Yamaha Motor Philippines now has 500 3S Shops!

Date posted on July 26, 2019
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The grand opening of Freiburg Auto Corp.’s Yamaha 3S (Sales, Service and Spare Parts) Shop held on July 26 was well supported by Yamaha clubs and riders. It is the 500th Yamaha 3S shop of Yamaha Motor Philippines. The newly opened store is located at 019 President Ave., Teoville Subd., BF Homes, Parañaque.



Present at the opening were Yamaha Motor Philippines’ President Mr. Hiroshi Koike, Sales Senior General Manager Mr. Romeo Tan, Marketing Section Senior Manager Mr. Ryan Jude Camus, and Mr. Ross Martirez of Dealer Management together with the rest of the YMPH team. For Lica Group’s Freiburg Auto Corp., in attendance were President Mr. Felix Limcaoco III, Managing Director Mr. Rene Limcaoco, Chief Operating Officer Mr. Doroteo Sornet, Group General Manager Mr. Ron Santos, Assistant General Manager Mr. Marlon Mahusay and Area Manager Mr. Ronald Macaisa as well as Mr. Toshiyuki Mitsui of Sumisho Management.


Staff of the newly opened Freiburg Auto Corp. Yamaha 3S Shop with their President Mr. Felix Limcaoco III (rightmost) and Yamaha Motor Philippines’ President Mr. Hiroshi Koike (leftmost)


Yamaha motorcycles, spare parts and service are offered in the shop. Now, Yamaha riders and enthusiasts in Parañaque need not to go far as the newly opened store is a one-stop shop for their Yamaha needs. Activities at the grand opening included a motorcade, fun games, raffle, blessing, motor show, free change oil and battle of the bands.



Another highlight of the event was the launch of Yamaha Rev Buddy, an app for Yamaha riders. It is a useful tool for Yamaha riders and soon to be customers. With the Yamaha Rev Buddy, one has access to world-class products, exclusive services, every Yamaha 3S Shop and more at the palm of his/her hands. The Yamaha Rev Buddy makes it easy to reserve a product, book an exclusive technician, find out the latest rev (updates and news about Yamaha) and it also serves as a loan calculator in getting your dream Yamaha motorcycle. Popular motovlogger Benedict Maniquis a.k.a. Motodeck was a special guest at the app launch.