Celebrities, models, and other personalities donned their colorful outfits, complete with frills and florals during a Havana-themed party to kick-off 2020.
To start the year on a positive and high-spirited note, local company Ever Bilena Cosmetics, Inc. invited all of its employees in Metro Manila to the festivities at the Metrotent Convention Center in Pasig City.
Comedians Betong Sumaya and Petite took charge of hosting duties as party guests looked back at some of the makeup company’s achievements in 2019, as well as its goals for the year ahead.
Together with EBCI executives and employees, several celebrities graced the event including endorsers Max Collins. Dianne Medina Ilustre, and Rayver Cruz. Beauty queen Emma Tiglao, the Asistio siblings, and the players of the Blackwater Elite basketball team also joined the stylish celebration.
During the event, chief executive officer Dioceldo Sy, chief operating officer Siliman Sy, and sales and marketing director Denice Sy recognized employees who have rendered excellent service to the company for many years.
The 20-year service awardees included warehouse dealer Crispin Isip, dealer recruitment specialist Leslie Dorado, treasury associate Luisa De Guzman, beauty consultants Maribel Lontok and Gemma Respicio, and tax compliance manager Marina Mercado.
On the other hand, driver Danilo Macam, beauty consultant Aida Miclat, and operations supervisor Concepcion Venida who have all worked at EBCI for 25 years were also awarded.
Coach Patrick Aquino was also given a Scroll of Recognition for leading the Gilas Pilipinas women basketball team in winning a gold medal at the 30 th Southeast Asian Games.
On top of the awards, there were also games, special performances, and a grand raffle draw where lucky winners were given cash, gift certificates, travel packages, and brand new appliances, among many others during the party.
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