PHirst Park Homes, the First Home Buyer Brand of Century Properties Group and Mitsubishi Corporation, is now the Official Home of Pinoy Big Brother Connect Season 9.
Currently airing daily on cable via the Kapamilya Channel, A2Z Zoe TV on free TV, iWANT TFC, and ABS-CBN Entertainment’s Youtube and Facebook channels, PBB Connect brings Housemates from different backgrounds performing tasks and challenges together.
“We at PHirst Park Homes are pleased to be in partnership with Pinoy Big Brother and the official home of PBB Connect Season 9. The PBB Housemates are truly reflective of the Filipino spirit: courageous, persevering, and motivated towards success,” said Loren Sales, PHirst Park Homes’ Vice President for Customer Management Group.
“Our homebuyers at PHirst Park Homes also worked hard to secure a bright future, and it is truly heartwarming to be instrumental in giving the Housemates a chance to own their dream home at the end of the season,” Sales added.
PBB Connect’s Big Winner will become a lucky homeowner of a unit from a PHirst Park Homes project. PHirst has so far launched 104 hectares of house and lot communities in Tanza (Cavite), Lipa (Batangas), San Pablo (Laguna), Calamba (Laguna), Batulao (Nasugbu, Batangas), Pandi (Bulacan), and most recently, Magalang (Pampanga).
PHirst Park Homes brand ambassador and proud homeowner Robi Domingo, who also hosts PBB Connect Season 9, said: “I’m very proud and excited to be working with both PHirst and PBB Connect on this show. As a brand for first-time homebuyers PHirst is the perfect official home for PBB and its loyal following of viewers who may be looking to own a safe, secure and complete home at very attainable prices.”
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