Last updated on August 5, 2020
Las Piñas City in Metro Manila is famous for its uniquely Filipino Bamboo Organ located inside the St. Joseph Parish Church in the old district of the city. It is the only organ of its kind in the world with organ pipes mostly made out of bamboo. Wikipedia affirms that of the total number of 1,031 pipes, 902 are made of bamboo.
Mention of the world-famous Las Piñas Bamboo Organ would not be complete without acknowledging its builder, Fr. Diego Cera, the town’s first resident Catholic parish priest who completed the work in 1824 after 6 years in the making.
Complementing its claim to fame is the equally world-renowned 20-member Las Piñas Boys’ Choir, within the caliber of the acclaimed Vienna Boys’ Choir and our very own Bohol Loboc Children’s Choir.
In similar fashion, CareHealth Plus envisions orchestrating aggressive marketing activities in present-day Las Piñas to compete in the HMO arena. The city is a vast and rich source of business opportunities.
Bordered by Paranaque in the north, Cavite in the south and the coastal roads along Manila Bay in the west, Las Piñas City is a combination of cultural heritage in its old district and a booming industrial and commercial environment in its current southern areas. The city is indeed a bustling center for trade and commerce as well as an area criss-crossed by residential subdivisions in its wide expanse. The central Alabang-Zapote Road stretching from the SLEX Alabang terminal to the Zapote Bridge in the west reflects the hustle and bustle of the booming city community.
It is along the Alabang-Zapote Road that CareHealth Plus – Las Piñas established its foothold. CareHealth Plus – Las Piñas opened its offices as early as 2016 with pioneer Branch Manager (now Area Marketing Manager) Mary Lita B. Bacolor. The branch office is at Unit A-2D, Villafuerte Building III, 279 Alabang-Zapote Road, Pamplona, Las Piñas with email address email@example.com.
The promising opportunities for group business are charted by AMM Let-Let Bacolor with Assistant Branch Manager Ramon B. Tobasco and Area Marketing Consultant Joe-Marie M. Garcia. Efficient administrative and backroom services are attended to closely by Care & Operations Assistant Abigail Elsie P. Ubanos with special attention to Members and medical service providers in the city.
The increasing number of Sales Agency Managers, Sales Group Managers and Sales Counselors keeps the branch on its toes as it likewise requires the guidance of Marketing Group Head Noel B. Yap, First Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer-Regular Sales.