As Suzuki Philippines (SPH) closes 2017 with spectacular sales performance and numerous recognitions, the Japanese carmaker also celebrated its success with the growing number of Team Suzuki Philippines (TSP) family.
SPH executives, together with Suzuki car club members gathered at Remington Hotel, Pasay City to commemorate the team’s milestone - reaching 4,100 active members. The thanksgiving celebration was attended by over 100 TSP Car Club members, who participated in various games, exciting raffles, and other fun activities.
In case you’re wondering, TSP is a non-profit organization that aims to build up camaraderie and support among owners of Suzuki vehicles and SPH executives.
As of now, TSP has seven official car clubs; Team Alto Pilipinas, Team Celerio Philippines, Swift 1.2 Philippines, Club Ertiga Philippines, Vitara Club of the Philippines, Team Ciaz Philippines, and Suzuki Jimny 4x4 Club Philippines.
Last year, each group conducted several outreach programs, fun runs, tree-planting activities, team-buildings, and outdoor challenges to strengthen the bond among members.
“We look forward to further growing Team Suzuki Philippines this year and reaffirm our commitment to supporting all their activities. As we gear up for an even more fruitful 2018, we are excited to further act on our mission to transform the automotive industry by delivering only quality products and services to better serve the Filipino people and bring to them the Suzuki Way of Life.”
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