IPC customers donate PPEs to frontliners through “Isuzu Kasama Mo” campaign

    Mobility Cars IPC customers donate PPEs to frontliners through “Isuzu Kasama Mo” campaign

    Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), in its continuing total commitment to be Your Responsible Partner not only to Filipino motorists, families, and enterprises, but also to the country’s brave and devoted healthcare and medical frontliners who continue to risk their lives in order to fulfill their daily duties, launched its “Kasama Mo” campaign last June 1.

    The “Isuzu Kasama Mo” campaign effectively continues IPC’s unwavering support to the country’s frontliners during the general community quarantine. Last March, when government declared enhanced community quarantine, IPC and its dealerships lent out its reliable light commercial vehicles such as the Modernized PUV, the TRAVIZ, Mu-X and D-MAX to local governments and hospitals for use as personnel shuttle service, while other dealerships handed out face masks and bed sheets to various hospitals. 

    This time, IPC involves its customer as they play an important role in this campaign. Every unit purchase of an Isuzu D-MAX, Mu-X, TRAVIZ, N-Series, F-Series, or C and E Series from June 1 until July 31, 2020 (retail or fleet transaction) is equivalent to a set of PPEs that IPC will donate directly to a partner organization—either the Philippine Coast Guard or Caritas Manila. The donation will be given on the client’s behalf.

    To know more about IPC’s “Kasama Mo” campaign and how to support our frontliners with your next purchase of an Isuzu vehicle, log on to, or get in touch with the authorized Isuzu dealership nearest you.   

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