The biggest automobile fair of the entire nation, NADA Auto Show 2018 concluded on Sunday, September 16. Meeting the expectation of organizers around 65 thousand people visited in the six days automobile fair.
Organizers claimed that the show went outstandingly well, it was beyond the expectation.
“We successfully concluded the show, I am almost sure that all our visitors were happy and satisfied with the gala,” said Shambu Prasad Dahal, President of NADA.
Regarding the financial transaction that took place during the event, NADA hasn’t disclosed anything officially.
Rita Automobile bagged the award for Best Supporting Stall. Similarly, in Best Stall (2 wheeler category) Jagdamba Motors was awarded, which is the authorized dealer of TVS. Likewise, Puja International an authorized dealer of Volkswagen grabbed the award for Best Stall (4 wheeler category)
Every year NADA comes with new and exciting things, continuing the legacy, this time to there was a lot of amazing and incredible stuff, said Bibek Dhungel, a student of Kathmandu, based Padmashree Int’l College.
NADA is not only about showcasing vehicles; to entertain its visitors some of the stalls were offering different sort of games with exciting gift hampers. From a school student to well known public figures, everyone showed their participation in the event. A healthy number of participants showed up in the game. Similarly, many international visitors also showed their presence in the event.
About NADA Auto Show:
A comprehensive event, the NADA Auto Show encompasses exhibits and demonstrates renowned auto brands and auto components. The show is aimed at publishing and promoting modern and technological advancements in the automobile sector.
NADA Auto Show portrays consistent effort to create massive awareness about the importance of mobility, the usefulness of automobile, safety driving, traffic rules and road safety among the general public.
NADA Auto Show is not only a platform for buyers and sellers; in fact, it is a legitimate platform for the information exchange, market analysis, and presentation of the progress of entire automobile sector in Nepal.