Limketkai Center, Cagayan De Oro City - Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI) the leading motorcycle manufacturer in the country launched Generation S: A new breed of smart and responsible riders who choose and value Honda Scooters for their Smart Technology. The Generation S campaign was launched during the Honda Gen-S Scooter Fest at the Limketkai Center, Cagayan de Oro City. The Honda Generation S Scooters include BeAT-Fi “ Scooter for All”; the Click 125i “ Premium Scooter”, and the Zoomer-X “Unique Real Naked Scooter” which are all equipped with Smart Technology features. These are the perfect scooters for varied lifestyle and personalities of our next generation smart riders.
The whole day event was capped by Gen-S Scooter rider’s parade from different Clubs in CDO. Attendees were treated with exciting booth games and raffles, photo booth. The event also featured an exciting Honda Talent Search where different groups of talented dancers and singers battled it out to be hailed as the best in Honda Talent search. Honda Poster Making contest was sensational showing the creativity of young Cagayanos, and an engaging Scooter Fest Spot My Ride accessorized contest was also showcased for visitors and guests for them to know what they can do if they have this smart scooters. And an engaging Scooter gallery display of Honda’s premiere motorcycles was also a crowd-drawer as the Honda Dealer representatives in CDO from Desmark, Honda Motor World and Powercycle were on-standby inside the booth to entertain product inquiries and discussions.
Scooter enthusiasts were also treated to have a free test ride where they experienced how the smart technology works in Honda’s latest line of scooters, which measured the scooters speed and fuel efficiency and the Idling Stop and Combined Brake Systems.
After the final reveal, everyone thought the night is over, until one of the most popular bands- Parokya ni Edgar entered the scene and serenaded the ground with a heartfelt performance that is truly for Cagayanos.
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