Jim Autos announces Environmental Fund and honors Al Gore's Award of Nobel Peace Prize
Sam Owais Quraishi
Date: October 21, 2007
Jim Autos Thailand – Thailand’s Oldest and Largest Auto Exporter – congratulates Al Gore on his Nobel Peace Prize and create an Environmental Fund in his honor
Summary: The CEO Jim Quraishi and COO Jim Quraishi of world’s largest exporter of 4x4 pickups and SUVs –Jim Autos Thailand - are avid environmentalists and have always contributed to environmental causes and have always felt that environmental stewardship is essential for our collective future. In a recent event held to honor Al Gore’s award of Nobel Peace Prize, Mr. Jim and Jim announced donating 2% of their profits to environmental projects designed to reduce greenhouse emissions in developing countries and for creating environment-friendly auto products.
Bangkok, Thailand –Jim Autos Thailand (http://thailand-dealer.com/) – world’s largest exporter of 4x2 and 4x4 vehicles as Toyota Hilux Vigo, Mitsubishi L200 Triton, Nissan Navara, Isuzu DMax and Ford Ranger among others to 100 countries in the world - today announced donating 2% of its profits to environmental causes specifically geared to reduce greenhouse gases in developing countries of South East and South West Asia. The event was held at Jim Autos spacious headquarters in Prawet district of Bangkok which includes world’s largest showroom of diesel 4x4 vehicles and was attended by “who-is-who” of automotive industry in Thailand and Bangkok city dignitaries. Executives of other divisions of the Jim Group of Companies (http://www.jimsoni.com/) namely Bloomstar Thailand (http://www.thailand4x4.com/), Jim Group of Companies Trading (http://www.jimsoni.com/) and Jim Manufacturing Division (http://www.sonimotors.net/) also announced that 2% of their profits will also be earmarked for this noble cause.
Mr. Jim and Mr. Jim congratulated Al Gore on his receipt of Noble Peace Prize and thanked him for bringing this life-and-death issue for our planet to the forelight. Mr. Jim Quraishi commented, “we only have one planet and it is our duty to preserve it for future generations. Even though we are involved with an industry that is considered a culprit in contributing to the problem, we want to be a part of the solution and want to encourage development of automotive products that will reduce emissions and also sponsor automotive after-market industry geared to creating environmental-friendly products.
The most notable part of the event was inclusion of our major competitors in the event. Executives of Mark Motors Thailand (www.markmotorsthailand.com) announced that they will also contribute 2% of their profits to this noble cause and will cooperate with Jim Group companies in projects of their interests.
The Jim Group of Companies (http://www.jimsoni.com) is Thailand’s largest and oldest auto exporting group and commands a whopping 80-90% share of the automotive exporting market. Jim is owned and operated by the Quraishi Family which is considered Asia’s First Family of automotive Retailing and has been in automotive business since 1911. For more information please email Jim at email@example.com or visit http://www.jimsoni.com/.
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