The Village Connect staff | Globe Telecom’s International Business Group, together with Philippine Airlines, Puregold, and the Manila International Airport Authority, pulled another Christmas surprise for arriving Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), balikbayans, and tourists this time from Hong Kong and Singapore.
Upon arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Terminal 2, all passengers of flight PR502 and PR319 from Singapore and Hong Kong, respectively, were welcomed with holiday greetings and Noche Buena gift packs by representatives of the four organizations.
Each passenger received a Noche Buena package and a P100 e-voucher discount from Grab, together with a free Mabuhay Miles Traveler SIM card which gives them 500 bonus Mabuhay Miles from PAL, free 300MB of mobile data and unlimited calls to Globe valid for one day, plus a 10% discount at selected Duty Free Philippines shops.
This was the third and biggest one in a series of surprises prepared by Globe and its partners for OFWs and tourists this month, following the special treats provided to passengers of PR659 from Dubai last December 7 and to all passengers who arrived in NAIA Terminal 1 on December 17.
“As Christmas draws nearer, more and more of our kababayans who work and live abroad come home to be with their loved ones. There is nothing like spending Christmas with family in the Philippines, going to Simbang Gabi, enjoying traditional Filipino goodies, and gathering for the Noche Buena feast. We at Globe, and our partners, wanted to share this joy and appreciation to our hardworking OFWs as well as to welcome tourists with our signature Filipino hospitality,” said Jurist Gamban, Vice-President for Strategic Marketing for Globe International Business Group.
The series of surprises was in celebration of the first year partnership of Globe and PAL. Globe and PAL are working together to be of service to more Filipinos in and out of the country with a common advocacy of delighting international visitors and returning Filipinos by giving them a wonderful experience every time they arrive in the Philippines.