AS A socially responsible automotive manufacturer and due to its strong desire to cultivate the youth, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) recently handed over an L300 unit to the Santa Rosa Science & Technology High School (SCITech) which will be used as service vehicle by the students and its faculty in Laguna.
The vehicle will be utilized as a mode of transportation for inter-school competitions and special trainings held outside the school.
In attendance for the turnover ceremony were Congresswoman Arlene B. Arcillas, Laguna City Mayor Dan S. Fernandez, vice mayor Arnold B. Arcillas, PTA president Eldo C. Medina, SCITECH Principal Dr. Dionisia L. Alvarez, assistant principal Rowena P. Pascua, MMPC president and chief executive officer Mutsuhiro Oshikiri, MMPC senior vice president for corporate division Yasuki Maruyama and MMPC vice president for corporate public relations Renato S. Lampano.
In their messages, Santa Rosa City’s top government officials expressed their gratitude to the donation and emphasized MMPC’s help and blessings being poured to the city. They also took note of how heartily generous it is for a company to be donating vehicle for the youth and how important it is for the recipient to be responsible when using the vehicle.
MMPC president and chief executive officer Mutsuhiro Oshikiri said, “We are giving high regard to the government officials of Santa Rosa, its teachers and to all the men and women who work at SCITech due to their noble efforts and sacrifices in developing the students’ well-being and untiringly imparting knowledge to them. We hope that your well-deserved students will remember Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation in their dreams and aspirations.” (PR)