The Covenant Car Company Inc. (TCCCI), Chevrolet’s official Philippine importer and distributor, has inaugurated its newest 2015 dealership in Isabela. Being the second most populous province in Northern Luzon, the bustling Queen Province of the Philippines is a very promising market for the bowtie brand’s vehicles.
Chevrolet Isabela is TCCCI’s 23rd dealership in the country, a far cry from the 12 pioneer dealerships they had in 2009. Further marking the brand’s growth and success is the expected opening of 3 more dealerships before May and 29 operational dealerships by the year’s end.
“Together with our partners and patrons, we would like to extend the warmest welcome to new member of the Bowtie family, Chevrolet Isabela. We are confident that this new dealership will make significant contributions in paving the way for the growing Chevy community,” says Atty. Alberto B. Arcilla, president and managing director of Chevrolet Philippines-TCCCI.
Chevrolet Isabela’s ribbon-cutting ceremony was kicked off with a motorcade of proud Chevy owners parading their vehicles around the city of Santiago, Isabela. Various VIPs were present during the inauguration including honorable Vice Mayor of Isabela, Mr. Jun Cabucana, who welcomed and thanked Chevrolet for their involvement in building Isabela’s economy.
Also gracing the event were the senior vice president and director for aftersales services of Chevrolet Philippines-TCCCI, Rose M. Dimalanta; vice president and director for corporate building and administration services of Chevrolet Philippines-TCCCI, Divina O. Soria; senior assistant vice president and OIC director for national sales services of Chevrolet Philippines-TCCCI, Leah R. Avante; first assistant vice president and director for steward competency and development services of Chevrolet Philippines-TCCCI, Jose J. Jose; and Chevrolet Stewards from all service groups.
Chevrolet’s Isabela store sits on 1,200sqm of land capable of showcasing 6 to 8 cars simultaneously, along with 6 service work bays, and a modern customer-focused lounge. Its operations will be managed by dealer operator Mauricio S. Tallara.
A Zero Interest Promo with all-in low downpayment schemes for the Chevrolet Captiva, Orlando, and Trailblazer LT AT will be available as Chevy Isabela’s opening salvo. Additionally, a one-year comprehensive insurance coverage will be protecting buyers of the Captiva.
Finally, most bowtie nameplates will ship with a 5-year warranty, the Colorado and Trailblazer will come with a 3-year special warranty plus a 2-year extended warranty for the Power Train, or 100,000km whichever comes first. New customers will also have the convenience of a free 3-year 24/7 roadside assistance service.