ProvenExclusivity preowned clearance sale to raise funds for storm victims
In an effort to help the hundreds of thousands of families that were affected by Tropical Storm “Maring,” P10,000 will be donated in the name of the customer to the Philippine Red Cross for every preowned vehicle sold during the sale. Vice president for sales and marketing Robert Shaw says, “This effort won’t be able to help all of the victims, but we believe each small contribution will have a big impact on their lives as they recover from this calamity.”
Earlier this month, CATS Motors Inc. introduced ProvenExclusivity, the Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle program of the company. To officially launch the program, a three-day clearance sale was scheduled a few days before Maring struck, but because of it, the event had to be moved.
Exclusive vehicles including Mercedes-Benz, Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge will be up for grabs at incredible introductory prices. There will be a wide selection of executive, demonstrator and preowned vehicles that can all be test-driven in the designated area and route within the event vicinity. Financing and insurance packages and assistance will also be available at the event.
Every vehicle has been through an intensive 115-point check and certified by qualified technicians. The multipoint technical and condition inspection includes comprehensive and detailed individual mechanical, electrical, bodywork and interior checks. The cars also go through an independent title inspection to check its mileage and ownership history, to ensure a vehicle chronology and to confirm that the car is not subject to any outstanding lien. The exterior and interior of the cars are restored to a condition appropriate for the vehicle’s age and mileage, and have been thoroughly detailed.
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