Trans Sport Show 2013 set on May 30 to June 2

Trans Sport Show 2013 set on May 30 to June 2 image

Text: / Photos: Brent Co | posted May 08, 2013 13:01

22nd Trans Sport Show to feature a car show like no other

The country's longest running automotive show is back on its 22th year and will once again feature unique and innovative show cars at the SMX Convention Center in the SM Mall of Asia grounds, Pasay City. The 2013 Trans Sport Show (TSS) will be running from May 30 up until June 2, 2013.

“The uniqueness of the Trans Sport Show lies in its deep connections with the exhibitors, the visitors and the competitors,” observes Andy Dysangco, a well-known car enthusiast and vintage car collector. “Other shows are for brands and cars people already see in the dealer showrooms. At the Trans Sport Show what the visitor sees are cars borne out of creativity, care and attention to detail.”

For over two decades, the Trans Sport Show has served as an avenue for the automotive industry by creating niches to which the mainstream car-makers can pick up new ideas. It also served as a powerful brand in the realm of competitions, auto restoration, aftermarket products, and car club networking.

“It always starts with an inspiration,” Mr. Dysangco, who is also a frequent judge at the event’s international-standard vehicle competitions. “The originality and creativity of others drives those who witness it to follow suit and create and modify on their own.”

For the 22nd running of the show, Phoenix Petroleum continues its partnership as the main sponsor, and will feature the 2nd Philippine Nostalgic Motor Show—a perfect segue to the launch of 'Driving Generations,' Trans Sports Show’s newest slogan.

“Driving Generations is perfect platform for the enthusiast to understand why the car crazy Filipinos love their cars, no matter what age or genre they come from,” explains Tradeshow International President, Sophie de los Santos.

For 2013, the Trans Sport Show continues to be supported by its long-time friends and partners; BusinessWorld,Daily Tribune, BusinessMirror, Malaya Business Insight, Manila Bulletin, Manila Standard Today, Manila Times, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Philippine Star, Pinoy Speed sa Pahayagan for newspapers. Crossover 105.1, DRZH 666, DWIZ 883, DZRJ 810, Easy Rock 96.3, Home Radio 97.9, Inside Motoring (official live radio partner), RJ 100.3Racing Beat Wave for radio. Auto Focus, Auto Review, Manibela, Motoring Today, Pinoy Extreme, Solar Sports, Stoplight TV, Sunshine Television, TFC Bro Channel, Turbo Zone, UNTV for television. C!Magazine, Speed, Power Wheels, Top Gear Philippines for magazines.,,,, for online automotive websites. Other sponsors include: Café Puro, Padi’s Point, Gotcha Paintball Adventure Games, Lazer Maxx Laser Tag Arena, Motorola, Petrol.

Ticket outlets include SM Tickets, SM Cinema, Snack Time and Digipost.

The show’s main support organization is the independent Porsche Club of the Philippines.