SPA sponsors luxury motor show
Jeddah, October 2, 2012
Saudia Private Aviation (SPA), an affiliate of Saudi Arabian Airlines, has been named the official sponsor of the upcoming sixth edition of EXCS International Luxury Motor Show in Jeddah.
The event is set to be held from November 6 to 8 at Hilton Jeddah.
The sponsorship contract was signed between SPA and Specialized Systems for Exhibitions and Conferences (EXCS), the organiser of EXCS International Luxury Motor Show, for the third year in a row.
Wajdi El Idrissi, assistant general manager for Royal and VIPs Affairs, said: “EXCS Motor Show allows us to reach a wide and knowledgeable audience from the Kingdom and across the region.”
He underscored the importance of the specialized exhibition which targets prominent people and the high class segment of the community, the segment that (SPA) targets through its marketing programmes.
“We look forward to showcasing our latest range of private jets this year, designed for luxury and safety in the air.”
“We have renewed the partnership to be a sponsor for one of the largest auto shows in the region due to its great success at its sixth session, where we found that the sponsorship of the exhibition is an important step to put our services in such a specialized exhibition,” he added.
Meanwhile, Abdullah Al-Shamasi, CEO of Specialized Systems for Exhibitions and Conferences, expressed his appreciation for Saudi Arabian Airlines in general, and for SPA in particular, for their participation in the sixth edition of “EXCS International Luxury Motor Show” as the main sponsor.
“We are very proud of our collaboration with SPA, whose activities and projects are very highly regarded and well received. At the same time very happy that SPA has shown such a commitment to supporting us in our exhibition."
"We, as a company dedicated to excellence, shall continue in the organization of this show, which has enjoyed a great success since its first session. And with (SPA) participation, we are sure that the show will make a qualitative leap," he added. – TradeArabia News Service