Monday, June 6, 2016

Two Chevy Dealers in Philippines Named in GM International Grandmasters

Two dealers from the Philippines became 2016 GM International (GMI) Grandmasters in Barcelona, Spain, last May 9, 2016. The winners are Chevrolet Batangas, which was given the Rookie of the Year award, and was represented by Mr. Felix Limcaoco, Mr. Carlo Montemayor and Mr. Doroteo Sornet, and Chevrolet Cebu, named Dealer of the Year and represented by Ms. Emily Ong. They were among the 124 individuals in the region who received GM’s highest honor for its dealerships.

Now in its 13th year, the GMI Grandmasters program was created to reward GM’s best of the best dealers in the region for their excellence. Winners were selected based on vehicle and parts sales, service, customer satisfaction and facility standards. They were judged on both the quantity and the quality of their operations.

“Now, more than ever, we need high-performing business partners who are passionate about winning to sell and service our vehicles,” said GM Executive Vice President and President of GM International Stefan Jacoby. “Nobody knows our brands, products or customers better than our dealers. That is why we regard them as a critical part of our team.”

Atty. Albert Arcilla, President and Managing Director of Chevrolet Philippines – The Covenant Car Company, Inc. (TCCCI) said, “Our dealers are playing an important role in building the Chevrolet brand and supporting our sales in the Philippines. Like GM, our Grandmasters are putting the customer at the center of everything they do and building a culture to win. Their outstanding performance has set the standard for our entire network.”

During this year’s Grandmasters program, which began on May 8, GM provided participants an update on its business and its exciting plans for the future. It also showed dealers some of the products that are being launched across GMI markets in 2016 as well as in the coming years. The program concluded on May 11 in Castell de Sant Marcal with a gala dinner for all participants.

GMI announced that next year, the Grandmasters will progress to a more intimate, market-specific format. GM will continue to recognize elite dealers in each market as GM International Grandmasters, while encouraging and rewarding strong, high-performing teams. It will also launch the GM International President’s Club, an exclusive team of 10-15 dealers from across the region who will have the opportunity to truly influence the company’s business by sharing their input with GM’s leadership team.


  1. meawhile, chevy davao customer service is abysmal. 8 hours for an oil change and they charge you 11k what the actual hell

    1. Agree!... ok sana kung professional ang gumawa.. kaso puro OJT ang nandon.. walang kwentang service center!.... Customer satisfaction rating O out of 10!

  2. Mga hijo, then why did you buy Chevy when you cannot afford the service? Dapat pala sa inyo Multicab !

  3. Mga hijo, then why did you buy Chevy when you cannot afford the service? Dapat pala sa inyo Multicab !