Limited BMW 5 Series used at the 37th Consular Corps Ball
MANILA, Philippines – Asian Carmakers Corporation (ACC), the official importer and distributor of BMW cars in the Philippines and the official premium mobility sponsor of the 37th Consular Corps Ball, will be selling a very limited number of BMW 5 Series at special prices right after the event.
The Consular Corps of the Philippines is an association of career and honorary consular officers of foreign embassies and missions in the Philippines. Every year, they hold the Consular Annual Ball — an important traditional fellowship event in the Philippine international community’s calendar and attended by diplomatic and consular dignitaries as well as many Filipino celebrities.
“BMW is recognized as a preferred mobility provider around the world and has been instrumental in delivering superior mobility and service for significant gatherings globally including social, governmental and regional events. The BMW 5 Series has a solid reputation around the world in terms of performance, fuel efficiency, and safety. There simply is no other choice for these types of prestigious events,” said Maricar Parco, President of Asian Carmakers Corporation.
The BMW 5 Series is the result of perfection in design and supreme engineering in the areas of performance, safety, comfort, and luxury. The sophisticated but very modern interior proves that both driving and riding in the BMW 5 Series is a truly impressive experience passengers will enjoy at all times.
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