|(from left) Mr. Hajime Koso IPC President, Ms. Evelyn Co Isuzu D-MAX winner and Mr. Raymond Jarina Isuzu INTECO Group President|
Celebrating its 200,000 unit-sales, Isuzu Philippines Corporation turned into Santa Claus for buyers of the Isuzu Crosswind, D-Max and mu-X by giving away holiday presents in their 200,000 units sold promo.
Some eight winners from the National Capital Region (NCR), Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao received a brand new D-Max and mu-X after purchasing an Isuzu Crosswind and D-Max. Some four mu-X buyers, on the other hand, were given a vacation package for four to Amanpulo.
The winners of the brand new Isuzu D-Max pick-up are Evelyn Co (NCR), City government of Baguio (Luzon), Lloyd Centino (Visayas) and City government of Panabo (Mindanao).
Meanwhile, Randy Carolino (NCR), Tanciano Reyes (Luzon), Juna Prado (Visayas) and Roger Clarete (Mindanao) draw are now owners of a brand new mu-X after buying an Isuzu D-Max during the November draw.
|(from left) Mr. Hajime Koso IPC President, Ms. Rosalyn Manabat assistant of Mr. Randy Carolino Isuzu mu-X winner and Mr. Raymond Jarina Isuzu INTECO Group President|
|(from left) Mr. Raymond Jarina Isuzu INTECO Group President, Ms. Rosalyn Manabat assistant of Mr. Randy Carolino Isuzu mu-X winner and Mr. Hajime Koso IPC President|
|(from left) Mr. Wenceslao Camayo Branch Manager Isuzu Urdaneta, Mr. Manoling Jarina HRD Director Isuzu INTECO Group, Mr. Romeo Concio General Services Officer City Government of Baguio.|
Further, Rogelio Avergonzado (NCR), Napoleon Tedd David Limpco (Luzon), Sarah Ann Javison (Visayas) and Muhamid Janti (Mindanao) and some three companions each are set to enjoy a grand vacation showcase to Amanpulo after winning the raffle.
Moreover, 40 winners of P50,000 coupon that can be used to purchase Isuzu supplied parts, lubricants, accessories, and Best Value Package (BVP) in any authorized IPC dealerships nationwide.
IPC president Hajime Koso said that the promo is a way of extending their sincerest gratitude to those who show their trust and confidence to the brand—old and new alike—that made them reach their milestone in the country.
"As a way of showing how pleased we are with how you show your trust and confidence in us, we have brought you this," he said. "We in Isuzu will continue to find better ways to serve the Filipinos as we will be constant reliable partners in business or leisure alike," Koso noted.
The next batch of winners—those who bought their IPC light commercial vehicles (LCV) from December 1-31—will be drawn on January 15, 2016.
Last October, the local arm of Japanese carmaker Isuzu added another feather to its cap after breaching the 200,000-sales barrier last October during their 19-year stint in the country.
Based on its records, IPC has sold a total of 201,777 since its operations in 1996 up to October 2015.
Leading their sales was the ever-reliable flagship model Isuzu Crosswind (introduced in 2001), with a total of 85,308 units sold after it was introduced some 13 years ago. Also, the biggest sale for the well-loved AUV Crosswind was made in 2003, where 8,901 units were rolled out.
The D-Max pick-up placed second in their top-selling units, delivering 29,115 after being launched in the Philippine market in 2003. The presence of the Isuzu mu-X (launched in 2014), is also being felt in the local scene after reaching the 10,000-unit mark in October 2015.