Yamaha Motors Philippines forges partnership with UAAP schools

Yamaha YZone Lot 8 Block 8, ADB Avenue corner Opal Road Ortigas Business Center ,  Pasig City- Philippines

 Yamaha Motor- Philippines one of the world’s biggest in the motorcycle industry and the The University Athletic Association of the Philippines ( UAAP ) the most popular athletic league in the country  for the upcoming college sports season at the Yamaha YZone in Pasig City.
 
The event started with a short introduction from Mr. Rico Robles
 
 
UAAP President Mr. Rodrigo Roque of the University of the East and ABS-CBN channel 2 Licensing Officer Ms. Karen Coloma joined Yamaha representatives Mr. Romy Tan, Mr. Ryan Camus, Mr. Toru Osugi, and Mr. Kaoru Ogura in signing the memorandum of agreement that formalized the partnership.
 From left) Mr. Romy Tan, YMPH Sales General Manager; Mr. Kaoru Ogura, YMPH Sales & Marketing Director; Mr. Toru Osugi, YMPH President; Mr. Rodrigo Roque, UAAP Board Member; Ms. Karen Coloma, Head, Licensing Division, ABS-CBN Corporation and Mr. Ryan Jude Camus, Yamaha Motor Philippines-Marketing Section Manager.
 
In line with the partnership, the motorcycle company, according to Yamaha Marketing Director Camus, will visit each of the eight member universities to put up booths promoting its latest AT motorbikes. Camus also bared plans of going to the schools’ respective sister campuses and even to non-UAAP member colleges.
 
He also revealed plans of having specially-designed UAAP-themed Yamaha Mio Sporty motorbikes in the market soon.
 
 
Student athletes Mr. Michael Jerremy Mabanag from the Ateneo De Manila University,  Ms.Alyja Daphne Santiago from National University, Ms. Bernadette Pous from Far Eastern University, Mr.  Jason Varilla from the University of the East , and Moriah Gingerich from University of the Philippines also graced the partnership event.
 
 
 
 
  ” There is a growing demand from students to use motorcycle in going to their classes ” according to Mr. Rodrigo Roque. This is to avoid the heavy traffic congestion within  the University Belt area  . It is where six ( 6) out of  the eight ( 8 ) UAAP schools are mostly based.
 
 

 Yamaha Motor Philippines: http://www.yamaha-motor.com.ph/yzone/index.html

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2 thoughts on “Yamaha Motors Philippines forges partnership with UAAP schools”

  1. ano po ba ang lanline ng y zone sa ortigas may itatanong ako pyesa o bibili ako kc ang sabi sa akin sa angono yamaha doon ako pumunta tnx

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