Damosa Land celebrates a night of excellence
It was a fun-filled, breezy and ravishing night of celebration as Damosa Land Inc. celebrated their annual excellence awards night at the magnificent Bohemian decorated Pearl Farm Marina garden last Friday, October 26, 2018. ANFLOCOR executives and Damosa Land employees attended while sporting their chic Bohemian attires that perfectly matched the vibe and ambiance of the venue that faces the sea.
The night-long celebration showcased pure Dabawenyo talents like Julien Joshua Dolor, the young and brilliant violinist who took part in the world-renowned musical, Lion King. The celebration did not only showcase the talents and projects of Damosa Land but also the people behind the growing success of the company.
Ricardo F. Lagdameo, Vice President of Damosa Land, together with some ANFLOCOR executives awarded the top broker and top in-house sellers for Damosa Fairlane and Seawind Projects. Two of their successful sales people, Jumar Galdo and Albert Alvaran, were able to drive home with brand new cars for hitting their targets. Yet the sales team were not the only ones recognized but select employees from the support groups and departments were also awarded for their big contributions in sustaining the operations of the organization. Each of them were given cash incentive and a new phone.
In his message, Lagdameo thanked everybody for being part of Damosa Land’s success. “This is a really great year for Damosa Land because we have been hitting milestones and that’s because of you (employees).” He then led the crowd to witness a video that showcased Damosa Land’s milestones through the years where the main highlight are the people behind the successful projects and their growing family who is always ready to put Damosa Land on top of the league. The people applauded as they beamed with joy and honor for this recognition by the company.
This year’s Excellence Awards had a chic Bohemian theme and was held at the marina of Damosa Land’s affiliate company, Pearl Farm Beach Resort.
Guests were serenaded by the Meet Febie Band and the singer-violinist child wonder Julien Joshua Dolor.