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Quest Plus Clark, PBA celebrates Christmas inside the Bubble

The most wonderful time of the year is here and, once again, Quest Plus Conference Center Clark welcomed the holidays with a bang. As the home of the PBA bubble 2020, hotel General Manager Michael Gapin opened this year’s Christmas season with PBA Commissioner Willie Marcial in a memorable event last November 19 that is truly one for the books.

Quest Plus Clark, PBA celebrates Christmas inside the Bubble

In their Christmas messages during the event, at the festively decorated lobby of the hotel, Gapin and Marcial both expressed their gratitude to the staff of Quest Plus Clark. “Maraming salamat po sa mga staff, sa mga tao ng Quest, sa patuloy na serbisyo niyo sa amin. Pasensya na po kayo sa kakulitan namin at madaling araw na kayo nakakatulog.” said Commissioner Marcial. Gapin adds that the PBA bubble has been a blessing to the hotel.

Quest Plus Clark, PBA celebrates Christmas inside the Bubble

“The PBA season 45 has been a sign of hope to the Philippines, to the basketball-loving Filipinos all over the world, and to us, your Quest Family. During this pandemic, it has been a struggle for the hospitality industry to keep the businesses at bay. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing us. Please know that you will always have a home in us,” Gapin shares.

The night ended with a Christmas video participated in by the Quest Plus Clark staff and the PBA delegation, from the players to the referees, singing the APO Hiking Society’s Christmas Classic “Tuloy na Tuloy Pa Rin Ang Pasko”.

Quest Plus Clark, PBA celebrates Christmas inside the Bubble

Experience Christmas at Quest Plus Conference Center Clark! Visitwww.questhotelsandresorts.com/clark or call (045) 599 8000 to book your holiday stay now.

Topics: Quest Plus Conference Center Clark , PBA bubble 2020 , Michael Gapin
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