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Suzuki sponsor Clothes Show Live 2011

Suzuki is preparing for the glitz and glamour as the main title sponsor of this year's Clothes Show Live running from 2-7 December 2011 at Birmingham's NEC.

Over the past 7 months, the Suzuki Street Scouts have been visiting shopping centres up and down the country with the Suzuki Streets Ahead campaign supported online, to find the latest fashion talent. After great deliberation the finalists have been chosen and will be appearing at the live final in the Suzuki Fashion Theatre to be in with a chance of winning the opportunity to work at The Clothes Show Live in 2012.

Appearing on the Suzuki stand will be Jeff Brazier and celebrity stylist Kalee Hewlett. Kalee will be on hand each day during the show offering fashion tips and advice to all who visit the Suzuki stand. Visitors will also have the opportunity to enter the "Win a Car" competition which is being run in partnership with Lee Stafford and a Runner Up prize of meeting a Hollyoaks Celebrity and having an exclusive photo shoot with them for Heat Magazine Online.

Making its first public debut on the stand is the new Suzuki Kizashi, Suzuki's first D Segment car being introduced in the UK in early 2012. In Japanese, Kizashi means "A sign of great things to come" and with the Sports aerodynamic package as standard, luxury leather seats, heated front seats, electric glass sunroof, cruise control and an eight speaker Radio/CD system, it's ideal for every Fashionista's needs. Two Kizashis will also be used by the Clothes Show to chauffer VIP guests to and from the show highlighting the upscale, exciting new direction the brand is moving in.

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