CALAMBA, Laguna – P.A. Alvarez Properties and Development Corporation (P.A. Properties) celebrates annual Mini-Olympics at The Mills Country Club this 15th of September, 2018.
The committee of 2018 Mini-Olympics
The company was grouped into four teams: blue, red, orange and yellow and defended their sides competing in various sports like basketball, volleyball, badminton, bowling and table tennis. The Le’Go Fam Philippines set the floor on fire to kick-off the most awaited Cheerdance Competition and Mr. and Ms. Mini Olympics 2018.
The fiery Red team with their Modern Hip hop
The Blue team as ardent Super Hero and Heroines
The ecstatic Orange Team serving zests of laidback Retro
The eccentric Maskara Festival of Yellow Team
Despite the heavy rain, players gave their best shots. Outstanding give-all players were not dismayed as their efforts were recognized. Jomar David was hailed MVP for Basketball, while Joreen Lingayen reigned MVP for Mixed Volleyball. For Badminton, the Best Male Player was awarded to Irzan Jureidini, Jane Ong ruled as Best Female Player and the Highest Pinning for Bowling went to John Paul Hart.
Rall Gabriel Llandelar and Lance Chloe Bosquillos were hailed as Mr. and Ms. Mini Olympics 2018.
With relentless will, the Orange Team conquered this year’s Mini Olympics as the Overall Champion. Bagging championship titles from badminton, volleyball, table tennis and the redemption of Cheerdance thrones served as proof of their unyielding hearts. Following the champions were Red and Blue Teams who both came in as 1st Runner Up and Yellow Team finishing proud as 2nd Runner Up.
Congratulations, Orange Team!
Aside from the sporting events, there were activities such as Zumba and Yoga Class for the non-players to enjoy. Food stalls were also present for quick refreshments and other on-the-spot booths offering services like massages and ear candling.
About P.A. Properties:
For 23 years, Laguna-based P.A. Alvarez Properties and Development Corporation (P.A. Properties) has established itself a name in the competitive Philippine real estate industry by enabling the public to have their dream homes at affordable rates and payment schemes.
The company, which has already built about 19,000 housing units in Laguna, Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Pampanga, and Metro Manila, continues to embark on strategic expansion efforts to further build 15,000 more housing units in the next five years, thereby creating comfortable, safe, and joyful Filipino communities.
P.A. Properties, which has a capitalization of PHP2.8 billion (as of October 2017) and sales of P3.08 billion (in 2016), acknowledges that partnering with Hankyu Realty Co., Ltd. in developing ldesia would not only help the company grow its experience, expertise, and technology, but it will also help the company realize its advocacy of helping ease the more than 6 million housing backlog in the Philippines.
For more information about P.A. Properties, visit www.paproperties.com.ph
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