Kaizen goes to Baguio Auto Fest 2017

The CAP-John Hay Trade and Cultural Center was filled with the revving sounds of engines from cars from all around the Philippines during the Baguio Auto Forums 2017 held on October 21 and 22. Car enthusiasts displayed their engine and body customization. Some enthusiasts parked their vintage cars, customized with the technology and gadgets available today.  

The featured events during the BAF 2017 were the Remote Control Formula Drift, Food Fest, and Beer Pong Competition.    

With the aim to have clients experience the beauty of Baguio through house and lots, Kaizen Builders Incorporated, in collaboration of the Sales and Marketing Team, joined in the Bazaar Fest along with some small scale entrepreneurs and businesses. Kaizen has about twenty-four properties listed for tripping and for sale giving clients a variety of properties to choose from.

In line with the yearly theme of customized cars, Kaizen builds houses according to the client’s wanted design, look and lifestyle. Once a client decides on the location, he can now decide on how the house will look like with the help of Kaizen’s in-house architect and engineer.

This is the first time that Kaizen took part of such an event and it was successful as it did the whole auto fest. The Chief Executive Officer of Kaizen Builders Incorporated, Dr. Cecille Apostol and the Chief Marketing Officer, Vincent Tabor, praised everyone in the team for doing a great job and making the two-day stay at the event a fruitful weekend.

General Manager, Marilyn Cabusi(second from  the left) briefs clients for properties being sold by Kaizen Builder Incorporated.

From the efforts made at BAF 2017, Kaizen is now expecting a handful of excited clients to showcase what the firm has in store for them.

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Kaizen Builders Incorporated has been building homes for more than twenty-three years for more than one thousand satisfied home-owners all around Baguio City.

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