Asian Carmakers Corporation, the authorized distributor of BMW in the Philippines, is holding its biggest event of the year this weekend: the BMW Xpo at the Bonifacio Global City.
To be held at the BMW Pavilion on the corner of 30th Street and Lane D from October 4 to 6, the BMW Xpo will showcase the latest BMW cars and motorcycles, as well as the best deals on both brand-new and certified pre-owned BMW vehicles.
The three-day event will also mark the very first Philippine-market public appearance of the all-new 3-Series Gran Turismo, the latest design innovation of BMW's best-selling premium sports sedan, the 3-Series.
Special offers on BMW's FlexiLease program, financing offers on brand-new vehicles, test drives of the latest models, special prices on pre-owned vehicles, and free diagnostic services for existing BMW owners will also be available on-site.
More than just selling the German carmaker's products, the BMW Xpo will also give customers the opportunity to be a part of a worthwhile cause through its partnership with the Philippine Red Cross.
According to ACC, attendees of the BMW Xpo 2013 will be given the opportunity to join the cause, with BMW donating P100 for every registered guest on their behalf, P1,000 for every test drive and P10,000 for every vehicle sold during the event's three-day run. In addition, 50% of the proceeds from the sale of BMW Lifestyle items will also be donated to the Philippine Red Cross.
Those who won't be able to drop by the expo can still do their part in raising funds for the organization by liking the BMW Philippines Facebook Page, with ACC donating P10 for every 'like' received during the three-day event.
"We have seen the Philippines plagued by several challenges in the past months, and decided that it is necessary for us to take action and partner with a respectable institution to help our countrymen," said ACC president Maricar Parco. "At the heart of everything we do in BMW is joy. Through this partnership with the Philippine Red Cross, we hope to bring joy to those in need and help them overcome the difficulties they are facing today."