To celebrate 80 years of motor oil excellence, Delo recently launched their anniversary campaign called “Let’s Go Further Today With Delo.” This is their way of thanking motorists who continue to trust and support their products though the years.
The campaign kicked off last October 2, 2015 by shouldering toll fees at North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) Bocaue Toll Complex for 1-hour. Motorists were also Delo premium freebies.
“This is our way of showing our appreciation to all Delo users and motorists alike. We’ve been in the market for 80 years and have helped various lifestyles go further. Moving on to our 81st year, we are grateful that more people and industries trust us with their engines and businesses said Joe Bronfman, Chevron Area Business Manager for Philippines and Vietnam.
That’s not all. They’ll also offer discounts on motor oils and limited-edition Delo merchandise in selected Caltex stations nationwide. The great thing about this is that everyone’s welcome, Delo users and non-Delo users alike. This promo will last for the months of October and November.
We are returning the favor to Delo users who continue to trust us all these years with these offerings, and at the same time, we are also inviting non-Delo users to give our product a try to experience its full benefits Bronfman adds.
For loyal Delo users, free Jollibee meals and free parking in various locations nationwide will also be given as a gift.
Delo will cap off their anniversary campaign with the “Delo Driver of the Year Awards.” This aims to recognize and award 2 PUV drivers who’ve shown outstanding commitment and excellent service to the commuting public.
Delo is a brand of motor oils, lubricants, and coolants by Chevron under the Caltex master brand in Asia Pacific. Their product lineup includes diesel engine oils, greases, gear lubricants, engine coolants, and transmission fluids with ISOSYN Technology. Delo products are available in all Caltex stores and auto supply stores nationwide.
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