WITH more than 50 competition venues spread across Luzon, the 30th Southeast Asia Games will need more than a traffic simulation to make sure that it runs smoothly and goes according to schedule.
British heritage car brand Morris Garages, now known as MG, has officially partnered with the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee and Mediapro Asia to address mobility concerns in the upcoming SEA Games and the 10th ASEAN Para Games.
"To be part of the 30th Southeast Asian games — an edition that features so many milestones and firsts — is a distinct honor for us at MG Philippines," MG Philippines President & CEO Alberto B. Arcilla said. "As the official mobility partner of the multi-sport biennial event, we are grateful to provide meaningful assistance to all local and international athletes and teams by equipping them with safe, comfortable, and stylish rides for the duration of the games."
A total of 80 MG vehicles will be used to transport Filipino and foreign athletes and teams to and from games that will be held in four clusters: Clark, Subic Metro Manila, and other areas. The special edition cars will carry the 30th SEA Games logo as they travel the country over the course of the competition.
Game venues include the newly renovated Rizal Memorial Sports Complex in Manila, select parts of the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, and the New Clark City Sports Complex in Capas, Tarlac, among others.
Atty. Arcilla added, "It is our privilege to be of service to all athletes as they battle it out for their respective countries, and it invigorates us to see so many energetic talents sharing in the spirit of competition and camaraderie. Through this partnership, we uphold the long sporting heritage of MG and enliven the competitive spirit that fuels MG to excel."