Even for most Filipinos, Nasugbu town is an insignificant dot in the map of Southern Luzon’s Batangas province. For those in the know, however, Nasugbu is a natural haven and a bustling tourist spot focused on its coastline beaches.
As a first class municipality, Nasugbu is likewise strengthened by its agro-industrial industry involved as it is in feed mills, meat processing and poultry-growing. Agriculture churns out sugarcane, rice, corn, vegetables, coconut and fruits. Of Nasugbu’s main industries, the Central Azucarera Don Pedro is known as one of the country’s largest sugar producers.
Indeed, the outlook looks bright for Nasugbu’s economic horizon. Sensing successful economic prospects in the locality, CareHealth Plus seized its opportunity and with optimism established CareHealth Plus-Nasugbu branch office in the latter part of 2018.
As pioneer Branch Manager, Edna Maligaya expresses confidence in the company’s bold step of harnessing Nasugbu’s resources in the build-up of sales manpower proffering health- consciousness among the town’s local community and the growing number of visitors and tourists.
CareHealth Plus-Nasugbu prominently holds office at the 2nd Floor of the Sandoval Building along J.P. Rizal Street, Daang Kawad, Nasugbu, Batangas with email address email@example.com. The branch office is efficiently manned by Care & Operations Assistant Sophia Naomi L. Tala, RN, who assists in ascertaining the fulfillment of services for Sales Agency Managers, Sales Group Managers and Sales Counselors.
Such attentive fulfillment is likewise satisfied for Members who require services from the branch’s medical service providers.
CareHealth Plus-Nasugbu is one of the present nine (9) branch offices in Southern Luzon under the hands-on supervision of South Luzon’s Division Head, Jojo Reyes, Senior Assistant Vice President. The Division operates under the aegis of Marketing Group Head, Raffy Ibarreta, Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer.
(Did you know?) Nasugbu’s Central Azucarera Don Pedro is touted as one of the largest sugar milling companies in the Philippines. Not surprisingly, the production of sweets is a significant portion of the local economy. Nasugbugueños take pride in their wide variety of sweets, such as sweetened yam, sweetened coconut and similar other products. In addition, Nasugbu is the only town in Luzon which hosts a bibingkahan (rice cake area) in its public market, featuring no less than 10 kinds of glutinous rice cakes made only in Nasugbu.