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Philippines Corporation (MMPC) thru its community development "Lakbay Kalinga" program recently celebrated Christmas with its adopted community in the area. For this year, around one hundred fifty school children together with their parents were recently treated to a fun-filled Christmas party inside MMPC's facilities in Cainta, Rizal.
 
 
In an effort to continuously develop the skills of dealer sales and after sales personnel, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) recently staged its 12th Skills Olympics at Diamond Motors Marcos Highway facilities. There were representatives from MMPC's Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao dealership network and all participants have single intention of showcasing their skills in vehicle sales and after sales service. More than 500 guests witnessed and enjoyed the Skills Olympics.
 
 
“Shoki Hoko” or Corporate Responsibility to Society is one of the three guiding principles of the Mitsubishi group, with which Mitsubishi Motors, as a socially responsible automotive manufacturer continues to adopt. Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) recognizes its part in enriching the society both materially and spiritually in every best ways that it can.
 
 
Sport utility vehicles or SUVs became popular in the early 90’s as a status symbol. Since then there were a lot of SUVs introduced in the market fitting every budget, demographic and lifestyle. At motor shows journalist, executives, and car enthusiasts spend most of their time in throngs around the many SUVs on display. Almost everyone dreams of owning an SUV as it gives prestige and a statement of lifestyle and fulfilment.
 
 
It was in 1991 when Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) brought to the city of Tacloban best quality Mitsubishi vehicles and factory certified after sales service centered on total customer satisfaction. Tacloban City being declared as a highly urbanized city continues to attract many investors both local and foreign.
 
 
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