Today, dealerships have been a key selling point for some buyers, given their due consideration to the proximity and accessibility of the location itself. After crafting its name within the local automotive market last year of November, Guangzhou Automobile Motor Corporation Limited (GAC Motor) opened its newest dealership in San Fernando, Pampanga through Dreamcar Unlimited Automotive Corporation, headed by Dr. Jose Chua Jr. last February 26, 2019. This should enable the brand to cater more prospective buyers living up north.
The newly opened dealership is said to be the first one situated in Central Luzon, located along McArthur Highway, Baliti, San Fernando, Pampanga. With an estimated area of 1,700 square meters, this is facility purposely built with a display area that could accommodate up to 5 vehicles, plus, a designated area for the service center which is in partnership with Yokohama San Fernando.
Furthermore, the dealership itself shall generate job opportunities within the region. The brand has also been plotting its progressive steps in the near future. With GAC consistently eyeing on further expansions throughout the coming years, prospective dealership locations include Tarlac and Cebu which could perhaps rise later this year.
“On behalf of GAC Motor Philippines and Dreamcar Unlimited Automotive Corporation, we are excited to showcase a lineup of world-class luxury vehicles to everyone. Most importantly, this new dealership will provide more job opportunities as well as improve the automotive business in the region. We are grateful for everyone who supports us in this business Venture.”
It seems that GAC Motor has had smooth sailing during its introductory chapter and with its impending plans well laid out, indeed the brand shall venture toward more successful phases in the near future.
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