Subaru PH to celebrate Japan\'s Labor Thanksgiving Day with festival

Discounts on cars, accessories, parts and lifestyle items
Aug 15, 2013

\"Subaru

Motor Image Pilipinas, the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles in the country, has a special event for Subaru vehicle owners, aspiring owners and casual fans next week: the Kansha Festival. Running from August 19 to 25, the annual Kansha Festival, which is also known as \"Subaru Customer Appreciation Week,\" is originally a celebration adapted from Japan\'s Kinro Kansha no Hi, or Labor Thanksgiving Day.

Exclusive offers on selected Subaru vehicles, accessories, parts, after-sales service and even Subaru lifestyle merchandise will be available only during the week. For this customer-appreciation week, Subaru showrooms, which will have Japanese-inspired decors, will have extended service hours of 7am to 7pm. Visitors who want to purchase a new Subaru vehicle during the Kansha Festival will also get special offers.

In addition, you\'ll be in for more special treats if you visit a showroom with your Subaru car. These customers may proceed to the service clinic and avail of other special offers on select parts and accessories. All dealers and branches will also have special wash-and-wax detailing services.

Free-flowing food will be offered to all visitors.

Tell your Subaru-owning friends about this.

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