Happy 104th Birthday, Insular Life!

If a company reaches its 104th birthday, this is an indication that they are a pretty strong company! We, entrepreneurs, know that it’s very hard to keep business afloat for that long! Hey, that’s more than one lifetime! When I heard that Insular Life was celebrating their birthday and they invited me to celebrate it, I was more than happy to join them. I know PR and advertising people know this about me. I am so lazy to go to events, but for this particular event (which was in Alabang, by the way), I really had to show my appreciation to Insular Life for all the support that they have given me. When I got there, there were hundreds of Clients also who were there and who were very appreciative for all the help that this company has extended each one of us.

Yours truly with Ms. Amy Tamayo, FVP of Insular Life and Ms. Jo from Marketing

Yours truly with Ms. Amelita Tamayo, FVP and Chief Marketing Executive of Insular Life and Ms. Johanna Coronado, AVP and Head of Brand Marketing

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Insular Life's 104th Aniversary

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Speaking of being appreciative, Insular Life is offering an early Christmas promo to its policyholders with its Magandang Araw ng Kapaskuhan sa Insular Life – CASHandog 2014 campaign. The campaign is open to all of their policyowners with at least one in-force permanent policy (except i-Shield) and their designated insureds and beneficiaries who have been confirmed by the policyowners. The promo will run from October 25, 2014 to January 22, 2015. In the January 23, 2015 draw, they will draw 1 grand prize winner of Php 104,000 and 3 winners of iPhone units.

To know more about the campaign, policyowners, insureds and beneficiaries may call Insular Life at 876-1-800 for Metro Manila and 1-800-10-INSULAR toll free for provincial areas or like Insular Life on Facebook (CLICK HERE).

Aside from this, Insular Life is also supporting Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) and the Department of Education (DepEd) for the construction of a classroom building in San Fernando Central Elementary School in Tacloban, Leyte. This school has one of the biggest populations in the area, fitting 2,940 students in 35 classrooms. This December, the project of building the school will start.

Although I am not employed with them, I feel so lucky to be part of the Insular family. Cheers to more years of stability and uplifting the lives of the Filipino people. Magandang araw, everyone!