Silver Star unveils new Mercedes Benz A45

Published: Friday | December 13, 2013 Comments 0
Dean Kirkland (left), architect and contractor for the new Mercedes Benz showroom, makes a toast with Christopher McFarlene.
Dean Kirkland (left), architect and contractor for the new Mercedes Benz showroom, makes a toast with Christopher McFarlene.
Gary Clarke shares a photo op with Jackie Stewart Lechler.
Gary Clarke shares a photo op with Jackie Stewart Lechler.
The ever-gorgeous Ann-Marie Vaz(right) and the effervescent Diana Stewart.
The ever-gorgeous Ann-Marie Vaz(right) and the effervescent Diana Stewart.
Tom Connor and Diana Stewart are all smiles at the grand opening of the new Silver Stars Motors showroom. - PHOTOS BY Colin Hamilton/Photographer
Tom Connor and Diana Stewart are all smiles at the grand opening of the new Silver Stars Motors showroom. - PHOTOS BY Colin Hamilton/Photographer
Hint Hint! Shelley Hendrickson, business development manager of Jamaica Fibreglass Products, would like to find this under her Christmas tree.
Hint Hint! Shelley Hendrickson, business development manager of Jamaica Fibreglass Products, would like to find this under her Christmas tree.

Jody-Anne Lawrence, Gleaner Writer

Silver Star Motors Limited held an epic unveiling to reveal their new showroom and present the masterpiece that is the Mercedes Benz A45.

It was like a new bride - the room was white, spotless and untouched. It was accessorised with four Mercedes, including the A45, which was covered until the end of the event.

Car lovers and those who yearn for the finer things in life showed up in their numbers at the company's South Camp Road showroom on Wednesday evening.

Before the unveiling and cutting of the ribbon, this new venture and showroom was blessed by Father Peter McIsaac, who gave a heartfelt prayer.

Brand Manager Sloane Jackson quoted the "Best or Nothing" tagline that was used by co-founder Gottlieb Daimler to motivate workers to build the best vehicle - a line they have definitely lived up.

After the cutting of the ribbon, it was the great reveal of the beautiful white A45 which had mouths gaping and cameras flashing. It stole the show and the ceremony.
 

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