ANNUAL SALES AWARDING 2019
With this year’s theme, crowns and tiaras; almost 120 sellers and staff gathered at Diamond Hotel Manila last December 16 to celebrate HBI’s Annual Sales Awarding 2019. At around six in the evening, staffs and guests started to arrive at the venue for registration, distribution of invitation cards and stubs for major raffle draw. Interviews with some of the Sales Entrepreneur, Sales Team Manager and Senior Team Manager also takes place during the registration.
The celebration started with a prayer of thanksgiving and an opening remarks from Mr. Christopher T. Java, Sales and Manpower Development Manager. The night was full of merriment; there were intermission numbers from Center Pop of Music, song numbers from Ms. Jenny Dedita and a classic duet from Ms. Hanna Resplandor and Mr. Roy Base. Surprise Christmas raffle were pre-drawn for the lucky 60 agents. One of the highlights of the night’s event was the awarding of incentives. VIVO V9IC, OPPO A5S, iPad and iPhone7 Plus were some of the incentives given out to those agents who triple their hard work in achieving sales targets.
Listed were the awardees for the following categories:
Most Improved Seller: Ms. Maribel Badrina, Mr. Jesus Estrella, Mr. Richard Simbajon, Ms. Daisy Dimalanta, Ms Melanie Manansala, Mr. Arnold Palaming Jr. & Mr. Charlie Tan
Most Productive Recruiter of the Year: Ms. Celestenove Chan
Rookie Award: Mr. Christopher Edward Berug
Top sellers: Ms: Leila Ayo, Ms. Nelly Resplandor, Ms. Connie Averilla, Ms. Celestenove Chan, Ms. Niann Valenzuela, Mr. Jim Bendico, Mr. Christopher Berug, Mr. Daisy Dimalanta, Mr. Arnold Palaming Jr. and Mr. Charlie Tan.
Special Awards were also given:
ULL Selfie Award: Ms. Leila Ayo
Best Photo Award: Ms. Weng Lusanco.
Best Dressed Royalties: Mr. Arnold Palaming Jr. and Ms. Ma. Theresa Dela Torre.
The HBI’s President, Ms. Amy G. Soon concluded the night with the announcement of winners for the minor, grand and showcase raffle. Aside from raffle prizes, ham were distributed to all agents. The night of celebration ended with the community singing “If We Hold On Together”.