Over 100 Rolls Royce customers wined and dined at company's assembly line in UK
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- 12:58 am, June 04, 2012
For the first time in history, the company’s assembly line was transformed into a grand dining room.
Rolls Royce Motor Cars organized a unique socializing event for its select customers this weekend. More than 100 guests were invited to the event tilted 'Dine on the Line' wherein the British luxury carmaker had organized for a special banquet at the company's plant in Goodwood, England. It was for the first time in the history of the company that the assembly line was transformed into a grand dining room, where the high rolling Rolls Royce customers winded and dined, at the very same place where every Rolls Royce car was hand built at some point of time.
Most of the guests were chauffeured to the location in Rolls Royce Phantom limos and in some cases, even by helicopters. At the venue, the high rolling customers were greeted by members of the management team, followed by a red carpet stroll through the production area and to their respective dining seats.
"The occasion provided the opportunity to introduce customers to the new Phantom Series II family, which were displayed in the dining area alongside beautiful heritage cars from the 1930s." a Rolls Royce spokesperson said.
First Published on 12:58 am, June 04, 2012
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