Kidapawan City is the capital of the province of Cotabato. It is popularly known as the “City of Fruits and Highland Springs.”
An annual festival called Timpupo is held every August celebrating the abundance of exotic fruits grown in Kidapawan City. Large quantities of fruits are laid out by Kidapaweños on tables along the streets for locals and visitors alike to savor and relish.
At the outskirts of the city is Lake Venado within the vicinity of which is one of the most well-known starting points or base camp for mountain climbing aficionados bent on conquering the peak (9,692 feet above sea level) of the country’s highest mountain, Mount Apo, also called Apo Sandawa by the locals.
CareHealth Plus – Kidapawan set up its base camp in the center of the city at the 2nd Floor, Garcia Building, Ninoy Aquino Road, Barangay Lanao, Kidapawan City with email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistant Branch Manager Marietta Amon is unfazed by the challenges posed by the seeming uphill climb in solidifying an equally undaunted sales organization for CareHealth Plus. No let-up is given in recruiting, training, developing and strengthening a team of Sales Agency Managers, Sales Group Managers and Sales Counselors committed to spread health awareness among the urban community.
Without any doubt, CareHealth Plus – Kidapawan is poised to beat all odds as it treks uphill towards peak performance in the branch’s sales and marketing operations. Full support is proferred by dynamic Area Marketing Manager Wilfredo “Bong” L. Sayson and the never-say-die Division Head Tito B. Marcial, Assistant Vice President.
This is the foot of Mt. Apo which is located in Mindanao, Philippines.