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RARITAN TWP., NJ – You can get a glimpse of the technology that makes BMW the Ultimate Driving Machine.

Join the experts at Flemington BMW on Route 202-31 on Saturday, July 22 from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m. for a special Technology in Action event. 

You can participate in free demonstrations that will highlight the innovations in the latest BMW line up from BMW’s inventive Electronic-Hybrid vehicles to the state-of-the-art features in the newly re-designed 2018 5-series.

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Join in hands-on demonstrations of BMW’s patented I-drive platform and advanced safety features. Enjoy free refreshments compliments of the Cook to Order Taco Truck Team. And don’t forget to take a chance to win prizes including BMW M-Series Wireless Headphones valued at more than $150. 

The first 50 registered guests will receive custom BMW lanyards with a 32 GB Flashdrive valued at more than $50. 

For additional details contact the Flemington BMW Genius Team at 908-788-2691 or RSVP online before July 21 on the website.

The recipient of the 2017 DealerRater Dealer of the Year and Consumer Satisfaction Award, Flemington BMW proudly offers for sale and services a full line of New and Certified Pre-Owned BMW vehicles.

Flemington BMW is a member of The Flemington Car and Truck Country Family of Brands, “Family, Independent… Not Corporate,” comprised of 16 manufacturer brands and eight dealership locations on Routes 202 and 31 and is now in its 40th year of operation.  For further information call 1-800- Flemington or visit Flemington.com.

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