Robinsons Land supports the 12th Ambassadors’ Tour

Robinsons Luxuria and Residences associate marketing director Mark Stephen Delumen; RLC international marketing director Denise Lyttle-Lao; Consul General Henry S. Bensurto, Jr., Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco; Office of American Affairs, Department of Foreign Affairs executive director Jaime Ramon T. Ascalon, Jr.

Demonstrating genuine world-class Filipino hospitality is at the heart of how Robinsons Land Corp. delivers value to shareholders, and so RLC — one of the leading property developers in the Philippines — recently hosted a welcome dinner for the delegates of the 12th Ambassadors’ Tour, graced by Jose Manuel Romualdez, Philippine Ambassador to the United States. The event was held last July 9 at the Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria Hotel in Ortigas Center, Quezon City.

The Ambassadors’ Tour is a flagship undertaking of the Philippine Foreign Service Posts in the United States, Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and Department of Tourism.

The tour allows Filipino-Americans to revisit and explore the top tourist attractions in Manila, Cebu, and Bohol so that they will be driven to become Philippine Tourism Ambassadors who will share the beauty of the Philippines, the Filipino hospitality, and look into business opportunities that abound in the country. The 12th Ambassadors’ Tour was held until July 15. “Robinsons Land Corp. takes pride in welcoming our dear balikbayans in the Philippines together with the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Department of Tourism. You play an important role in telling stories about the Filipino heritage, hence we are honored to be part of this initiative which lets you experience the best valued travel destinations in our country,” said RLC general manager Henry Yap.

Robinsons Land also shared with delegates from America the exciting developments in the country and why real estate is among the best investment options in the Philippines.

Contributing to the success of the Ambassadors’ Tour is important for the developer, as it remains committed to be a major partner in nation-building.

One of the projects in which the developer partnered with the government was Lingkod Pinoy Center, the first mall operator to open a one-stop-shop that provides government services to the public.

RLC also hosts over a dozen DFA-consular-cum-satellite offices allowing Filipinos to apply or renew their passports within the convenience of a mall setting.