CLARK FREEPORT -- The LausAutoGroup (LAG) inaugurated its newest car dealership Nissan Clark on Wednesday, January 29.
The new Nissan Clark dealership was officially unveiled to the public by Laus Group of Companies (LGC) chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) Lisset Laus-Velasco, LGC president Paul Tristan Laus, Laus Nissan Group executive director Diorella Laus, LGC executive director Levy Adrian Laus and their matriarch, Teresa Laus.
Located at the LGC Automotive Services Building here, the Nissan Clark is the newest dealership under the LAG.
During the ribbon-cutting ceremonies, the LGC executives were joined by Nissan Group Philippines Inc., president Atsushi Najima, Clark Development Corporation (CDC) President and CEO Noel Manankil, Department of Transportation Assistant Secretary Mark Steven Pastor, BB International Leisure and Resort Development Corporation President Ireneo Alvaro, Angeles City Mayor Carmelo “Pogi” Lazatin, Jr., and Vice Mayor Vicky Vega-Cabigting.
According to Laus Nissan Group executive director Diorella Laus, the new car dealership was last major project of his late father, Levy P. Laus.
She said the new Nissan Clark is well-positioned and is expected to contribute to the development of Clark Freeport. She added that they aim to deliver utmost satisfaction to their customers with topnotch products and excellent customer care.
Meanwhile, Nissan Philippines president Najima thanked the LAG for representing Nissan in North and Central Luzon.
“Nissan shares with LAG the commitment to enrich people’s lives and to continue to serve our customers better,” Najima said during the inauguration ceremonies.
CDC president Manankil and DOTR Assistant Secretary Pastor both congratulated the LAG for their new dealership.
LGC chairman Lisset Laus-Velasco shared that the Nissan dealership under the LAG started in 2010 with Nissan Bataan.
“At the onset of 2020, the new Nissan Clark is a manifestation of our desire to reach out further to the thousands of Nissan lovers across the region,” Laus said.
Laus said they “stretched further, literally and figuratively” with Nissan Clark’s spacious facade measuring 93 meters.
“With the long facade, customers can have better visibility of the products in the showroom,” Laus said.
Laus added that Nissan Clark’s service area is future-ready for expansion.
Rediscover excitement at the new Nissan Clark along M.A. Roxas Avenue in Clark Freeport.