2016.06.10

MAKING DREAMS COME TRUE: EURO MOTORS CONTINUES TO GIVE THIS RAMADAN. EURO MOTORS AUCTION RAISES MONEY FOR CHILDREN IN NEED.

Bahrain – Euro Motors, the official BMW Group importer in Bahrain, has continued its partnership with The Dreams Society for the fourth consecutive year. During the month of Ramadan, the two organizations facilitated an auction with all proceeds raised going to the children of The Dreams Society who are affected by debilitating or terminal illnesses.

Hosted by Bahraini comedian and DJ Imran Al Aradi, the auction saw over 2,800 Bahraini Dinar raised for the children. In addition to contributing to a good cause, the highest bidder won a trip of a lifetime to the BMW Welt the manufacturer’s multi-functional customer experience and exhibition centre located in Munich, Germany. As well as exhibiting all of the latest models from BMW cars and motorcycles it is within close proximity to both the BMW museum and headquarters.

Paul Yates, General Manager of Euro Motors, said: “We are part of the Bahraini community, therefore we feel we should continually look for ways to give back, especially in the Holy Month of Ramadan, a time of generosity and sharing. Our work is only possible with inspiring partnerships with organisations such as The Dreams Society, giving us the opportunity to work with the children that are most in need. We will continually look to various activities to make a positive impact on our community. “

Euro Motors has partnered with The Dreams Society on a number of occasions, including ‘30 Dreams in 30 Days’. The challenge that saw the BMW importer sponsoring two children during the Holy Month of Ramadan. Overall, it has been 4 years where Euro Motors and The Dreams Society has joined hands to share happiness amongst children.

The Dreams Society is a Bahrain based charity that works with a number of organizations including Euro Motors in order to make dreams come true for children who are affected with terminal illnesses such as cancer, cystic fibrosis, cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy.