Vintage Car Drive in Gurugram
An initiative of ‘Pehle Chai’ was held on Valentine’s Day
Gurugram: Hoots and cheers was what this valentine’s days were all about! A spectacular affair leaving the crowd spell bound- “Vintage Car Drive” an initiative of Pehle Chai- as held on Sunday. This show stopper Vintage Car Drive was organised by Pehle Chai, a Gurugram based start-up in association with HMCI. It aimed to create awareness about the vaccination drive and was a reminder to people to be alert and safe and go for vaccination.
Vintage Car Drive was flagged-off from Chhattarpur Farms New Delhi, followed the Faridabad-Gurugram Road route then vintage cars drive have entered in Gurugram and culminated at Sushant lok, Gurugram at Pehle Chai outlet.
The car drive featured 21 Vintage cars & Vinatge Bikes driven by aficionados from different walks of life. Some of the eminent personalities such as Dr. Vikram Singh & Dr Renu Yadav Directors of Aarvy Healthcare Super Speciality Hospital and collectors such as Mr. Diljeet Titus- 1957 Chevrolet BelAir, Mr. S. B. Jatti- 1965 Ford Mustang, Mr Sam Shahani -1932 Ford B & others drove the vintage cars.
The occasion was graced by Chief Guest, Mr. Anil Rao, IPS (Retired) & Adviser, Public Safety, Greivances, Good Governance and overall incharge, CM Window, Haryana.
Organizer of the vintage car drive, Mrs. Sanjana Mohan, Director, Pehle Chai said “This vintage car drive which showcased the rich automotives was an awareness initiative that aimed to highlight the benefits of vaccination and aimed at creating awareness on being alert, keeping safe and that people should go for vaccination which is important to get the nation out of this pandemic.”
Also present on the occasion Dr. Vikram Singh, Director of Aarvy Healthcare Super Speciality Hospital said, As Indian we are proud to have more than 80 Lacs vaccinations in 28 Days. It was encouraging to get full support and enthusiasm from the participants especially as the drive was an awareness initiative to further lend support to the government.”