Of Storeys and Christmas Carols

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December 25, 2019

Caroling is a Filipino way of sharing the Christmas spirit as children go door-to-door singing the holiday tunes. This December, Daiichi Properties brought this fun holiday tradition to three of its office buildings in the metro.

Last December 10, 2019, school kids from Gat Andres Bonifacio Elementary School visited participating Daiichi Properties buildings One World Place, The Finance Centre, and World Plaza. They performed a short medley of Christmas carols to spread the holiday cheer in various offices that accepted to host these kids on this special day.

After their heartwarming performances, host companies gave them generous gifts and treats with some donating school supplies for the school.

To cap off their fun-filled day, the kids were also treated to a McDonald’s Christmas kiddie party – complete with a happy meal, games and a visit from Grimace. To make their holiday visit extra special, the building management of the three buildings also pledged to donate a Smart TV to the school to help facilitate the children’s learning.

Daiichi Properties would like to express its deepest gratitude to the companies that participated and for making this small Christmas event possible. Thank you to Participant companies:

From The Finance Centre: Bank of China, Shell, PMFTC, Inc., Merck, ADP Pharma, Metrobank, China Southern Airlines, AIO Fursys, Assist America, INOVA Pharmaceuticals, and JFP Assets.

From One World Place: Roche, Calibrated Healthcare, Millennium Pan Pacific, Runto Technologies, Buzz Corporation, Josol Home Décor, NGK Spark Plugs, Smart Move, Leisue, Inc., Lifetrak, Cobena Analytics, SAAB, and Ambient Digital.

From World Plaza: BDO, Seven AD, Blackpoint IT Services, Total Global Services Philippines, Dell EMC Philippines, and ING Business Shared Services.

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