In its 24-year history, the country's longest-running motorshow has certainly grown way beyond anyone's imagination. So much so that it has outgrown past venues, which is why they're moving to the World Trade Center on May 15 to 17 this 2015.
Organized by Tradeshow International, Inc., this is the only car show in the Philippines that has spanned generations of car enthusiasts. They've been around for so long that the Trans Sport Show's rigid set of competition rules for show cars has now become the benchmark for all car competitions in the country today. Since 1992, the show have showcased and awarded over 1,000 competition show cars with the support of prestigious and respectable judges.
That's right, in the Trans Sport Show only the best of the best get to go home with a trophy.
In 2015, the larger venue will house some of the best tuners, shops, and builders in the Philippines with over 100 cars in display. The initial list of participants include A+Bodyworks, Adrenaline Motorsports, Alex Car Restoration, Alfred Motorworks, Asian Coatings, Autogenix Carworx, Atoy Customs, Aurelio Concepts, Inc., Autoline Motorsportszentrium, BNZ 888 Autohaus, Inc., Arenas Auto Design, Emperor Motorsports, Michel Motorsport, New Version Autoshop, FSR Auto Works, Joel Geronilla, Project Arrow 4x4 Outfitters, Red Octagon, Revline, Route 66, Speedlab, Starbright Bodykits, Staunch Performance, Ultra Racing, and Wheel Gallery.
Notable cars that will be on display are last year's Best of Show Nostalgic and Contemporary winners and the Reserve Best of Show. Namely, they are the Volkswagen Beetle of Aton Atilano, Audi TT of JWorks Unlimited, and the Subaru BRZ of Autoline.
Visit the 2015 Trans Sport Show at the World Trade Center from May 15 to 17. For inquiries, call Tradeshow International, Inc. at 571-7551, 650-2195 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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