Honda Philippines, Incorporated (HPI) excites SM Fairview mall-goers as it launched its latest, new-generation Honda BeAT scooter tabbed as the “Scooter for All.” Visitors and onlookers were all treated to several days of cool, action-packed and exciting activities that Honda organized before it revealed the new Honda BeAT. There were test-driving sessions for interested customers and Honda users that showcased Honda’s prime Smart technology. The mall displays of Honda’s premiere motorcycles were also sure crowd-drawers. There, people expressed interest to buy a Honda BeAT for the first time or considered to buy one as a second or replacement unit once told of the Honda BeAT’s premium features by Honda reps present onsite. Aside from test drives and mall displays, entertainment was also provided for the full enjoyment of visitors and guests. Several dance groups showed their best dance moves on the floor as they battled it out against some of the best groups in the Fairview area during the Honda BeAT dance competition prior to the Honda BeAT reveal. And once the Honda BeAT was finally revealed, guests danced the night away to the captivating musical entertainment provided by Gracenote and Callalily, two of the country’s most popular alternative rock bands. Their upbeat music kept the large and participative crowd on their feet and filled with excitement, and served as the final activity to the successful twin events, particularly at SM Fairview, which is the last leg of the launch series in the Metro Manila area.
There will be more Honda BeAT Fi launches in other areas, particularly in the Mindanao region where more people are expected to find out and enjoy the benefits of the “Scooter for All.” For more about the new Honda BeAT and other motorcycle products, plus the succeeding legs of the Honda BeAT launch, visit the Honda Philippines Incorporated website,
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