The state-of-the-art world of automobiles and auto accessories will soon be on display as Spectrum Promotions and Style 96.5FM stages Cayman’s second international car show on Saturday, 19 November at the Lion’s Centre.
The show is being staged in collaboration locally with Tony Williams of Tony’s Toys and internationally with Slipstream Global, the US-based marketing management firm that helped to coordinate the inaugural car show, held as part of the Quincentennial Celebrations in 2003, said a press release.
Slipstream Global will once again assist in staging and promoting the show, which brings state-of-the-art auto entertainment including a demonstration of ‘drifting’ – the latest phenomenon in custom car shows – to be performed by Chris Frosberg and Vaughn Gittin of Drifters Alliance, the release said.
The show’s entertainment will also feature live performances from local bands and is once again poised to attract a host of international media to the Cayman Islands. Editors from motor sport magazines Super Street, Modified, Import Tuner and Speed Mag will be in Grand Cayman to cover the event, along with G4 TV.
‘This car show represents a tremendous marketing opportunity for local businesses, especially those involved in the auto and related industries,’ said Gavin Smith, general manager of Spectrum Promotions/Style FM.
Mr. Smith noted that Cayman stand to benefit internationally from the auto show, which was a hit among car enthusiasts in North America, given the emphasis on featuring Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) cars. ‘They are the latest craze in the industry and our show incorporates an abundance of JDM vehicles within easy reach of the United States where these vehicles are in high demand,’ he said.
Local auto enthusiasts are welcome to vie for one of many coveted title trophies such as Best Performance Vehicle, Best Classic and Best ICE (In Car Entertainment) in Show plus a variety of others. Expert instruction in a number of workshops will be provided.
The Lion’s Centre will be transformed with more than 50 vendor booths. These will feature local car dealers and businesses involved in the auto trade displaying their very best in offerings, ranging from motorbikes and performance parts to accessories and high-tech gadgetry.
The car show’s activities begin Friday, 18 November with a cocktail reception for visiting celebrities, participants and sponsors.
Gates open to the public Saturday, 19 November for a day-long event featuring a variety of local and international collector cars, show cars, performance cars and demonstrations. A wide cross section of vendors in the automotive, customization, boating, electronics, and retail markets will feature their latest innovations.
Throughout the day, there will be plenty of food, fun and entertainment for the kids and the entire family. Live radio entertainment, along with a variety of door prizes, including a trip to Trinidad Carnival on the Charter and a set of 18′ rims and tyres courtesy of Tony’s Toys and other promotional giveaways, will be provided by Style 96.5 FM.
Cayman’s International Car Show 2005 is coordinated by Spectrum Promotions, a subsidiary of Panorama Productions Ltd. This parent company is owned and operated by David and Angela Martins.
For more information on the event, including advertising opportunities or vendor participation, contact Gavin Smith, or Kirk Rampersad, Sales Manager.