PAGCOR’s aid for school building project reaches P7-B
Monday | October 27, 2014 | 5:00 PM
THE total contribution of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) to the government’s school building program has now reached a staggering P7 billion. The state-run agency released an additional P2 billion for the “Matuwid na Daan sa Silid-Aralan” project on October 27, 2014.
The additional funding, according to PAGCOR Chairman and CEO Cristino Naguiat, Jr. will further widen the reach of the project and will benefit more schools in far-flung areas. [ full story ]
The city government of Imus accorded Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) Chairman and CEO Cristino L. Naguiat, Jr. with one of the highest commendations given to individuals who contributed significantly to the development of the city. [ full story ]
PAGCOR WINS INTERNATIONAL GOLD QUILL IN 2014
(From left) PAGCOR Assistant Vice Presidents Maricar Bautista and Myrna Reyes and Director Eric Nuguid received the Gold Quill Award from the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) in Toronto, Canada last June 9, 2014. The state-owned gaming firm won the Gold Quill for its exemplary PR and business communication campaign for PAGCOR's "Matuwid na Daan sa Silid-Aralan" (Build Schools Through Good Governance) project. [ full story ] [ gallery ]
PAGCOR's "Matuwid na Daan sa Silid-aralan" School Building Project
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