Thursday, November 17, 2016
Serve Like Nadal, Get the Chance to Watch the 2017 Australian Open Live!
Columbian Autocar Corporation (CAC), the exclusive distributor of Kia vehicles in the Philippines will once again be flying another pair of tennis fans to experience the Australian Open, live, with Kia Lucky Drive to Australia. Fans of the sport may test-drive a Kia for a chance to win a trip for two to Melbourne for a complete Australian Open experience.
Aside from witnessing the world’s best tennis players duke it out in the first Grand Slam of 2017 at the Rod Laver Arena, the lucky winners will also have a full Grand Slam adventure themselves as they get the chance to participate in a variety of Australian Open themed events for the length of their stay.
CAC President Ginia R. Domingo highlighted the brand’s commitment to sporting excellence and providing the best experience for their fans.
According to her, “Kia has been sponsoring major sporting events across the globe and is now in its 15th year of supporting the premier tennis tournament in Asia and the Pacific, the Australian Open. We at Kia are always excited by the opportunity to grant a lucky fan the experience of a lifetime, including the unique opportunity to witness a world-class sporting event up close.”
Domingo adds. “This year, we’re offering up a fun and wacky way for Kia fans to participate in the Lucky Drive to Australia promo, featuring our brand ambassador, Spanish tennis sensation, Rafael Nadal.”
From November 4 to December 22, 2016, fans can show up at participating Kia dealerships and test drive any of Kia’s modern and vibrant offerings to qualify for the Kia Lucky Drive to Australia promo. Kia’s helpful sales representatives will guide you through the registration process as you pose for a photo of your best impression of Rafael Nadal’s in-match expressions. Your registration will qualify as your raffle entry for the promo.
Don’t miss this opportunity to witness one of the world’s greatest sporting events, so drop by your nearest Kia dealership and be the next lucky fan to fly to the Australian Open in 2017.