Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) recently celebrated its 20th year in the business by holding a huge gathering of its loyal customers. Called “Isuzu Big Meet,” more than 300 car owners with their beloved Isuzu vehicles showed up at the Megatent in Libis, Quezon City.
The event featured a car show participated by recognized car clubs such as Team Isuzu Pilipinas, Team Isuzu Car Enthusiast, and mu-X Owners Philippines. IPC executives and members of the motoring media judged the spectacle, which saw winners take home cash prizes, a trophy, and premium Isuzu merchandise.
Aside from that, IPC also recognized the owners of the Isuzu models with the oldest and the highest mileage. Alex Cabungal and his 1976 Gemini bagged the oldest model, while Chito Villanueva’s Highlander claimed the highest mileage with 998,628 km.
Other activities during the day included a burger and hotdog eating contest, as well as performances by the IPC Band, Pub Forties, and PUPIL.
We are thankful for the trust that you have continually showed us over the course of the years. We value this partnership and rest assured that we will continue to provide utmost quality and topnotch service every time you would seek our service.
To thank its customers, IPC gave 20% discount to all event participants, which is applicable for Isuzu merchandise, as well as parts and accessories displayed during the event.
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