That is the fuel for the successful flame of fame behind the CAMPI Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS). Organized by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI), the PIMS’ mission is to unite our country’s top car manufacturers on a weekend of celebrations and forward-moving revelations, centring our local motoring industry, its movers and shakers, and its future endeavours.
Now on its fifth running, this year’s PIMS, which will run from September 18 to 21 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City, will once again showcase not just a tone of new and exciting line-up of motor vehicles and high-technology innovations from our country’s leading automotive and automotive accessory manufacturers, but also an array of fun and entertaining motoring activities for the family, most especially for the kids and… well… the kids at heart!
Also primed to be the ultimate bonding experience for friends and families, this year’s PIMS comes high-revvin’ with exciting games, treasure-hunting adventures, and pedal go-karts for those who like to experience some full-throttle action. AND THAT’S NOT ALL! Set your sights, here’s more.
MOTORING-INSPIRED GAMES – Aside from the kiddie booths and pedal go-kart driving experiences, kids and everyone else will be in for an all-out fun automotive treat with Pit-Stop Challenges, Fan-Belt Toss, and a whole lot more.
SCALE-MODEL DISPLAYS – With the fast-rising trend of building and collecting die-cast and scale-model cars for play or display, scale-model clubs have also risen to the occasion and took the challenge to create a mini PIMS, featuring all the brands and models on display for this year’s 5th Philippine International Motor Show.
PHOTO EXHIBITS OF AUTOMOTIVE DESIGNERS – With the PIMS’ staple Automotive Designers’ Row, show-goers will be treated to photo gallery of masterful, innovative, and game-changing designs and concepts from the people behind one of the art’s most challenging canvases – the automobile.
TREASURE HUNT FOR KIDS – Kids ages 6 to 12 will have a great time learning new stuffs and more about cars with many automotive-themed treasure hunting and trivia games, which not only provide educational values, but also give an opportunity for them to find new friends, mingle, and share exciting memories.
For the grown-ups, brace yourselves, for this fifth edition of the Philippine International Motor Show comes jam-packed with loads of automotive displays and activities, showcasing the very best in the Philippine motoring scene. This four-day automotive extravaganza will be highlighted with the following:
LATEST TECH INNOVATIONS AND DISPLAYS – Running under the theme “Progress In Motion”, 16 of the country’s top automotive manufacturers will converge to showcase the latest in their lines, and will share insights via brand presentations and other engaging activities to create lasting impressions to 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” EXHIBITS – Sixty years of Philippine motoring milestones, represented by a row of 12 iconic classic and modern automobiles on display, giving show-goers an educated crash course about the country’s automotive history from the 1950’s up to the present.
AFTER-SALES PAVILION – A record-breaking first for this industry-lead motoring activity, the After-Sales Pavilion will feature an array of customer-satisfying packages for vehicle upgrades, parts, accessories, and repair services, covering a wide range of vehicles, old and new.
AUTOMOTIVE SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS – Commencing within the After-Sales Area is a line-up of informative lectures and educational sessions prepped by CAMPI. These activities will give visitors and the general motoring public a glimpse of what is CAMPI all about - its advocacies like road safety, environmental protection, and customer 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 – Strengthening camaraderie from one car enthusiast to another, car clubs and brand-affiliated groups will unite to not only feed the automotive passion, but also to captivated show-goers with an assembly of uniquely customized rides that will surely pull in an army of camera-wielding crowds from day 1 onwards.
TEST DRIVES AND FOOD TRUCK FEVER – Things will get even hotter outdoors as visitors will have an opportunity to get behind the wheel, and have an in-depth feel of the latest offerings from all the participating car brands in this year’s PIMS. On top of that, a selection of food trucks will be on sight to provide freshly cooked meals tor everyone.
Expect these and a whole lot more at the most authoritative and motion-progressive motoring convergence this 2014, the 5th CAMPI Philippine International Motor Show.
For more information, visit the CAMPI website at www.campiauto.org and CAMPI Facebook www.facebook.com/5thPIMS or contact the CAMPI office at (02) 632-9733
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