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Fun and facts combine at forklift function


Thursday, 31 May 2007 ( #312 ) - GOLD COAST, Australia
Local News Story
Demonstrating the machine's capabilities.
Manitou Australia’s Manitour roadshow, which has already been staged in Western Australia and Victoria, rolls on to the Gold Coast on 15 June and New South Wales on 31 August.

One of the highlights of the tour is a demonstration by Manitou-France employee, Arnaud Lestienne, who shows his unparalleled product knowledge when driving the machines on two wheels. Unfortunately, Lestienne will not be at the Queensland event.

Attendees are invited to trial a wide range of Manitou machines, with six active demonstration areas. Once participants trial all six product areas, they will go into the draw to win a Triumph Daytona 675 valued over $16,000, drawn on 31 August 2007.

As well as product demonstration areas, and dependant on location, some participants will also have the opportunity to race go karts or try their hand at a V8 experience.
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