The 56 exhibitors and brands in attendance reported that they achieved their goals during the four days of Autofest. According to the organization, he is the head of Fenalco AtlánticoThe hundreds of cars sold show that there is a reactivation.
Participants could learn more about financing plans and discounts for vehicle purchases. The buyer from Barranquilla and other places on the coast continues to demonstrate through participation that positive commercial events are taking place.
“After four years without holding this fair, we can say that Barranquilla has responded. Autofest is consolidating itself as the great car showcase of the Caribbean, on a regional level. We can say that we have successfully achieved the goal we proposed as we managed to exceed the number of cars sold in 2019. We hope everyone is completely satisfied and from now on we will start working on our Autofest 2024,” he says. said. Yilda Castroexecutive director of Fenalco Atlántico.
Andrés Dau, deputy general manager of Aumotores Fujiyama, emphasized the visitors’ interest. “We have achieved very positive results, great brand acceptance and great enthusiasm from our customers when purchasing our vehicles, which pleases us most.”
Source: El heraldo
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