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Boulos Gives out Piaggio Robinson for Road Test

Monday (May 11th 2015), Boulos Enterprises Limited, Nigeria’s Assembler and marketer of Suzuki, Piaggio and Haojue brands, presented to Motoring World a Piaggio Robinson 200 CC Motorbike for One-Week Test-Drive..

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Motoring World’s Editor-in-Chief, Femi Owoeye receiving the key to the motorbike from Mr. Stanley Evans, General Sales and Marketing Manager, Boulos Enterprises, while Mr. Fayose Joseph and Christian Deeb, both of Boulos Enterprises look on.- Photo by: ROTIMI ASHER

Presentation of Robinson Motorbike to Motoring World for one-week test drive
Presentation of Robinson Motorbike to Motoring World for one-week test drive: Owoeye receiving the bike’s registration documents

Set to go: Boulos Corporate/DNS Manager, Fayose Joseph and his colleague, Christian Deep, cast looks of confidence on the Piaggio Robinson, seemed to be thinking: ‘We trust, you would go out there and do us proud’
Set to go: Boulos Corporate/DNS Manager, Fayose Joseph and his colleague, Christian Deep, cast looks of confidence on the Piaggio Robinson, seemed to be thinking: ‘We trust, you would go out there and do us proud’

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