Official Statement Of Isuzu Bacolod City Regarding The Viral Case Of The Car Buyer That Allegedly Got Snubbed | Think Philippines

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Remember the story of the Chef from Bacolod City that allegedly wasn’t attended by Isuzu Bacolod City because of his “poor looking/pobre looking” physical appearance?

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The whole social media community went crazy over his story. Who in his right mind wanted to be discriminated anyway, right?

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Attached below is the official statement of Isuzu Bacolod City, the car dealership that allegedly snubbed Chef Celis because of his physical appearance.

OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF ISUZU BACOLOD CITY (c) Think Philippines Archive
OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF ISUZU BACOLOD CITY
                                                                (c) Think Philippines Archive

Also, to support their claim that they never discriminated Chef Celis ; they also shared the CCTV snapshots showing the viral Chef being assisted by their Sales Executive.

Directly contesting the initial public perception that Chef Celis wasn’t attended and got snubbed because of his “poor looking” physical appearance.

However, they (ISUZU Bacolod City) admitted that their potential buyer in the persona of Chef Celis was “mis-directed” to the Parts and Accessories department.

CCTV Footage showing that Chef Celis was attended by Isuzu Bacolod City's Sales Executive. Contrary to the popular belief that the Chef was snubbed because of his physical appearance.
CCTV Footage showing that Chef Celis is being attended by Isuzu Bacolod City’s Sales Executive. Contrary to the popular belief that the Chef was snubbed because of his physical appearance.

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