Bots Auto Festival to feature finest women

Miss Botswana registration
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The second Annual Botswana Finest Auto Festival promises to be full of eye candy for car lovers, especially that this year features some of the country’s finest women.

On Saturday the organisers held auditions and registration for the finest women interested in being part of the show slated for May 2, 2015 at Airport Junction Mall.

Though the auditions and registration started on a low note as few young women popped in, by midday the organisers were happy with the turnout with more arriving for auditions. One of the organisers, Joe Khengere, told Showtime that they were happy with the young women who came to audition, especially that they did not specify, which number they want.

“We have not really specified the number we want for now because we are going to cut down to a number we want for the actual show. 

Right now, we are giving anyone a chance that is interested in entering,” he said. He explained that the main purpose was to link the car show with the presence of beautiful women, of which one stands a chance to walk away with a title and a P5,000 cash prize.

“There is going to be a proper beauty pageant in between the car show and the judges will pick one finest woman to walk away with the prize,” he said.

On the car show, Khengere said for the finest car, the winner would walk away with a set of mag wheels worth P12,000 and a sound system.

On the day, many activities are expected to take place at the actual show including Miss Bots Finest, speed and sound display, sound-off show and shine, pimp my ride car and bike display and more.

Speed and Sound from South Africa, Ignition, LASCA South Africa, Spin City Botswana, and Race War are expected to grace the event.

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