Cash in on SEAOILs VIP Club rewards

SEAOIL Philippines Inc., the countrys pioneer in the use of biofuels, ushers in yet another industry innovation as it starts redeeming the loyalty points accumulated by members of the SEAOIL VIP Club.

In photo (l-r): Mr. Art Cruz, SEAOIL Marketing Director; Mr. Lauro Eugenio, SEAOIL VIP Club Awardee; Mr. Mamerto Rojas, SEAOIL Franchisee-Paraluman Station; and Mr. Archie Monasterial, SEAOIL Retail Development Manager.

Introduced in October 2007, the SEAOIL VIP (Values, Incentives, Privileges) Club is a program designed by the company to help loyal customers save money every time they gas up with SEAOIL. Under this scheme, a VIP Club member earns points corresponding to his fuel and lubricant purchases. These points can be accumulated and converted into cash.

From January to September this year, SEAOIL has awarded over P700,000 to its VIP Club members nationwide. Last October, the company awarded P54,128 to Mr. Lauro Eugenio, making him the highest individual earner so far among the programs 32,000 members.

Mr. Eugenio operates a fleet of 16 passenger jeepneys, all of which are regular patrons of the SEAOIL station in Brgy. Paraluman, Marikina. Each of his jeepneys loads up to P1,000 worth of diesel every day.

Mr. Eugenio says that he was convinced to switch to SEAOIL when he learned about the companys unique loyalty program. "I was attracted to the concept of earning cash even while spending for fuel. Imagine, in less than a year I already earned P54,128 without breaking a sweat."

Now a loyal SEAOIL customer, Mr. Eugenio attests to the quality of the companys diesel product. "When we started using SEAOIL BioXceed for our fleet, my drivers noticed that their jeepneys no longer emit smoke or air pollutants. Before, we always got held up by enforcers for anti-smoke belching. Now, all our jeepneys pass emission tests. We are very happy about this big improvement."

Entry into SEAOILs VIP Club is free. To become a member, all one has to do is go to a participating SEAOIL station and ask for a registration form.