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Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Local business community united

A minute silence was observed by over 80 Lancashire businesses at the NWLCC motor dealership networking meeting on 23 March at Amari Supercars, the UK’s number 1 ultimate supercars dealer in Preston
The silence was a show of unity and respect, by members of the Lancashire business community, to the individuals who recently lost their lives in London.
The event, where attendees were able to look at and admire, some of the most exclusive contemporary and classic supercars currently available in the U.K., including a collection of Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Porsches and other prestigious cars, was the latest in a series of networking events organised by NWLCC
Commenting on the event, Sheikh Amari, owner, Amari Supercars said: “”It was a great event, organised by NWLCC and a brilliant way to connect with other businesses, especially when you are surrounded by some of the most expensive supercars in the world, which gave everyone an inspiration to be successful””


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