17 Aug 2012 | Local News : Indonesia
In addition to fostering good relations with automotive communities, the event is also for supporting the Indonesian Police's program of safe driving in homecoming.
As many as 900 participants (300 cars) from 11 automotive communities in Indonesia took part in this program called "Mudik Seru Bareng Sakura". Participants gathered and registered their send-off at the Lapangan Tennis Indoor, Senayan, Jakarta, on Thursday (16/8).
Before their departure, participants were also entertained with live music performances, as well as various games with interesting prizes from Sakura.
Despite the first-time being held, PT SS was clearly making maximum effort to provide the best for participants, to make the program a success.
All participants were also provided with Sakura filters, ta'jil for fast-breaking during their travel, and Rp750-thousand allowance. Furthermore, Sakura also gave free accident insurance to all 900 hundred participants.
"This event is meant for relationship-fostering with the Indonesian automotive circle, as well as contribute to the success of the Indonesian Police's program of safe-driving in homecoming," said Rudy Soerjanto, PT SS' Assistant to Sales Director, amidst the send-off.
"Hopefully, with the "Mudik Seru Bareng Sakura" program, the Indonesian automotive circle gains a comfortable and safe driving experience through Sakura products," closed Rudy.
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