Monday 1 October 2012
Last Update 1 October 2012 12:53 am
Hyundai Motor Co. and its dealer in the Western region of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Yousuf Naghi Motors (MYNM), have emphasized their interest and support for Saudi talents.
This is part of their commitment to support talented Saudi youths to pursue their success and future projects as well as to enable them to pursue their dreams globally.
At an evening attended by a number of artists and media representatives in Jeddah, MYNM honored young artists and winners of Saudi Film Festival in Jeddah recently, in which Ice Cream, directed by Mohammed Ali Albasha, won the award in short feature film category, and Monopoly won in documentary film category, with its director Bader Alhomoud winning the best director award.
Mohammad Yousuf Naghi presented a number of prizes to the winners including a Hyundai car model i10, 2013. The contribution of MYNM in community services comes within its deep belief in the role of the private sector in supporting Saudi talents.
Hazm Jamjoom, executive director of MYNM, said: "Sponsoring young Saudi talents is among our first priorities. We always communicate in this regard with Hyundai Motor Company and urge them to share with us in supporting such initiatives that will help develop creative talents in various areas."
Rehan Khan, executive director for marketing at MYNM, assured that Hyundai would continue to participate in and support various social events and activities, and thus increase the number of customers loyal to Hyundai cars."
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