Charity begins at home and Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is taking this to heart as it helps the transportation needs of its home city’s frontliners. MMPC extended its assistance to the local government of Santa Rosa City, Laguna by lending two L300 units.
The L300 vehicles were personally handed over to Santa Rosa City Mayor, Arlene Arcillas. The units will be utilized as a shuttle service for the frontliners to and from their respective destinations within the boundaries of Santa Rosa City during the enhanced community quarantine period. Each unit will be allowed to carry a maximum of 10 passengers, including the driver, to observe the social/physical distancing rule.
“The City of Santa Rosa would like to thank Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation for lending us two Mitsubishi L300 units to be used during this time of need,” shared Mayor Arcillas.
“When all the resources, not only of the LGUs, or of the national government, but of the private groups as well are really very important… The said units are now being used to shuttle people and goods that we distribute to our constituents who are home quarantined… We truly appreciate all the help and support of MMPC to the City of Santa Rosa not only now but ever since the corporation has chosen the city to be their home… Again, to MMPC, maraming, maraming salamat po!”
MMPC President and CEO Mutsuhiro Oshikiri, on the other hand, also expressed his gratitude to the city’s frontliners.
“Mitsubishi Motors Philippines is one with the city government of Santa Rosa in the fight against this virus. We our deeply thankful and grateful for all the sacrifice being done by our frontliners to keep this wonderful city safe. We will remain your partner in these trying times. ”
With the extension of the enhanced community quarantine, MMPC shall also extend the lend out of the units.