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Suzuki gears up for the Royal Highland Show


Suzuki is gearing up for another great four-day event at the Royal Highland Show this week. The full range of Suzuki ATVs will be on display at the show, which is running from 19th-22nd June.
Alongside Suzuki’s ATVs there will be daily competitions to win a Suzuki workwear kit, and if that wasn’t enough of a reason to drop by for a coffee and chat with a representative, Suzuki is also offering a show special of 6 months free fuel*, when you order a new KingQuad at the show.
Sales and Marketing Manager, George Cheeseman comments, “We’re looking forward to another exciting Royal Highland Show, and the chance to engage with both existing and future Suzuki customers. With our courtesy ATV scheme, free workwear kit offer and the show special free fuel promotion, it could be a busy few days on the Suzuki stand.”

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