Peeks at the 2011 Geneva Motorshow

Written by Cheryl Tay on . Posted in Cheryl Tay Blog | Blog Post of Cheryl Tay


Hey there! I haven’t been updating my blog for some time and I’m awfully sorry about it… There’s so much I want to tell you: about my 958FM ‘live’ radio interview in MANDARIN, the inaugural Ladies’ Night @Kartright that went successfully and lots more!

 

But first, I want to share some set-up pics I took at the Geneva Motorshow today! Well, it’s not 12mn here yet (we’re 7 hours behind) hence it’s still the 28th of February now.

 

After 18 hours of travelling time (Singapore-Doha-Geneva), I finally landed in Geneva safe and sound with Hong of 9tro and we headed straight to the Motorshow to start work!

 

There are seven halls of exhibits on display and I have the next four days to conquer them. Meanwhile, here are some sneak pics:

 

“Hey Sexyyyyyyy…”
Look at how big the Toyota and Lexus booths are..

Oops, am missing the Singapore official launch on 4th Mar…

Look at the top of the pic: Do you see two men right up there? How scary! (see next pic below)
I would faint from the height man…

Nissan Esflow
Guess who? ;)

Guess who!
I don’t mind having his job!

Race queens being briefed.. some are even taking notes, wow!
Breathe..

That was only two halls covered today and my legs were aching like crap. It’s almost 12mn here now and I ought to go to bed as I have to be up by 530am!

 

Long day tmr from 730am to 6pm at the Geneva Motorshow… stay tuned for more pics! :)

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