April 2018: The pavilion of Aljomaih Automotive Co. (AAC) at Parking Event, which was recently concluded in the Eastern Province, at the waterfront of Al-Khobar Corniche, was distinguished by the attendance of a large number of visitors throughout the days of the exhibition, especially from the women's, who interacted with the contents of the event, particularly the driving simulation experiment that attracted the participation of hundreds of women in deriving Cadillac ATS and the Chevrolet Impala vehicles, which were equipped with state-of-the-art simulators, that give the driver a sense of true driving. The pavilion was also visited by many media figures and social media celebrities.
Mr. Waleed Al-Jomaih, Chief Operating Officer, expressed his happiness over the successful participation of the company, and the wonderful feedbacks received about the company's pavilion. He confirmed that AAC was keen to contribute to the achievement of the event for its objectives. However, the idea of Parking event was born based on the Royal Order to empower women to drive cars to enhance their value and role in serving the community; whereas the exhibition was targeting the families in general and women in particular and lasted for six days during the period from 26 to 31 March 2018. It included many guiding activities and witnessed the presence of many governmental bodies and automotive companies in addition to holding of several workshops, launching constructive initiatives and allowed women to express their feelings about this historic decision.
Waleed also mentioned, that the decision to allow women to drive is one of the historical decisions that have great local and international impact and gives a strong indication that the Kingdom is a country that is living its most beautiful ages of its history and its strong start to achieve its 2030 vision, which has been set up by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and that we witness its positive effects in a tangible way.
Waleed revealed that besides AAC's entry as an official sponsor of the event in purpose of achieving its goals, the company was participated by displaying Cadillac (XT5) and two other models of Chevrolet Malibu and Travers, as well as allowed female visitors of pavilion to experience simulation driving of Cadillac ATS and Chevrolet Impala models besides a series of interactive events through social media platforms.