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August 11, 2014

5th Philippine International Motor Show Promises to be Fun for Whole Family

More than being a haven for car lovers and motoring enthusiasts, the 5th Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) boasts of various activities to keep the family, especially the little ones, entertained with one-a-kind motoring experience.

Games, treasure hunts and pedal go-karts are sure to excite both the young and young-at-heart. Organized by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI), the 5th PIMS will be held on September 18-21 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City, and is set to become the ultimate bonding destination for families and friends.

Here is a list of activities that PIMS attendees should be excited about:

Pedal Go-Karts and other Motoring-Inspired Games. This year’s PIMS promises to be the most engaging and experiential yet. With booths for kiddie “Pedal Go-Kart”, Pit-Stop Challenge, Fan-Belt Toss and other motoring-inspired activities, guests are sure to get a dose of adrenaline and endless fun.

Scale-Model Displays. Local die-cast and scale-model clubs have taken the challenge of creating a miniature motor show featuring the same car brands at this year’s most anticipated motor show.

Photo Exhibit of Automotive Designers. The Automotive Designers’ Row is a PIMS staple that aims to educate visitors about the brilliant minds behind some of the automotive industry’s best designs and game-changing innovations.

Treasure Hunt for Kids. Kids from six to 12 years old can learn more about cars in the most exciting way possible with an automotive-themed Treasure Hunt and Trivia Game.

Meanwhile, adults are also sure to get their fill of excitement with these event highlights:

Latest Tech Innovations and Displays - 16 participating car manufacturers will have brand presentations and interactive engagements that will create lasting impression on visitors. The following companies will also display their latest vehicles and cutting-edge technologies: BAIC, BMW, Daewoo, Honda, Isuzu, JMC, Kia, Lexus, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Peugeot, Suzuki, Toyota and Volkswagen.

“Progress in Motion” Exhibit - A retrospective display of 12 iconic vehicles will stretch across the venue’s main lobby. It will give visitors a crash course on local motoring history with a line-up of vintage and modern cars from the 1950’s to the present.

After-Sales Pavilion - Another first for PIMS, the After-Sales Exhibit will showcase packages on vehicle upgrades, repair services, and quality genuine parts for different vehicle models, old and new.

Automotive Seminars and Workshops - CAMPI has also prepared information sessions within the After-Sales Area to inform visitors of the CAMPI’s different advocacies including Road Safety, Environmental Protection, and Consumer Rights. Topics will include fuel-saving tips, anti-carjack measures and a fool-proof guide for vehicle registration and driver’s license application.

Car Club Meets - Affiliated organizations of the participating car brands will hold club meets during the 5th PIMS. This encourages camaraderie among car enthusiasts while giving the public a spectacular display of one-of-a-kind, customized vehicles.

Test Drives & Food Truck Fever - Outside the venue will be a test drive area for all participating car manufacturers, making sure that car shoppers get a chance to test different vehicle types and brands in one roof. A wide range of food choices will also be available to fuel visitors as they go around this year’s most authoritative motoring convergence.

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