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Motoring

'Shoot for a cause' with the Altis Club of the Philippines

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MANILA, Philippines - On Saturday, May 26, Ortigas Home Depot will become the venue of the 1st Altis Club of the Philippines Shoot For A Cause. Altis Club of the Philippines or Clubzz is an assimilation of individuals/enthusiasts from different backgrounds that has “melted together” into a harmonious whole in pursuit of a common interest, their love for the Toyota Altis.

The club was formed on November 6, 2004 by three pioneering individuals, Conrad Young, Mark Vergel de Dios, and JB Gosiaco. They met, bonded, and thereafter started a yahoo group named “Altisclub” where they invited other Altis enthusiast through the car domain.

“Altisclub” eventually grew into Altis Club of the Philippines (www.altisclubzz.com/ ), and is now composed of 13 batches with provincial membership all over the Philippines. The club has over a hundred bonafide members registered for 2011 and over 3200 forum members and is supported by Speedlab and Clifford Body Kits.

The proceeds of the May 26 event will help support incoming grade 2 students of Esteban Abada Elementary School. It will showcase individual members’ rides and feature modifications possible for the all types of Toyota Altises, including the latest generation. Car show models Kimmy Baculi and Cyen Lazam will be gracing the event at Ortigas Home Depot parking lot located at 1 Doña Julia Vargas Ave., Ortigas, Pasig.

Organizing the shoot is Altis ClubZZ President Conrad Young (09175926760) with Events Head Gianne Batac (09174528187). For more details visit www.altisclubzz.com/ and like us on Facebook Altis Club Philippines.

ALTIS

ALTIS CLUB OF THE PHILIPPINES

ALTIS CLUB OF THE PHILIPPINES SHOOT FOR A CAUSE

ALTISCLUB

CONRAD YOUNG

ESTEBAN ABADA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

EVENTS HEAD GIANNE BATAC

FACEBOOK ALTIS CLUB PHILIPPINES

JULIA VARGAS AVE

KIMMY BACULI AND CYEN LAZAM

ORTIGAS HOME DEPOT

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