SBMA awards hardworking employees
In appreciation for their dedication and hard work, the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) recognized key personnel and departments that were instrumental in providing critical services to the public during the Holy Week last April.
Raul Marcelo, SBMA deputy administrator for business, together with Atty. Robert Martinez, SBMA deputy administrator for administration, presented certificates of appreciation to the honorees during the flag-raising ceremonies yesterday.
Marcelo noted that these people did not go on a day-off during the holiday just to make the Freeport a Holy Week destination flooded with more than 130,000 visitors.
Those who were recognized were Antonio dela Cruz, Rebecca Lozadio, Marilou Barriedo, Freddie Acosta, Edith Pingol, Maria Marylou Carnacio, Daniel Labonete, Tina Menez, and Capt. Dante Romano, head of the SBMA Maintenance and Transportation Department.
Marcelo also gave due recognition to SBMA departments who helped in the Holy Week spectacle. These were the Accounting, Construction and Maintenance, Transportation, Financial Planning and Budget, Fire, Human Resources, Law Enforcement, Media Production, Office Services, Property Procurement, Public Health, Transportation and Communication, Treasury, and Public Relations departments.
Marcelo said that the awardees were instrumental in the success of the long Holy Week holidays.
“Hindi naman namin magagawa ito (Holy Week program) kung hindi dahil sa tulong nila,” Marcelo said.(We couldn’t have done this without their help.)
Marcelo also took the opportunity to thank those who participated in the clean-up drive that was co-organized by the SBMA's Tourism Department recently.(AMV-PIA 3/SBMA-PRD)