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|Guyana’s best cars and bikes displayed at Auto Expo & Car & Bike Show at National Stadium|
|Thursday, 28 June 2012 20:53|
DESTINY Entertainment held its Auto Expo and Car and Bike Show 2012 for the first time at the National Stadium at Providence, East Bank Demerara, last Saturday.
The show was originally held as an annual event at the Lusignan Centre Ground, East Coast Demerara, but due to the magnitude of the event, the location was shifted.
Hundreds of attendees at this exciting event saw some of Guyana’s best vehicles display their music, style, authenticity and uniqueness.
Cars and bikes from all over Guyana were brought to the stadium, each with its own unique style and category.
The judging panel comprised judges from Trinidad and Tobago and Suriname, who took charge of the event.
The winners, whose names are yet to be announced, will receive their prizes and trophies within the week when the judges have made their final decision.
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