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Winford Manila, PAGCOR outreach program grows

Winford Manila Resort and Casino (WMRC), in partnership with the Philippine Amusement & Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR), recently hosted the third Paskong Pasasalamat mula sa WINFORD at PAGCOR, an annual Christmas gift-giving and meal-sharing activity for the less fortunate citizens of neighboring barangays.

From left: WMRC President & COO Jeff Evora, WMRC Vice President Atty. Alfonso Victorio G. Reyno III, PAGCOR Chairman & CEO Andrea Domingo, and PAGCOR Branch Manager Jethro Chancoco.
In attendance were no less than a thousand residents of Santa Cruz and neighboring barangays—up from 500 attendees last year—to receive their gifts and enjoy a yuletide meal courtesy of WMRC and PAGCOR.  

 The beneficiaries of the community outreach initiative were identified and selected by their respective barangay captains, with whom both proponents have maintained a close and healthy relationship since the luxury casino hotel opened its doors to the public in 2017. 

“Winford Manila & PAGCOR feel a debt of gratitude to the local community for the unwavering support they have shown us since we started our operations three years ago,” WMRC President & COO Jeff Evora. “Through Paskong Pasasalamat, we are happy to share our blessings with the less fortunate members of the neighborhood in the hope that it helps brighten their Christmas season.”

Attendees were also treated to a live performance by Psalm of David Harmonic Orchestra who serenaded them with catchy renditions of their favorite Christmas carols.

Topics: Winford Manila Resort and Casino , Philippine Amusement & Gaming Corporation , Jeff Evora , Psalm of David Harmonic Orchestra
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