The Torque of the Town Submission Details
Author: MOTS Media from Mall of the South.
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About Mall of the South
Mall of the South is a 72 000 m² Regional Shopping Centre and prides itself in being a retail market leader with free Wi-Fi, mall innovation, functional work stations and great visibility from two main arterial roads, namely Klipriver Drive and Swartkoppies Road. The restaurant promenade walkway provides a variety of new and exciting dining experiences.
The suburbs that fall into the primary and secondary catchment of the wealthiest suburbs in the south of Jo’burg, particularly Aspen Hills, attract your affluent resident with a taste for luxury brands.
Mall of the South – Pure Shopping Pleasure
Haval is GWM’s new professional SUV brand covering both city and cross-country SUV products.
In China, Haval SUV ranked No. 1 in sales volume for 14 consecutive years. In 2016 Haval sold 938,000 units in China, up 42 per cent year on year, making this Chinese car maker the only SUV brand in China to have achieved a million sales without being a joint venture. As China’s SUV leader, Haval launched the new brand logo on March 2013. With professional brand image, Haval is dedicated to the SUV segment with the goal of becoming a world first class SUV brand.
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MasterDrive is a results driven, driver training organisation that engages with and assists companies in managing driver risk interventions.
The company was established in 1999 and became part of the RAC Group (established in 1997) some 9 years later – in 2008 – and has expanded its field of operation to cover the African continent with dedicated branches in SA’s three main centres.
To that end MasterDrive has a dedicated team of professional, internationally accredited instructors who deliver training on a range of programs that encompass the full spectrum of vehicles – from motorbikes to cars to busses and trucks.
In addition to delivering internationally proven defensive driving courses the company also offers training required by legislation – dangerous goods and forklift – bespoke courses are also available to corporates and emergency services, all with a view to changing and developing driver behaviour.
The company’s proven track record with a number of SA’s top 500 companies ensures that it is a viable operation providing a platform for rolling out its own BBBEE transformation program that contributes toward the wellbeing of all South Africans.
MasterDrive also boasts a proud record of supporting a number of NPO’s whose drive is to educate road users on safety and so enhance the profile of changing behaviour by whatever reasonable means it can promote and offer. These include, but are not limited to, Psychometric assessments, on-road assessments and corporate safety events.
The MasterSuite of products include:
• MasterTorque (online motoring publication)
Our Why is summed up as follows: Making a difference, one day, one kilometre, one life at a time!!!
The media release has been issued by Mall of the South’s Marketing Department. For more information, contact MOTS Media firstname.lastname@example.org.
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