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    September 1, 2004


    Source: Audi of America

    KUTZTOWN, Pa., Sept. 1 /PRNewswire/ — Lorena Ochoa earned her second tour victory by completing an exceptional final round during last weekend’s Wachovia LPGA Classic hosted by Betsy King. Ochoa, 67-68-69-65=269 (-19), edged out Grace Park, who started the day five shots ahead of Ochoa, by two strokes to claim the title. This year’s tournament took place August 23-29, 2004, at the Berkleigh Country Club in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, and it received daily coverage on The Golf Channel.

    Audi congratulates Lorena Ochoa on her tour accomplishments and dedication to the sport. A native of Guadalajara, Mexico, Ochoa is sponsored by Audi of Mexico.

    Audi of America proudly returned as official vehicle for the seventh year and displayed 15 cars throughout the course and grounds. An estimated 30,000 tournament attendees were able to view the vehicles throughout the week’s activities, make inquiries about the models displayed, and offer important feedback to onsite staff. Additionally, Audi gave away an A4 1.8T featuring the Ultra Sport Package valued at $38,120 to Tonya Gill on Friday, August 27, for her ace on hole 15.

    “What a tournament,” stated John Pockrus, Audi area executive. “Lorena is a deserving champion and a fitting representative for Audi. We were thrilled to present Tonya with a new A4 for her ace, and honored to continue supporting Betsy’s event and the local charities who are the true victors at this event.”

    Additional tournament information is available at http://www.wachovialpgaclassic.com/ and http://www.lpga.com/. Ochoa received $150,000 for her first place finish.

    Audi of America is headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan, and markets performance-oriented European luxury vehicles: the A4, A4 Cabriolet, A6, A8 L, TT and the allroad quattro. For more information about additional Audi- related events and corporate news, visit http://www.audiusa.com/ .




     
     
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