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London Motor Show Organizers Sell Tickets for Private viewing

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he organizers of the new London Motor Show, to be staged at the Evolution Centre in Battersea Park in May, have announced that a special VIP private viewing and champagne reception is being arranged during the evening of the 5th May and tickets are now available.

The private viewing will provide an unrivalled opportunity to see the wide range of car models on display at the show, as well as being able to mingle and network with a variety of celebrities and automotive personalities. Tickets start from £67.00 plus VAT and full details of how to obtain tickets are available by visiting

The London Motor Show will be staged at the Evolution Centre in Battersea Park from the 6th to the 8th May.

Media partnerships have been announced with the Telegraph, Auto Express (Dennis Publishing) and Motor Trader magazine. The London Motor Show provides an important platform for the motor industry in Britain, which is enjoying considerable success in terms of vehicle manufacturing, technical innovation and new car registrations. The show will appeal across the board to the general motoring public, not just in London but throughout the UK.

 

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