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        Hyundai PH Congratulates Mutya Pilipinas 2019 and Ms. Hyundai Winners

        Tags: News, Mutya Pilipinas, Miss Hyundai Pilipinas 2019


        Lady Justerinnie Santos of Bulakan, Bulacan is awarded as Miss Hyundai Pilipinas at this year's Mutya Pilipinas. There to confer the award are HARI Chairman Emeritus Richard L. Lee and HARI President Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo.


        Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo, President and CEO of Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the Official Eco-Tourism Mobility Partner of the Mutya Pilipinas 2019 pageant, extended the company’s heartfelt congratulations to the winner, Klyza Castro of Davao City and to Miss Hyundai Pilipinas 2019, Lady Justerinnie Santos of Bulacan. The coronation night took place last August 18, 2019.


        Ms. Agudo said, “Hyundai is proud to have partnered with Mutya Pilipinas in showcasing this year’s class of strong, empowered women. We congratulate Klyza Castro, who will be representing the Philippines at the Miss Asia-Pacific International 2019 pageant, and Lady Justerinnie Santos, who we felt best embodied the dynamic and elegant strength of Miss Hyundai.”


        During the pageant’s run, Hyundai transported the 40 Mutya contestants and the pageant’s organizers in a fleet of H350 luxury vans.


        Hyundai also hosted the contestants at the Hyundai Logistics Center in Calamba, Laguna, where they attended a training session of the Hyundai Dream Centre Philippines (HDCP) and toured the eco-friendly HLC campus. The HDCP is a world-class training and education hub that provides automotive scholarships to bright young men and women from diverse educational backgrounds.



        Congratulations, Mutya Pilipinas 2019!


        Ms. Agudo added, “Mutya Pilipinas and Hyundai, through our Hyundai Dream Centre Philippines, both seek to empower young women and show the world that Filipinas can thrive in any field or sector they join. We hope that the HDCP can eradicate gender stereotypes by demonstrating that our female scholars are excelling in automotive technology, maintenance, and repair.”