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Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPH), in collaboration with Grand Canyon Multi-Holdings, Inc., recently opened a new dealership in Pangasinan.

The new Suzuki Auto Pangasinan dealership, introduced virtually to the public on March 26, is Grand Canyon Multi-Holdings, Inc.’s 12th Suzuki dealership, adding to their impressive fleet of dealerships strategically scattered across the country.

The new 3S dealership, located in De Venecia Road, Brgy. Banaoang, Calasiao, Pangasinan, sits comfortably in a 1,670 square meter space, with an impressive showroom that can accommodate a total of five Suzuki models. The new dealership also boasts six working bays that can cater to the needs of Suzuki’s loyal patrons and customers in the area.

Members of the Grand Canyon Multi-Holdings Inc. group including by Peter Po – Chairman, Caroline Po – Comptroller and Jan Andrew Po – President were all virtually present in the Grand Opening ceremony. The Suzuki Philippines team and top officials from different banks also joined the ceremony virtually due to the limitations of today’s current conditions.

“Suzuki Philippines continues to remain resolute in their pursuit of expanding their reach across the country’s numerous islands. The opening of this new dealership, which aims to ultimately provide better service for customers located in the province of Pangasinan and neighboring cities, is only but another step in SPH’s continued call to carry and champion the Suzuki way of life,” the company said in a statement.

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