The two-day event brought 30 women from across the globe, including the U.S., the U.K. and Azerbaijan. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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A group of business-minded women from around the world gathered in Lebanon over the weekend to take part in Lebanon's first women-only vintage car rally. Rallye des Graces brought 30 women from across the globe to participate in the two-day event, aimed at increasing tourism and establishing strong business connections on local and international levels while driving vintage cars across Lebanon.On the first leg of the rally, participants drove north to Jbeil, then to Batroun and Upper Metn, arriving at the Pine Land resort in Hammana. However, Lebanon's problems with road infrastructure caused a few headaches.It's only about getting to the checkpoints within a certain time, otherwise you get penalized," Lahoud explained.For many drivers it was their first visit to Lebanon, and many expressed an interest in bringing their products and services to the country.
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