La Capitale General Insurance presents the Quebec City Auto Show for the next three years
Quebec City, February 20, 2013 - La Capitale General Insurance is very pleased to be the presenter of the Quebec City Auto Show for the next three years. This collaboration stems from an agreement between La Capitale and the Corporation des concessionnaires d’automobiles de la régionale de Québec (CCARQ). This year, the Quebec City Auto Show runs from March 5 to 10 at the Centre de foires d’ExpoCité de Québec, located at 250 Wilfrid-Hamel Blvd.
Quebec City Unveiling
The Auto Show has become the most popular auto event in Quebec City. Automakers come here to unveil their newest models and features. It's a unique opportunity to discover the latest technological innovations and clap your eyes on cars never before seen in Quebec City.
Prizes to be won in the Great Outdoors contest
Auto Show visitors can enter the Great Outdoors contest by stopping by the La Capitale General Insurance kiosk. The contest offers a chance to win up to $100,000 in leisure vehicles, specifically a Can-Am Commander 1000 XT Side-By-Side Vehicle; a Can-Am Spyder RS SM5 Roadster; a Princecraft Holiday DLX with a 60HP Mercury engine, trailer, dust cover, Lowrance X4 fish/depth finder and electric engine or a Pro-Lite Plus 14 ft trailer. Each of these prizes includes a $500 credit for insurance and a $1,200 gas gift card.
"We are pleased to announce that all Auto Show visitors will be entitled to a free one-year subscription to nine magazines of their choice, just by asking La Capitale for a quote. It's quick and easy!" said Yves Watier, Senior Director, Business Development and Marketing at La Capitale General Insurance.
About La Capitale General Insurance
A subsidiary of La Capitale Civil Service Mutual, La Capitale General Insurance is experiencing impressive growth and as a result now ranks third among property and casualty insurers in Quebec. It also owns other insurance companies, including L’Unique General Insurance in Quebec and Unica Insurance in Ontario. It employs over 1,000 individuals and generates some $743.5 million in written premiums.