From 750+ hand-drawn artworks and a few computers graphic renderings in the 16th Toyota Dream Car Art Contest (TDCAC) Kuwait National competition organized by Mohamed Naser Al Sayer & Sons Est Co W.L.L and ALSAYER Corporate Excellence Department, 9 National winners from Kuwait were selected by eminent jury including Jawaher Al-Muhanna and Hanouf Al-Morjan to represent World Contest in Japan in July-August 2023.
The Award ceremony was attended by Mubarak Naser Al-Sayer CEO, Bengt Schultz COO from ALSAYER Holding along with the top management team of Toyota Sales & Service and Corporate Excellence including Martin James Aherne Senior Business Director Toyota Group Sales, Ibrahim Mohamad Al-Fouzan Senior Business Director Toyota Group Service, Theo Kruger General Manager Toyota Sales, Savio Alexander Alvares Deputy General Manager Toyota Fleet Sales, Kyle Stewart Deputy General Manager ALSAYER Car World, Nehad Mohammad AlHaj Ali Group Manager Corporate Excellence and Shibu Mohamed CSR Manager.
ALSAYER Management appreciated the involvement of parents, teachers, schools, and like-minded partners who worked tirelessly to ensure its success. Their dedication and commitment to fostering the artistic growth and imagination of the young artists have been instrumental in making the 16th TDCAC an exceptional event.
One of the largest global art competitions for young children, this contest inspires them to be an inventor & design master at the same time to showcase their empathy towards people, nature, and resound the ability to explore innovative solutions to address problems which disturb social harmony, environmental damage and the need for future mobility.
Nehad AlHaj Ali, Group Manager of Corporate Excellence expressed heartfelt appreciation to all participants for their extraordinary skills and contributions. “Everyone is a winner as they showed outstanding display of artistic skill and imaginative designs which struggled us to select nine winners to represent global contest in Japan. Their artwork not only demonstrated their artistic talent but also showcased their vision for the future of mobility”, he mentioned.