Lewis Hamilton meets fans ahead of Abu Dhabi race
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Wed November 9, 2011 6:26 pm

UAE. Motor racing ace Lewis Hamilton took time out of his busy racing season to visit fans at the Reebok Store in The Dubai Mall on Wednesday.

Lewis, who is supported by Reebok for all his training apparel and footwear needs, is one of the most recognised faces in the motorsport arena and a regular on the winning podium.

During the visit Lewis Hamilton greeted 27 lucky winners from the ‘Meet Lewis Hamilton’ competitions which were held by Reebok across the emirate prior to the event and delighted hundreds of motorsport enthusiasts and spectators by chatting, signing autographs and taking pictures with people in the crowd.

Looking bright in the latest ZigTech apparel, Lewis Hamilton said “It’s great to be back at the Reebok store in Dubai and meeting my fans in the UAE. I’m looking forward to the weekend and a great race.”

About RBK ME
Since 1999, RBK Middle East is the sole distributor for the Reebok brand in the GCC. Headquartered in UAE, RBK ME has distribution & sales offices in all the six GCC countries. The company has 14 company owned outlets in the region and also looks after the distribution of Reebok products to the various multibrand stores throughout the GCC.

About Reebok International Ltd.
Reebok International Ltd., headquartered in Canton, MA, USA, is a leading worldwide designer, marketer and distributor of sports, fitness and casual footwear, apparel equipment. A subsidiary of adidas Group, the company operates under the multiple divisions of the Reebok brand, Reebok-CCM Hockey and the Sports Licensed Division.

For more information, visit Reebok are www.reebok.com and www.reebok.com/women.

 

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