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Suzuki helps typhoon victims through its Share Program and Sagip Kapamilya

In times of need, Suzuki gives back to the community by reaching out to our kababayans who need the most help. After tropical depression Lando (international name Koppu) left a large part of northern Luzon devastated, the brand came to provide aid to our fellowmen the Suzuki Way.

Suzuki reaches out to Lando stricken areas through Sagip Kapamilya


Suzuki receives Sagip Kapamilya Certificate of Donation  (L-R): Mr. Norminio C. Mojica, Suzuki Philippines Foundation Inc. president; Mr. Hiroshi Suzuki, Suzuki Philippines Inc. president; Mr. Higino Dungo Jr., Sagip Kapamilya program director; and Mr. Marcel Rinon, Sagip Kapamilya deputy director.

“This is the time when our fellowmen need us most and we, in Suzuki Philippines, ensure that we extend our help to those who are in need. It is time for us to pay it forward and do our share in rebuilding the lives of our countrymen affected by typhoon Lando,” shared SPI president Hiroshi Suzuki.


Suzuki Helps, Aids and Rebuilds (SHARE) Program

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Suzuki is attending to the needs of motorists affected by typhoon Lando through its SHARE Program which provides free check-up, tune-up, oil and oil filter to all Suzuki motorcycle owners. The program started last October 23 and will run until November 6 in major towns of Nueva Ecija (Cabanatuan, Rizal and Bongabon), Aurora (Baler and Maria), and Pangasinan (Urdaneta and San Carlos). The objective is to ensure that our kababayans’ motorcycles are working well to address their commuting needs as they recover from the onslaught of the typhoon.

For Suzuki motorcycle owners in Pangasinan, the SHARE Program will be at Urdaneta on November 3-4, and at San Carlos on November 5-6.