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IKAR 2019 FOR EXCEPTIONAL CONTRIBUTION TO BULGARIAN THEATER WITH THE SUPPORT OF MOTO-PFOHE

On March 27th, 2019 the outstanding poet, playwright and writer Stefan Tzanev received the IKAR statuette from Masushiro Oyama. Moto-Pfohe's Managing director turned to him and to the audience in the festive hall of Ivan Vazov National Theater, saying: "I am very impressed by our 19-years lasting partnership with the Union of Artists in Bulgaria and I thank for this honor. Mr. Tzanev, please accept my and my colleagues’ in Moto-Pfohe respect for your talent and the high appreciation of the audience in Bulgaria towards your work!".

In 2019 Moto-Pfohe also provided again the cars that escorted the nominees to the ceremony. On the International Theater Day, March 27, the all-new Ford Focus debuted in front of the crowd of fens awaiting the native theater elite in front of the National Theater and drove them to the red carpet of the IKAR awards. Ford Kuga also took part in the honorable escort of the best actors in Bulgaria.

With the upgraded interior space and quality of materials and craftsmanship, the all-new Focus has the widest range of technologies assisting Ford's driver, such as Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go, Traffic Signs Speed ​​Limit and Vehicle Holding System in the middle of the lane. This is the first Ford in Europe with a heads-up display. In addition, the car impresses with a seductive design, advanced SYNC3 connectivity system, high levels of safety and the traditional Ford driving pleasure.

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Up to date, IKAR winners for exceptional contribution to Bulgarian theater, provided by Moto-Pfohe, have been the most famous actors and theater associated professionals, such as Georgi Kaloyanchev, Stoyanka Mutafova, Kosta Tsonev, Tsvetana Maneva, Prof. Stefan Danailov, Naum Shopov, Leon Daniel, Krickor Azaryan, Julia Ognianova, Prof. Rumen Tsonev, Todor Kolev, Prof. Krasimir Spasov, Violeta Bahchevanova and Vassil Stoychev, Stefan Mavrodiev, Nikola Anastasov, Ilka Zefirova, Rusi Chanev and Vasil Mihaylov.

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