GWM South Africa partners with Vodacom







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: August 30, 2013
Categories: GWM, GWM General News

GWM South Africa partners with Vodacom In The Cityand launches the new C20R compact city hatch

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GWM South Africa is proud to announce their partnership with Vodacom In the City, the edgiest rock event to hit Jo’burg’s iconic Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown on Friday, 4 October 2013.

GWM understands all about rocking the city: just look at their GWM’s exciting new C20R, a compact city hatch with the spirit of a crossover, which will launch in South Africa in September 2013.

Vodacom In The City is the perfect platform to introduce the new C20R to GWM’s core target market of young, edgy, urban and aspirational consumers.

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To celebrate this new arrival, GWM is running a scavenger hunt competition to give away general and VIP tickets to the Vodacom In the City 2013. To be in with a chance to win a ticket for yourself and five lucky friends, simply scavenge for the answers to the easy questions on www.gwm.co.za. There will be three questions posted per week on GWM South Africa’s Facebook page, so that’s 108 ticket giveaways overall!

The first correct answer per question, received by email, will be a winner and VIP tickets will be drawn from these winners. It’s that easy, so check out the GWM South Africa Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/GWM-South-Africa/179433802101631?ref=ts&fref=ts) and GWM website (www.gwm.co.za) to be in with a chance of winning tickets to one of Jo’burg’s greatest annual rock events.

About Vodacom In The City

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Another great entertainment event, brought to you by Seed Experiences (the guys behind Rocking the Daisies and Sowing the Seeds) and headline sponsor Vodacom. , Vodacom In the City 2013 boasts an envious line-up of four international rock legends: multi-platinum UK rock legends, Skunk Anansie, Swedish garage rock revivalists, The Hives, UK indie rock quartet, Alt-J, and DJ supremo, Boyz Noize, who was recently praised as one of the top ten ‘DJs Who Rule the World’ by Rolling Stone magazine.