In support of the local health workers handling the daily operations of the Ospital ng Muntinlupa (OsMun), Toyota Motor Philippines formally donated one unit of its popular car, the Vios. Mayor Jaime Fresnedi, OsMun director Dr. Edwin Dimatatac, and City Administrator Engr. Allan Cachuela personally received the service vehicle from TMP Chief Physician Dr. Laennec Baquiran, TMP execs Dr. Jojo Cruz and Allen Rufo on September 9.
In return, the City Government of Muntinlupa extended its gratitude to Toyota Motor Philippines for its valuable assistance to improve the local COVID-19 response efforts. The donated Toyota Vios will be used by OsMun as a service vehicle.
As of September 9, Muntinlupa City has 3,743 confirmed cases with 2,913 recoveries, 702 active cases, 128 reported deaths, 523 suspect cases, and 595 probable cases.
Latest City Government of Muntinlupa details sourced from their official media release. Some parts were edited for this website.
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Vehicle showcases are events that are amusing to attend. Even educational. Happening right now is the 2019 Trans Sport Show (or 28th Trans Sport Show) at the ground level of the SMX Convention Center near SM Mall of Asia (SM MOA) in Pasay City here in the Philippines and what I saw was impressive.
The most obvious is the wide display of cars, notably the sports cars from such makers like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ford and the like. There were also vans, off-road vehicles, vintage vehicles, and even some notable decorations related to motoring.
Upon entering the exhibition floor, I took my time looking around and taking pictures. Here are some things I observed.
Some cars on display had their hoods opened so that people can see the engine and other parts inside.
I noticed there were vans as well. As I walked around further, there were more vans but their doors were left opened primarily to show to people the nice interiors (the materials and products of which were provided by key suppliers whose people were present on the floor to sell them).
Apart from the vehicles and their manufacturers, also present were the businesses that sell spare parts and components for vehicles. You need new spark plugs? You looking for a new sound system? Check these out. Click an image to enlarge.
To my surprise, there were also some stuff being sold to geeks and motorists a like.
Here are the rest of the photos I took for your viewing pleasure. Just click an image to enlarge.
Overall I had a nice experience with the Trans Sport Show today and I really look forward to attending the 2020 edition. The event was organized to provide a venue for car enthusiasts with a highly experiential and entertaining atmosphere and to continue the tradition of automotive restoration excellence and heritage.
Since it started in 1992 as a show for car enthusiasts, the Trans Sport Show has evolved into one of the most popular automotive brands in the industry today. It is also the longest running motoring event in the Philippines.
Want some good news? If you are in Metro Manila, you still have a chance to attend the Trans Sport Show’s final day tomorrow! You can go directly to the SMX Convention Center where tickets are still being sold.
Attending the Trans Sport Show is highly recommended.