Honda breaks ground in Manila Bay
Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) recently conducted a groundbreaking ceremony for its newest car dealership, Honda Cars Manila Bay. Soon to rise along Bradco Avenue, Aseana Business Park, Paraňaque City, residents and customers working around the area will enjoy more convenient access to Honda’s products, services and facilities.
With a land area of 3,000 sqm, Honda Cars Manila Bay is strategically located in the booming and the next Central Business District (CBD) area in Manila, the Aseana Business Park. This dealership shall offer the latest Honda product line-up and vehicle service facilities for preventive maintenance and general repairs. Honda Cars Manila Bay will also be the first dealership to have the Honda Museum, which will showcase Honda’s world history from its origin to the present product technologies and development. The Honda Museum will also display a collection of its popular and latest products such as automobiles, motorcycle and power products to name a few. Honda Cars Manila Bay is another fulfillment to HCPI’s promise to bring its products and services closer to its customers.
Honda Cars Manila Bay is the sixth branch under Honda Cars Makati, Inc. (HCMI) group of dealerships, other branches are located in Makati, Pasig, Alabang, Shaw and Global City.
The groundbreaking ceremony was headed by Mr. Toshio Kuwahara, President and General Manager of HCPI, Mr. John Philip Orbeta, Chairman and President, Ayala Automotive Holdings Corp and Mr. Emmanuel Aligada, Deputy CEO, Ayala Automotive Holdings, Corp. and President & COO, HCMI. Distinguished guests from Paraňaque local government office also graced the event, Honorable Congressman Eric Olivarez, City Mayor Edwin Olivarez and Vice Mayor Rico Golez and the officers from BRADCO Properties: Mr. Delfin Wenceslao, President; Major General Maximo Caro, Executive Vice President and Rear Admiral Josefino Solidum, Executive Vice President.
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