Ford sweetens the deal of this entrepreneur’s car purchase by giving her P1,000,000 in cash. A businesswoman from Muntinlupa City recently purchased a 2019 Ford Ranger XLT 4x2 AT from Ford Global City, which entitled her to a raffle entry to Ford’s latest Big Deal promo.
The businesswoman is the wife of an OFW, and according to her, she purchased the pickup to cater to her businesses. A dog breeder, she needed a capable vehicle to transport the dogs that she breeds, as well as the sacks of rice for her rice reselling business.
She lauds the Ranger’s wide bed which can carry and move heavy loads and goods without compromising the driving experience. The Ford Ranger is a capable midsize truck that is capable of bearing a weight of 1,120 kilograms. The 1,234 liters of space is also a big deal when it comes to this truck as it was enough for this savvy business owner.
Ford asked what the businesswoman will do with the winnings, her reply was two fold. She plans to use the cash prize to renovate her house, save up for school tuition fees and visit Hong Kong for a vacation in September when her husband comes home.
Ford Philippines managing director, Bert Lessard, and Ford Global City manager Danny Chua were present at the awarding ceremony. So congratulations Marianne Hernandez, the team at AutoDeal wish you well with your new midsize pickup, your business endeavors, and your plans with the P1,000,000 cash prize.
Ford’s Big Deal promo went for customers who purchased any variant of the EcoSport, Ranger, Everest, Mustang, Explorer, Fiesta, or Expedition. Reservations made during the Manila International Auto Show or within the month of April from any Ford dealership entitled the buyer to a raffle entry.
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