sales Thailand, Sureetip La-Ongthong, Marketing Director Mazda Thailand, Bobby Brooks, Warden-US Embassy , Douglas F. Robinson, FPD Chief Naval Security-US Embassy

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Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : Announcement News

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