Rolls-Royce Sponsors Arts & Business South East Awards

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has decided to make another marketing step by announcing that it will be the main sponsor of the Arts & Business South East Awards 2010.
The awards ceremony will be held at The Cass Sculpture Foundation, Goodwood, UK on Wednesday 14 July, bringing the British brand in front of a top class audience.

The awards provide a high profile opportunity to recognize businesses that establish innovative partnerships in the South East of England. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars received an Arts & Business Sustainability Award in 2007 for the best long-term collaboration. This was granted for the automotive producer’s sustained engagement with the Chichester Festival Theater.

Rolls-Royce has a successful track record of involvement with the creative arts in the South East and I am delighted that this will be further extended through our partnership with Arts & Business,” said Torsten Muller-Otvos, Chief Executive Officer, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

Rolls-Royce has recorded a successful first quarter in 2010, as the luxury automaker saw its global sales surge in the first three months of the current year. The automotive producer’s sales jumped by 60 percent in Q1, compared to the same period of last year.

The most impressive results were posted by the Chinese market, where Rolls-Royce managed to triple its sales volume. The company was also highly successful in the Asia Pacific region, where it registered a double sales volume.

In addition to that, Rolls-Royce has increased the production level at its Goodwood plant to meet the growing demand registered on all markets.
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