Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation

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Mitsubishi Motors Philippines stages its 14th Skills Olympics


In an effort to continuously develop the skills of dealer sales and after sales personnel, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) recently staged its 14th Skills Olympics at its newly opened Peak Motors Philippines dealership located at Manila Bay, Pasay City. Representatives to the Mitsubishi Skills Olympics were passenger and commercial vehicles salesmen, service advisors, service technicians and genuine parts and accessories merchandisers from MMPC’s nationwide dealership network. All of the participants have competed and displayed their respective skills in selling vehicles, genuine parts merchandising and delivering the best after sales service.

The Mitsubishi Skills Olympics is an annual event that is being held to ensure that all dealer personnel are committed in delivering total customer satisfaction, at the same time strengthening friendship and camaraderie among the Mitsubishi family and inspiring everyone of the Mitsubishi Motors spirit of passion, performance and perfection.

Carworld Inc., MMPC’s central Luzon dealer was judged as the overall champion based on the total points it garnered for all categories.

Winners per category were:

Fuso Sales Contest
Champion Carworld Inc. – Mr. Emerson B. Manjares
2nd Place Diamond Motor Corp. – Mr. Meynard V. Oruga
3rd Place Union Motor Corp. – Mr. Jefferson Gabriel

Sales Hotshots
Champion Carworld Inc. – Ms. Joan Cyril P. Mallari
2nd Place Diamond Motor Corp. – Ms. Maricyl A. de Jesus
3rd Place Jabez Motor Corp. – Mr. Ryan Christopher A. Bartolome

Parts Specialist
Champion Avescor Motor Inc. – Mr. Christopher A. Laron
2nd Place Jabez Motor Corp. – Mr. Floren C. Madla
3rd Place Union Motor Corp. – Ms. Rowena C. Alegre

Service Plus Adviser
Champion Union Motor Corp. – Mr. Jaime S. Bandong
2nd Place Carworld Inc. – Mr. Chito R. Guamos
3rd Place Mr. Isagani A. Almoneda, Jr.

Service Plus Technician
Champion Carworld Inc. – Mr. Prince Gerald M. Adriano
2nd Place Union Motor Corp. – Mr. Dhonie Rex V. Bustonera
3rd Place Diamond Motor Corp. – Mr. Noel Mirabueno

MMPC President and CEO, Mr. Masahiko Ueki commended all the participants for displaying their best on each of their particular fields. “As always, the Mitsubishi Skills Olympics lived up to being one of the most anticipated events for the entire Mitsubishi Motors family. This event will serve as an inspiration to all of us to work even harder and stay committed towards continuous improvement on our services for the benefit of our customers”, Mr. Ueki said.

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