2010 Los Angeles Auto Show: Jaguar Land Rover Thanks City of LA

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LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18, 2010: Jaguar Land Rover hosted Los Angeles' First Deputy Mayor, Austin Beutner, at their show stand at the LA Auto Show on Wednesday, November 17 where Jaguar Land Rover Executives showed the delegation their auto show debut vehicles, the Range Rover Evoque and Jaguar C-X75 Electric Concept Vehicle.  Jaguar Land Rover presented the Deputy Mayor with a framed display showcasing both brand's recent Auto Show promotional activities in Los Angeles, demonstrating the excitement the company has for the Los Angeles marketplace. The company placed "Hello L.A." banner ads around the city, displayed its vehicles at popular destinations and hosted VIP events.  Frank Klaas, Global Head of Communications, said, "Los Angeles is the perfect setting for the world debut of our all-new five-door Range Rover Evoque and North American debut of our Jaguar C-X75 electric concept.  Los Angeles is an international trend setting city and, of course, is the entertainment capital of the world. We were very pleased to share Jaguar and Land Rover with the City of Los Angeles."

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