SUZUKI HAYABUSA GIVEN AWAY AT OKADA MANILA’S WHEELS AND FORTUNE RAFFLE

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Two of the finest names in Japan and the Philippines roused excitement recently when Okada Manila; the latest destination in luxury and entertainment in the country has chosen the Suzuki Hayabusa; the pinnacle of high performance motorcycles, as one of its grand raffle prizes for the Wheels and Fortune Raffle. Okada Manila is the newest casino resort complex in what people consider as the Las Vegas of the Philippines – the Entertainment City, located at New Seaside Drive, Paranaque City. It sits regally facing the Manila Bay and promises the best view of the place’s renowned majestic sunset.

Staying true to its promise to deliver a five-star leisure and pleasure experience with giveaways to perfectly match the luxurious lifestyle of its clients, Okada Manila Casino got the Suzuki Hayabusa for the raffle promo. The Suzuki Hayabusa is a 1300cc powered big bike and is dubbed as the fastest standard bike of the 20th century. The word “Hayabusa” is a Japanese term for peregrine falcon which is considered as the fastest of any bird. The Hayabusa however is not just about speed, because more than that, it is also being praised for its all-round performance for it also got great handling, comfort, reliability and fuel-efficiency.

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The Wheels and Fortune Raffle ceremonies took place on April 29 at Okada Manila Casino wherein hundreds of spectators excitedly waited for the lucky player to take home the Hayabusa. And Mr. Nestor Liwanag became the man of the night as his card revealed that he won the 1300cc sportsbike. The awarding saw prominent faces of both companies led by the person behind the Universal Entertainment Corporation which Okada Manila is part of; Chairman Kazuo Okada alongside Okada Manila’s Chief Marketing Officer Andy Chang. They were joined by Suzuki Philippines President Mr. Hiroshi Suzuki and Wheeltek Motor Sales Corporation (Suzuki Big Bikes official distributor) General Manager Mr. Bobby Orbe.

 

 

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