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MCF Hangout with Follow Me Japan

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blogentry-129174-0-87421300-1503298920_thumb.jpg Over 60 MyCarForum (MCF) members, together with their partners and family, gathered at the Toyota showroom last Friday night to attend the MCF Hangout with Follow Me Japan (FMJ). The event, a unique collaboration between sgCarMart and FMJ, was an opportunity for MCF members to learn about the different Hokkaido Fly & Drive holiday tour packages.

 

At the event, staff from FMJ were on hand to share with guests on the unique experience that FMJ's Fly & Drive package offers, by allowing customers to travel at their own pace and plot their own holiday experience along the way. By driving instead of following a more conventional coach tour, travellers will have more luxury of time to take in the beautiful attractions and scenic roads that Hokkaido has to offer.

 

blogentry-129174-0-27421600-1503298991_thumb.jpg sgCarMart Automotive Journalist Desmond Chan speaks about his experiences with drive trips.

 

blogentry-129174-0-99670300-1503299003_thumb.jpg FMJ Chairman Mr. Ven Nishimura talks about how FMJ has cemented its reputation as the top travel expert for Japan.

 

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blogentry-129174-0-16121900-1503299056_thumb.jpg Representatives from FMJ highlight some of the key attractions that travellers can expect in Hokkaido.

 

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blogentry-129174-0-49207400-1503299093_thumb.jpg Guests participated in a treasure hunt to win FMJ travel vouchers!

 

blogentry-129174-0-26404400-1503298958_thumb.jpg Of course, no event is complete without good food.

 

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blogentry-129174-0-71830900-1503298947_thumb.jpg Toyota Sales Consultants were also on hand to talk guests through new Toyota models, including the facelifted Corolla Altis and brand new Harrier.

 

blogentry-129174-0-57946900-1503299116_thumb.jpg To see more photos from the event, click here.

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I wish to compliment MCF for organizing this great event where the ambient is great that attracted a huge turnout, not to mention the great food we have.

 

It certainly open my eye of what to expect for self driving if I opt for my future holiday trip.

 

I hope to see more such event in the coming months

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Hi, Helloworld99. 

 

Thank you for your interest in MCF hangout event. My name is KobayashiGT and I help to organise such event for MCF members. Usually, we will have a pre-event thread to garner interests for members to join the event. And there is also multiple ads exposure within sgCarMart.com, MyCarForum.com and our facebook fan page. As most of the events are sponsored by our sponsors, so we do not have a fixed dates for each event every month. So you need to always visit MyCarForum more often to check on our events too! 

 

Thank you so much for your interests! I hope to see you next time at our next MCF Hangout! 

how do i get invited to such event?

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Hi Bro, 

 

Thank you for your kind words. My team and I are deeply appreciated with your praises. We will work even harder to bring you all greater events! (:  

I wish to compliment MCF for organizing this great event where the ambient is great that attracted a huge turnout, not to mention the great food we have.

 

It certainly open my eye of what to expect for self driving if I opt for my future holiday trip.

 

I hope to see more such event in the coming months

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