GM opens Opel visitor centre

May 1999
Marketing Event;May99, p5
Reports that General Motors' Opel Live project opened in May 1999 at the manufacturer's European design and international technical development center in Germany. Three elements that comprised the permanent visitor center; Marketing objectives of the brand experience.


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