Joining the ranks of Heart Evangelista, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno, Liza Soberano, and former actress Maritoni Fernandez, among other “namedroppables,” Senator Manny Pacquiao is the latest addition to the growing roster of credible celebrity partners of I AM Worldwide.
In a contract-signing ceremony held recently at the Manila B ballroom of Shangrila Hotel Makati, Sen. Pacquiao’s involvement to the cause of I AM Worldwide was made official. He was going to be I AM Worldwide’s champion for its men’s line, standing up for basic necessities of men by representing himself and what makes his excellent.
The frontliners for the brand, founders Allan Marvin Eder, Aika Lorraine Uy, and Joanna Manego, revealed that it took them two years of prayers and efforts to reach out to Sen. Pacquiao for this partnership and now that it has come true, they definitely see great things happening as both I AM Worldwide and Sen. Pacquiao share the vision that beyond themselves.
Both want to provide a meaningful and reliable livelihood for Filipino with high-quality products to sell that they can boast worldwide. The choice to partner with Sen. Pacquiao stems from their common experience and principle that anyone who has the will can become successful. They also stand by him because of his concern towards the less fortunate and his drive to help them have a better future. The leadership of IAM Worldwide also lauds the Senator for his deep faith in God.
IAM Worldwide is a new player in the networking industry. The company is anchored in the idea of providing an opportunity to anyone who wants to better their lives. The founders Allan Marvin Eder, Aika Lorraine Uy, and Joanna Manego, come from their deep understanding of how hard it is to find a decent source of income having experienced different practices before creating their own.IAM Worldwide is a best-practices study that shall provide NEATworking principles.
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