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Partinform blooms in Bloemfontein

Partinform blooms in Bloemfontein

The third stop for the Partinform Road Show was Bloemfontein, the sixth largest city in South Africa, situated in the Free State Province. Partinform welcomed 185 guests on the 5th of April 2017, making it the biggest show yet on the Road Show calendar.

Partinform represents the good guys, the local automotive aftermarket suppliers who offer quality, safety, reliability, back-up, industry training, and all the other good things associated with reputable branded products. The Partinform Road Show visiting cities throughout the country is all about creating awareness and interacting with new and existing customers who attend the event. In addition, brand representatives display their products whilst attendees directly obtain knowledge at the different stands which is useful for the popular game show quiz later in the evening.

The event took place at the beautiful Ilanga Estate situated to the north of Bloemfontein on a tranquil estate with beautiful gardens and an exquisite ambience.

Bloemfontein was also popularly and poetically known as "the city of roses", owing to the abundance of these flowers and the annual rose festival held there. The city's Sesotho name is Mangaung, meaning "place of cheetahs". Bloemfontein has since 2011 formed part of the Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality, having previously been part of the Mangaung Local Municipality.

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