- Nesthy Petecio recently shared a photo on social media showing her and her first-ever car
- It was a Chery Tiggo 2 car rewarded to her by United Asia Automotive Group, Inc.
- This, after she bagged a silver medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
- Many netizens then sent their congratulatory messages to the Filipina boxer for finally owning a car
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Nesthy Petecio recently took to social media to share a glimpse of her first-ever car.
On her Instagram page, the Olympic silver medalist posted a photo showing her Chery car.
To recall, Nesthy was recently gifted a brand new Chery Tiggo 2 by United Asia Automotive Group, Inc. (UAAGI) President Rommel Sytin.
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This, after UAAGI showed their support to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Medalists by rewarding the athletes with brand new vehicles. Earlier, Nesthy brought pride to the country after her tremendous performance at the Olympics.
“With McQueen,” the Filipina boxer simply wrote in the caption.
Netizens then congratulated Nesthy for finally owning a car.
“Congrats sa bago mong auto. You deserve it!”
“Congratz Nesthy! Thank you Chery Auto!”
“Fruits of Labor , Congratulations @neshpetecio”
“Congrats with your first car champ!!!”
Here is Nesthy's post:
Nesthy Petecio is a Filipina boxer. She has won a gold medal at the 2019 AIBA Women's World Boxing Championships. She's also the first-ever Filipina boxer to win an Olympic medal after bagging a silver in the women’s featherweight final at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Hidilyn Diaz recently expressed how proud she is of Nesthy. This, after the Filipina boxer bagged a silver medal in the women’s featherweight final at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. The Filipina weightlifter created a video where she aired her heartfelt congratulatory message to Nesthy. According to Hidilyn, she also became emotional while watching Nesthy’s fight against Japan’s Sena Irie.
Nesthy, after bringing pride to the country, will be met with well-deserved rewards from various organizations and companies. The Olympic silver medalist will receive at least P17 million in cash rewards. Aside from cash rewards, a house and lot, a condo and free flights also await the Filipina boxer.