HATASU, a brand dedicated to making affordable and eco-friendly mobility solutions for Filipinos, is getting ready for the Christmas season!
HATASU HERO launching this November 14
The brand recently gave a sneak peek of their HATASU HOLIWHEELS Christmas Campaign on their official Facebook page and is kicking-off celebrations with the launch of their new HERO ebike, set for November 14, along with plans for a Grand Raffle, Christmas Freebie Promo, Holiwheels Caravan, and participation at the Team Payaman Fair.
HATASU HERO is designed for various short trips, like running errands, picking up your kids from school, or delivering orders. It comes with a cool Eagle-Eye Headlight that looks like a superhero mask, an upgraded controller and motor, bigger front wheels, a USB charger, and a small storage area.
Get a chance to win P100k cash with the HATASURPRIZE Raffle Promo
They’re also running the HATASURPRIZE Raffle Promo, celebrating their first anniversary. You can win cash, a new HATASU HARU ebike, and other prizes. The promo runs from November 15 to December 31, 2023. You may check out their Facebook page for more details.
Double the fun with the HATASU-LIT Christmas Freebie Promo
On top of the raffle, they have a Christmas Freebie Promo where you get extra goodies with every purchase, available from November 15 until supplies last.
HATASU ebike in your area during the Holiwheels Caravan
HATASU is taking their ebikes on the road with the Holiwheels Caravan, so you can see and try them out in person. They’ll announce the caravan schedule on their Facebook page.
HATASU ebike joins the Team Payaman Fair
And don’t forget to visit HATASU at the Team Payaman Fair happening on December 27 to 30, 2023, at the SMX Convention Center, Manila. You can test drive their ebikes and get freebies. It’s a great way to end the year with a new HATASU ebike to meet all your riding needs.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.