Motor Image Pilipinas will once again celebrate its annual Tanabata Festival. This week-long festivity will run from July 13 to 19, 2015 in all Subaru showrooms nationwide.
But what is Tanabata Festival anyway?
The term “Tanabata” means “Meeting of the Seventh” in Japanese and originated from the Chinese Qixi festival. Legend has it that there were once these 2 deities named Orihime and Hikoboshi (represented by the Vega and Altair stars, respectively). They fell in love, but were separated by the Sky King Tentei (the universe) using the Milky Way galaxy. Tentei, however, allowed them to meet once every 7th day of the 7th month of the year. This union of the stars is celebrated in Japan as the Tanabata Festival.
This Japanese tradition is what inspired Subaru to reach out to its customers.
With this, Clients who’ll make reservations during the Tanabata Festival week will receive a special gift from Subaru. Moreover, exclusive week-long celebration will offer special financial schemes such as a 0% interest rate. As it was in past Tanabata Festivals, all Subaru showrooms nationwide will be dressed for the occasion, decorated to get everyone in the festive mood.
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