After thrilling motor-vehicle enthusiasts in Montego Bay, Ian Lyn and the Firm Marketing Agencyhave their eyes set on conquering Mandeville, as the Manchester capital will host to the third, in a series of cross-island stops, for the Jamaica Motor Show (JMA) this weekend at the Belair High School.
The Jamaica Motor Show, a new and mostly used car dealer market show has been travelling across the island, since resuming last year, offering customers greater options selecting their ideal vehicle. Ian Lyn, CEO of Firm Marketing Agency and vice-president of sales and marketing for Kia Motors, had this to say of the revolution on Wednesday in a statement.
“In January we kicked off the goodness in Kingston and just two weeks ago we follow-up with thrilling deals in Montego Bay,” he said. “Now Mandeville have the chance to share in on the action.”Click Here To Read More