CSR: Eternal Gardens Batangas City Team visits Lingap-Pangarap ng mga Paslit Center, Inc.

The officers, staff, and sales force members of Eternal Gardens Batangas City (Balagtas and Concepcion branches) visited the Lingap-Pangarap ng mga Paslit Center, Inc. last February 4, 2017 to bring joy to the children under its care.

Headed by their branch manager Arlin Delos Reyes, the Batangas City Team along with representatives from the head office, led by vice president for Sales and Marketing Joey Rivera, hosted a fun program with exciting games and special numbers for the kids. They also treated the kids to a jolly lunch and distributed some school supplies and personal hygiene kits.

The outreach program is part of the celebration of the company’s 40th year in the industry.

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Batangueño Eternalites hold teambuilding activities

Batangas City Eternalites had their teambuilding event last October 10, 2015, Saturday, at the park grounds of Eternal Gardens Concepcion branch. A total of 108 participants, including 63 agents and 45 park employees and officers from Balagtas and Concepcion branches, attended the event, making it the biggest teambuilding event of Eternal Gardens so far in terms of number of participants.

The attendees, who were divided into six competing teams, namely Blue, Red, Yellow, Green, Orange, and Violet, decorated their respective tents according to their interpretation of the theme, “Hand in Hand, Together We Stand!” as the opening activity of the teambuilding event. This Brought out not only the creativity but also the ability of the participants to work as a team. After the tent decorating activity, the teams also presented their cheers, before sharing a boodle fight style breakfast.

To warm up the attendees, members of the Events Committee from the Head Office, headed by its chairman Geoffrey Coberos, led an energy-filled Zumba session, before proceeding to the Amazing Race-inspired main event of the teambuilding activity.

Composed of a series of group tasks, the race tested the stamina, cooperation, and strategic skills of the team members. It also brought out the leader in each of the participants, who did their best to ensure the victory of their team.

The exciting outdoor activities were followed by the “Work Attitude, Values Enhancement, and Teambuilding Seminar/Workshop,” facilitated by Recruitment and Training manager Marielle Cabangon, and an inspirational talk by vice president for Sales and Marketing Jose Antonio V. Rivera.


The competitiveness of Batangueño Eternalites really came out as every participant in the teambuilding event gave their best in each leg of the race. But in the end, the Violet Team led by Concepcion branch sales administration officer Angela Robles emerged as the champion, followed by the Orange and Blue teams in second and third place, respectively.


Concepcion branch holds lantern-making contest

Arts and crafts enthusiasts from selected barangays in Batangas City gathered last December 8, 2014 for the first ever Christmas Lantern-making Contest organized and sponsored by Eternal Gardens Concepcion.

Participants from Barangays 24, Dalig, Bucal, Concepcion, and Kumintang Ilaya submitted their entries in advance for screening and for a chance to win exciting cash prizes. The lanterns were judged based on craftsmanship, originality, and overall design.

Eternal Gardens Concepcion branch manager Niño Robles, who spearheaded the contest, was happy with the positive turnout of the event despite the storm that was battering the province during the awarding ceremony, which also coincided with the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. “We are glad that the participants are able to come not only to show their talents and creativity but also to share with us the spirit of Christmas,” he said.

The top prize of P10, 000 was awarded to Barangay Concepcion for coming up with the best Christmas lantern design. Barangay 24 came in second place and was awarded P6, 000, while the third prize of P4, 000 was bagged by Barangay Kumintang Ilaya. Meanwhile, those who did not make it to the top three were given P1, 000 each as consolation prize.