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Buy a Suzuki motorcycle and get a Shell Go+ card

Points can be used toward discounts and perks at Shell stations

Are you shopping for a Suzuki motorcycle? PHOTO FROM SUZUKI

Suzuki Philippines has partnered with Pilipinas Shell to make owning a motorcycle more rewarding and convenient. Through a recently signed agreement between the two industry giants, every purchase of a Suzuki motorcycle gets the rider a Shell Go+ card with 200 free points equivalent to P100. The card allows members to earn points and avail of exclusive perks and rewards at any of Shell’s over 1,000 stations nationwide. This includes discounts on Shell V-Power fuels and lubricants, as well as Shell Select snacks. Suzuki riders can also receive free roadside assistance.

The yearlong partnership was confirmed in a ceremony held at the Suzuki 3S Shop in Roosevelt, Quezon City, led by Pilipinas Shell vice president and mobility general manager Randy del Valle, Shell Mobility marketing delivery manager Arvin Obmerga, Suzuki Philippines motorcycle sales and marketing general manager Jun Bulot, and Suzuki motorcycle marketing manager Nenuka Guba.

“We are delighted to partner with Suzuki, one of the biggest brands nationwide,” del Valle said. “The features and services at our Shell stations will be providing extra layers of customer satisfaction to clients who had bought Suzuki motorcycles here in the Philippines.”

“Now that we are being challenged by the pandemic, this project is a refreshing step toward rewarding our customers as we all ride ahead in the new normal,” Bulot added. “We encourage them to move around on two wheels because motorcycles are economical and efficient, and they promote social distancing.”

Aside from the rewards program, Suzuki and Shell will be hosting club rides for existing owners, and display activities at select fuel stations nationwide.

Andy Leuterio

Andy is both an avid cyclist and a car enthusiast who has finally made the shift to motorcycles. You've probably seen him on his bicycle or motorbike overtaking your crawling car. He is our motorcycle editor and the author of the ‘Quickshift’ column.