Caltex, marketed by Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), announced today their ‘Fuel Your Fortune’ raffle promo. Beginning October 7 until December 31, 2019, every Php500 worth of fuel up at Caltex stations earns customers the chance to win exciting prizes.
Caltex, marketed by Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI) and in partnership with HSBC, announces its newest raffle promo ‘Fuel Up and Fly’ beginning October 1 up to December 31, 2019. The promo is open to all primary and supplementary HSBC active credit card holders.
For every accumulated Php1,000 fuel spend at participating Caltex stations using their HSBC credit card, motorists automatically get one (1) electronic raffle entry for a chance to win one of the exciting getaways for two in select countries in Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and USA.
(L-R) SPH Director and General Manager of Automobile Division Keiichi Suzuki; Executive Assistant of City of Tagum Mayor Pastor William Cuyacot; Grand Canyon Multi-holdings, Inc. Chairman Peter Po; Grand Canyon Multi-holdings, Inc. Comptroller Carol Po; Grand Canyon Multi-holdings, Inc. VP for Operations Lorenzo Aguilar; SPH Auto Sales Manager Jude Racadio; lead the groundbreaking rites of new Suzuki Auto Tagum.Suzuki Philippines, Inc., the country’s pioneer subcompact car distributor, continues to bolster its presence in Mindanao with a new dealership in Tagum City in Davao. After setting a new record of more than 2,000 vehicles sold nationwide in four consecutive months this year, SPH is gearing up to open new showrooms in different areas across the country with fast-paced business growth.
Realme Philippines, committed to elevating the smartphone experience of its users, is thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of its newest quad powerhouse offering in the Philippine market – the realme 5 Pro. The newest addition to its local lineup is expected to arrive in the Philippines in the next few weeks.
Most of the executives interviewed for the 2019 edition of the Business Barometer: The Philippines CEO Survey carried out by Oxford Business Group (OBG) were upbeat about the country’s prospects, although they remained divided about the impact of President Rodrigo Duterte’s tax reform packages.
As part of its survey on the economy, the global research and advisory firm asked around 100 C-suite executives from across the Philippines’ industries a wide-ranging series of questions on a face-to-face basis aimed at gauging business sentiment. The results are now available to view in full on OBG’s Editors’ Blog at: https://oxfordbusinessgroup.com/blog/patrick-cooke/obg-business-barometer/obg-business-barometer-philippines-ceo-survey-2019