Suzuki PH expands Central Visayas presence with new satellite dealership

Suzuki Philippines Incorporated (SPH), the country’s pioneer compact car distributor, has added another satellite dealership to its already extensive lineup.

The new Suzuki Auto Ubay Satellite, introduced to the public through a virtual grand opening ceremony on March 20, is Des Strong Motors, Inc’s 3rd dealership – adding to the already existing Suzuki Auto Bohol and Suzuki Auto Ozamis dealerships. The launching of the Suzuki Auto Ubay Satellite reflects the company’s vision and mission of expanding its reach and strengthening the Suzuki presence in all corners of Bohol.

The ribbon cutting ceremony on-site was led by the heads of Des Strong Motors, Inc. present during the grand opening, including Dr. Silvestre A. Lumapas (President), Camille Lumapas, Marilou Du-Lumapas and Tom Joshua Lumapas. They were accompanied virtually by department heads of Suzuki Philippines.

Situated in Purok 1, Bood, Ubay, Bohol, the new dealership is set to operate on a 490 square meter space with a showroom display that can simultaneously boast four Suzuki models. Additionally, the new dealership houses two working bays that will be able to accommodate and provide Suzuki’s myriad of services.

Undeterred by the challenges proposed by the country’s current state during this global pandemic, Suzuki Philippines continues to find avenues in displaying its unwavering resolve to provide its services and have its products accessible to the general public.

Keiichi Suzuki, Vice President and General Manager for Automobile, expressed his gratitude to Suzuki’s patrons, stakeholders and growing clientele.

“None of this would have been made possible without your support. Thank you for continuous belief and faith in the Suzuki brand. Let us all continue to champion the Suzuki Way of Life and may we have more shared success in the future!” Suzuki said.

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