WAAS appoints NATA News as sole Media Partners

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The Organisers of West Africa Automotive Show, B to B Events Limited; based in Coventry University, Technology Park, Puma Way, Coventry, United Kingdom has appointed NATA News as its sole Media Partners for the historical Show slated for Landmark Events Center, Lagos, Nigeria between Wednesday 6th and Friday 8th November, 2019.
In sealing the Agreement, Louise Wildbore (Marketing Manager, BtoB Events Limited signed for the WAAS, while Samuel Oloyede Oriowo, NATA News Publisher/Editor-in-Chief, signed on behalf of his Organisation.


This was disclosed by Samuel Oloyede Oriowo, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of NATA News magazine and NATA News-online (www.natanewsonline.com.ng), while formally briefing the Nigeria Automobile Technicians Association, Lagos State Chapter’s Executive Council at the association’s secretariat on Monday 5th August, 2019.
The Publisher who disclosed that his Organisation already had a Stand allocated to it at the forthcoming events, seized the opportunity to invite the Executives as well as the generality of members of the association in the state to the event; which he revealed is the first of its kind in Nigeria.
Samuel Oloyede Oriowo informed the Executives that the Event is going to be Nigeria’s leading business to business Exhibition for the Automotive After-Market and Service Industry.
He noted that more than 120 Exhibitors from across the world will participate in showcasing the latest products and services in Auto Parts & Components; Digital & Electronics; Repair, Care & Maintenance; Wheels & Tyres; Customising & Accessories.
He revealed that more than 3,000 attendees are being expected to grace the Show.
Mr. Oriowo implored NATA members to leverage on the opportunity of proximity of the show as one brought to their door step by attending and making possible profitable deals.
He noted that it is sickening for vehicle repair technicians to be convincing their customers that already used-parts (known in Nigeria as Tokunbo) are better than new ones in fixing faults in vehicles.
He urged the leadership of the association to wake-up and lead the fight against sub-standard auto spare parts and lubricating oils by mobilizing members to attend the show in November and make NATA relevant in positioning members to reject fake parts in the country.

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