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Manila International Auto Show Shifts Its Gears Virtually With Mias Wired This December

Manila International Auto Show Shifts Its Gears Virtually With Mias Wired This December

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MIAS WIRED will bring some of its trade show counterparts highlight events to a more accessible and dynamic channel as it launches an interactive platform where brands and enthusiasts can experience the same excitement MIAS delivers.

What to look forward to for the first MIAS WIRED?
• Check the latest car models which will conquer the road soon
• Get an insider’s access to the car showrooms at the comfort of your own space.
• Know the latest innovations and newest automotive trends
• Meet possible partners and network in the automotive industry
• Watch some activities and engagements designed for the car enthusiasts

As we gear towards the next normal in staging events, the support of the biggest brands in the local and international automotive arena is present even with the recent pandemic crisis. Taking the next step further through the first virtual automotive show with the most exciting features and activities while keeping our fans at the edge of their seats. The country’s top car brands, car accessories, automotive technology, and car enthusiasts alike will be the first to witness this kind of collaboration under one virtual event.

To know more about MIAS WIRED, visit www.manilaautoshow.com to register for free. Contact inquire@worldbexevents.com or call 02-8656-92-39 for interested parties. Follow the Manila International Auto Show on FB & IG @ManilaInternationalAutoShow.

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