Shell intensifies prime fuel products campaign

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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

PILIPINAS Shell intensified its campaign for their prime fuel products, Shell V-Power Nitro+ fuels, in Davao City with the Shell V-Power Nitro+ #FuelExcitement Exhibit at Abreeza Mall recently.

Vanessa Ejercito, Pilipinas Shell fuels brand manager, said the exhibit was a visual feast that showcased the product features of Shell V-Power Nitro+ fuels, as well as some of the latest vehicle and motorcycle models that run best with Shell's top performance fuels.

The event was in line with Pilipinas Shell's Forumula for Excitement campaign.


Shell V-Power Nitro+ comes in two variants -- Shell V-Power Nitro+ Gasoline and Shell V-Power Nitro+ Diesel.

Ejercito said the Shell V-Power Nitro+ Gasoline is their latest performing fuel for gasoline engine cars.

"It has 25% more friction modifier as compared to the previous formulation, Shell Super Premium," she said, adding that this will reduce the friction in the engine areas allowing increased car performance. The Shell V-Power Nitro+ Gasoline also actively cleanse your car's engine which will ensure you for an exciting drive on the road.

"The Shell V-Power Nitro+ Diesel is the best ever premium performance diesel of shell. It has cleansing technology for better performance of latest vehicles equipped with the latest diesel injection system," Ejercito said.

She said the fuel range will help improve the car's performance ensuring motorists of a formula for excitement during road trips or daily travels.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on September 04, 2014.


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