Hong Kong Money Can't Buy Experience Winner in Sanya

Mr. Lam Kam Ming enjoys the trip of a lifetime

Date — 20 February, 2012

—Mr. Lam, MCBE Winner, Benoit de Clerck, Managing Director Asia Pacific and Ian Walker, Volvo Ocean Race Skipper (from left to right)

We are pleased to congratulate Mr. Lam, IWC Hong Kong’s winner of the Volvo Ocean Race “Money Can`t Buy Experience”, during the Sanya stop-over.
Mr Ming enjoyed a unique chance to visit IWC’s Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing boat, to meet Ian Walker, the skipper of the brave team , and to win an IWC Portuguese Yacht Club Chronograph in stainless steel. We hope you will tune in for more chances to participate in Money Can’t Buy Experience.

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