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As part of IPC’s response to the global pandemic, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) launched its “Isuzu Kasama Mo” campaign last June 1 and made its initial donation of medical personal protection equipment (PPE’s) to its partner institutions on July 10.

In a simple turnover ceremony held at the IPC headquarters in Binan Laguna, representatives of the partner organizations namely; Philippine Coast Guard, Philippine Red Cross and Caritas Manila, received the PPE sets from IPC executives in behalf of the customers. The PPE sets will be used by the partners’ brave and devoted frontliners who continue to risk their lives for their fellow citizen. 

The campaign which actively promotes the value of sharing and caring, gives an opportunity to Isuzu customers to support frontliners in every Isuzu vehicle they purchase. “The donation that our partners will be receiving today, comes from the kind heart of our valued customers,” said IPC President Hajime Koso.

“We hope that this donation will go a long way in protecting the health and safety of our frontliners. We assure our partner organization that this will not be the end of our assistance to them, as we vow to continue to support them in fighting this pandemic,” added President Hajime Koso.

The “Isuzu Kasama Mo” campaign runs until July 31, 2020. To know more about this campaign, and how to support frontliners with every purchase of an Isuzu vehicle, log on to www.isuzuphil.com, or get in touch with any authorized Isuzu dealership.

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