MEDIA RELEASE 03 March
Meet one of the 'Rocks the Hunter' country music artists thanks to Ssangyong
At this weekend's 'CMC Rocks the Hunter' country music festival, event sponsor
Ssangyong, will be giving ten lucky fans free double passes to the festival and
the chance to meet the stars.
The festival, which takes place on Saturday, 5 and Sunday, 6 March 2011 at Hope
Estate in the Hunter Valley, gives those who entered the competition the chance
to meet one of the festival's stars face to face. The contestants were asked to
name their favourite feature of the new Korando and the most inventive entries
will be announced as the winners of the free passes...Winners will be announced
on the Ssangyong website this week.
Artists performing at 'CMC Rocks the Hunter' include Kasey Chambers, Joe
Nichols, Jack Ingram, John Williamson, the highly acclaimed Alan Jackson and
Sales and Marketing Manager, Steven Thomas is keen to support the local event
which promotes Australian and local country music and gives people the
opportunity to experience a beautiful part of Australia.
"Our vehicles are very popular in regional areas because they are
diesel-powered, very affordable and well suited to regional Australia, in
particular the AWD capabilities required in areas like the Hunter Valley," added
Ssangyong vehicles will be on display throughout the two day festival and
patrons will have a chance to get a close up look at the brand new Korando as
well as other Ssangyong vehicles, such as the range of Actyon Dual Cab utes, the
Kyron 4x4 and Rexton AWD.
All Ssangyong vehicles are diesel powered providing outstanding economy,
performance and reliability. Ssangyong vehicles are designed and manufactured to
a high standard of comfort and safety.
Ssangyong has had a presence in the Australian car market for over 10 years.
To find your local dealer visit
www.ssangyong.com.au or call 1300940350.
For more information on the CMC Rocks the Hunter visit,
For more information on Ssangyong Australia visit
or call 1300940350.
Released for SsangYong Australia by Dennis Rutzou Public Relations (www.drpr.com.au).
For further information please call Nicola Rutzou or Gill Asbury on (02) 9413