Aguila Auto Glass Partners with Ladder Events

In partnership with Ladder Events Production, AGUILA AUTO GLASS (Universal Glass Co., Inc.) joins car enthusiasts in popular car shows like Hot Import Nights (HIN), Bumper 2 Bumper (B2B) and Metro Rides. (http://www.ladderevents.com)

Aguila Auto Glass Partners With Tuason Racing School

AGUILA AUTO GLASS (Universal Glass Co. Inc.) has been a partner of Tuason Racing School since 2009.  Aguila Auto Glass  supports TRS’s vision to develop professional motorsports for Filipinos.  

Through TRS’s Driver Development and Safety Training programs, Aguila Auto Glass advocates safety keeping your vehicle in top shape and using proper replacement parts. 

Established in 1999, Tuason Racing School (TRS) is the first and the longest running professional racing school in the country. Now on its 11th year, it has become one of the premier racing schools in Asia, with students coming from different parts of the world. TRS aims to provide a complete ladder in motorsports and driver training.

Aguila Auto Glass Supports Gawad Kalinga

AGUILA AUTO GLASS (Universal Glass Co. Inc.) is a proud supporter of Gawad Kalinga. We have provided hundreds of windows to GK communities since 2008.  It is our hope that the residents in these GK homes will see a brighter world and create a better future for themselves and our nation.

Founded in 2003, Gawad Kalinga continues to build empowered communities by people with faith and patriotism; driven by a culture of caring and sharing, dedicated to eradicate poverty and restore human dignity.

Aguila Auto Glass Supports Philippine Eagle Foundation

AGUILA AUTO GLASS (Universal Glass Co. Inc.)
supports the Philippine Eagle Foundation’s quest to protect our vanishing Philippine Eagle. Since 2009, Aguila Auto Glass joined PEF as it promotes the survival of the Philippine Eagle, the biodiversity it represents, and the sustainable use of our forest resources for future generations to enjoy.

Focusing on the Philippine Eagle for the conservation of nature

The Philippine Eagle Foundation is a private, non-stock, non-profit organization dedicated to saving the endangered Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) and its rainforest habitat.  Organized in 1987, it had before that time been operating as a project undertaking research, rehabilitation, and captive breeding. 
In 1992, the Foundation successfully produced the first two Philippine Eagles hatched and bred in captivity. The birth of Pag-asa (Hope) and Pagkakaisa (Unity) caught the world’s attention and eventually led to the subsequent outpouring of public support and sympathy that helped revitalize the effort to save the species.

The Philippine Eagle is an important natural and cultural heritage. It is a powerful symbol by which our people can rally around for the conservation of our natural resources.

More at http://www.philippineeagle.org/