Hello Real Estate team up with Barry Lowe
- 24th July 2012, 3:56pm
Hello Real Estate has partnered with twice Australian Rally Championship winner and three-time South Australian Rally Champion Barry Lowe, and his navigator wife Helen, for the next round of the Australian Rally Championship the" Scouts Rally SA" which is being held this weekend in Adelaide.
The rally partnership with Barry's team will promote Hello Real Estate's cutting-edge Vendor Self Sell System, which incorporates all of the tools and support systems available to traditional real estate agents enabling people to sell their own homes.
Barry is a real hit with spectators due to his sensational sideways driving style. He is also popular with film crews and media as his immaculate Classic Commodore, with its 350-plus horsepower V8, provides a great spectacle compared to the quieter and sometimes less spectacular 4-wheel-drive rally cars of the current era.
The Scouts Rally will feature some of the most amazing classic rally machinery ever seen in South Australia. Neil Bates and Coral Taylor one of Australia's rallying success stories have entered their immaculate World Rally Championship replica RA40 Celica and Geoffrey David and Grant Geelan will be running their amazing Classic Porsche 911 along with many other great rally cars of the past.
Barry's partnership with Hello Real Estate will add another dimension to Hello's already rapidly growing business, which started in Adelaide and is now expanding to the Eastern States. The sponsorship will continue through 2012 and the 2013 Classic Rally Challenge series.
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