Celebrating in style

The atmosphere was fun and friendly at the Zupps Trade Night.
The atmosphere was fun and friendly at the Zupps Trade Night.

Zupps Truck and Bus Centres sure know how to show their customers a good time.

They recently launched a new range of Higer Buses, the 12.3m RoadBoss with a lavish dinner in a private race car museum. Guests hopped into a Higer Coach and were told that they were going to a 'secret location', when they arrived at the prestigious Garage 88 they were greeted by waiters with drinks and canapés .

Treated like real VIPs they walked up the red carpet and into the venue.

Housing an extensive range of Australian Motor Racing memorabilia, Garage 88 is the culmination of a life-long family passion for motorsport, celebration of racing legend and a real life workshop still set up today as it was when it operated for Harris Racing - a Super Car team sponsored by Castrol.

Home to some of the most rare and desired cars of each decade, ranging from a 1950s Ford Thunderbird right through to twenty first century cars, Garage 88 hosts a collection driven and raced by legends such as Dick Johnson, John Bowe, Bob Morris, Jim Richards, Steven Richards and Jason Bright. Guests spent the majority of the night enjoying the sites and were treated to a mouth watering 3 course meal from Caxton Street Catering all while being serenaded by two piece band Savvy.

With guests of all ages and from all over Queensland, the atmosphere was as fun and friendly and the conversations were long and free flowing.

Each guest was given a pair of engraved wine glasses as a thankyou gift as they departed.

Overall the guests were heard to say they had had a most enjoyable evening.

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