A TALL LED Christmas tree in front of Park Inn by Radisson Clark (PIRC) hotel was lit up over the weekend with a changing array of colors from the bottom all the way to the top.
In her message, Peggy Angeles, SM Hotels and Conventions, Corp. Executive Vice-President said it has been a “terrific two years” for PIRC.
She also expressed thanks to corporate accounts, the media and all the guests who have made PIRC their “home in Pampanga”.
“The hotel brought with vibrant and friendly environment to all business and leisure travelers in this side of the province [of Pampanga],” she said.
Only the second in the Philippines and first brand of Park Inn by Radisson in Luzon, the hotel has a service philosophy of “Adding Color to Life.”
Vibrancy and energy resonating from all its [PIRC] staff is an “act allusion to the renown Pampanga lanterns, a symbol of Kapampangan creativity and ingenuity and a passion for life,” according to Angeles.
During the event, Angeles also announced that they have not forgotten to share their blessings to the underprivileged.
"In cooperation with SM Cares Bears of Joy Program, the Children of Duyan ni Maria and Munting Tahanan ng Nazareth were chosen by hotel as the benefi ciaries for their [corporate social responsibility project this Christmas season],” said Angeles.
The Christmas tree lighting has been an annual tradition in all SM Hotels and Convention Corporation owned hotels according to Zenaida Alcantara, PIRC general manager.
“We would like to know that Park Inn is doing very well, we’re very happy to be in Clark at this time of the year because of the dynamism and business activities here,” said Alcantara.
“On behalf of the owning company, SM Hotels and Convention Corporation, our hotel management company Radisson Hotels and the employees of Park Inn by Radisson Clark, we wish to convey that we are delighted to be together with you and express truly our deepest appreciation for your inspiring support throughout the two full years that Park Inn Clark is in operation,” she added.
Alcantara also expressed gratitude to the hotel’s stakeholders and wished everyone a new spirit of love, hope and joy in this Yuletide season.
Bringing festive cheer to the lighting ceremony, Kapampangan singing artist Jonas David and the City College of Angeles choir serenaded guests on the said event.