Photo Release: Mitsubishi Motors Hands Over New Triton to MONO29 Pattaya Countdown 2019s Lucky Winner

Automotive Press Releases Tuesday February 26, 2019 11:59
Bangkok--26 Feb--Mitsubishi Motors

Mr. Yodchai Suewatanakul, Corporate General Manager, Office of Marketing Communications (left) represented Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Co., Ltd. handing over the grand prize of New Triton to Mr. Yodchai Trisuthi (Middle), the lucky winner from MONO29 Pattaya Countdown 2019 event. The ceremony was also joined by Mr. Bunnasit Rakwong, Director, MONO29 Television Channel (Right), extending congratulations to the winner.


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