In a recent competition run at The Clothes Show Live by Suzuki GB, one lucky winner has become the proud owner of a unique All New Suzuki Swift in association with the cosmetic brand "Benefit". The lucky winner was presented with the car just in time for Christmas at Suzuki GB's Head Office in Milton Keynes by Senior Director for Sales and Marketing, David Seward.
The winner, 20 year old Justine Gaffney from Coventry, entered the competition at The Clothes Show Live 2010 at the Birmingham NEC. Visitors to the show were able to enter the competition either on the Suzuki stand or at various information points around the show and at the end of each day, two names were drawn from the entries. The finalists were invited back to the show on the last day to go through to the final which took place in the Fashion Theatre with the winner being announced live on stage by George Lamb and Caryn Franklin.
Suzuki offers a wide range of cars including the highly successful Suzuki Alto, Splash, SX4, Jimny Compact 4X4 and Suzuki Grand Vitara models as well as the latest Suzuki Swift. New Suzuki Swift makes strong developments in styling, impact safety, driving performance and handling as well as offering improved fuel consumption and significantly lower emissions. Unmistakably an evolution of its predecessor, the new Swift is even better in the ways that count most: more fun to drive thanks to exhilarating, sporty handling as well as being more attractive to look at thanks to a more sophisticated modern design. It's an even clearer reflection of Suzuki's desire to offer a sports compact that is perfectly suited to the lifestyles and demands of today.
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