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Motor Holding General Motors seem to have solicited a good working relationship with the Lion Park resort because all their battle hardened products have of recent times been launched there.

But when you really think about it, you quickly realise that it is actually quite ingenious of them to make such a move.This is because the resort is placed well out of the city's constraints and therefore any mistake that an over enthusiastic tester makes will be well contained and not much of a spectacle to be seen by the general public; I mean it's always an embarrassing thing to be showcasing a brand new product and then have someone fluff about with it, makes you look like your product is not up to par (and Isuzu's are way above any given par by the way). There is also the very important element of feeding and giving off presents.

Let's face it; these are difficult times and GM as any other establishment is not in the habit of being spendthrifts and sending invitations and being as exclusive as you can is a sure way of insuring that you work well within your budget.So no waltzing Tom and Dick is going to pop in and spoil the party and still make the host look like he is unorganised. But those are raving thoughts; GM couldn't have possibly dreamt of such atrocities, they are polished and well rounded people who know their game very well. The reason could be found in the products themselves.

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