Cheki Ghana says it will organise a second auto fair, which will present garage owners the opportunity to display their cars to prospective buyers, at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi.
The event scheduled for September 29- October 3 this year is expected to attract investors, car dealers and customers across the country.
The first event, which ended over the weekend at the Accra Polo Club, gave about 1000 customers the opportunity to view the latest technological advancements and antiques in automobile and the opportunity to communicate directly with the sellers.
It drew participation from automobile dealers including Erata Motors, Rana Motors, GAT, M.G..M.A.C., Japan Motors, COMAC Car Parts, and Progressive Motors which displayed classic cars, transport vehicles, spare parts and accessories to customers.
Though the maiden edition was successful, Ms. Felicia Mensah Marketing Manager of Cheki Ghana, speaking to the Ghana News Agency, expressed optimism that the Kumasi show will be a blast.
“The Accra event was successful and we hope the second event in Kumasi will be better than the first one. The show will be an annual event and we hope to introduce it to the other regions. From Kumasi, we hope to continue to Takoradi and Tamale by close of the year,” she said.
Ms. Mensah promised good fun time for the attendees, and said that, “it will enable exhibitors to display their products straight to potential buyers.”
The event is expected to give buyers and sellers the platform to transact business and also to showcase other products and services and establish new business relations that will help in future business expansion.
Cheki.com.gh is one of Ghana’s leading websites in automobile.