There’s no excuse for you to not attend the Suzuki Auto Festival this year

Updated Sep 14, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates
It is an online family event.

The implementation of strict quarantine protocols in the country disrupted many events to prevent the further spreading of the COVID-19. However, this does not stop Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPH) to continue its annual Auto Festival.

Suzuki knows how much of a risk it is to host an on-ground Auto Festival. For this reason, SPH puts in the effort to go digital through one of the most favorable digital platforms, Facebook.

Suzuki's Auto Festival ad

Suzuki's event will start on September 19

In this way, participants of the Auto Festival no longer need to leave their homes to join in the fun. SPH reassured participants that it prepared deliberately to provide the same energy as if it were held live. Suzuki hopes that the event will provide happiness and joy to its valued customers during these trying times.

The Suzuki Auto Festival will put on a show by featuring its vehicles such as the Suzuki XL7, Suzuki S-Presso, and the rest of its automobile lineup. To keep the whole family entertained, SPH will also feature activities for the kids to participate in. This includes the Suzuki Safety Scout webinar.

An XL7 on a bridge

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SPH aims to provide a memorable experience by handing out several online contests, games, and Suzuki merchandise, especially for the young ones during the event.

The Suzuki Auto Festival is a two-day event, happening on September 19 to 20, 2020. Viewing starts at 11 a.m. happening each day on Suzuki Philippines’ official Facebook page.

“Festivities like these serve as beacons of how we can remain unwavering in our commitment to provide our customers and those who believe in Suzuki, and the Suzuki Way of Life! innovations that are designed to foster a stronger sense of community,” concluded Keiichi Suzuki, Suzuki Philippines vice president and automobile division general manager.

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