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Thursday, September 05, 2019

Noel Cabangon, Aicelle Santos, and Ben&Ben: the brand ambassadors of TAGA-ALOG 2019

08/23/2019 05:51:38 PM

In time for the launching of their new campaign season, TAGA-ALOG has announced a star-studded trio serving as their ambassadors:  singer-songwriter Noel Cabangon, actress Aicelle Santos, and folk-pop collective Ben&Ben. Part of their role as ambassadors is to lend their time and give their support to highlighting the importance of caring for the environment, especially Ilog Pasig.

Cabangon, Santos, and Ben&Ben were presented to the stakeholders and members of the press during the grand opening of TAG-ALOG 2019 held at Quezon City Sports Club last 15 August 2019.

As artists and musicians, the newly-announced TAGA-ALOG ambassadors believe in the power of the arts to create change, the mission, and vision of this creative campaign. Given their positive influence on a wide range of Filipino audiences, they address the challenge of connecting to a diverse population in the hopes of bringing back the memories that surround the Ilog Pasig.

Taga-alog is looking forward to their ability to encourage and drive action towards the protection and preservation of the environment through the arts.

The Taga-alog Campaign was made possible by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and is implemented by the Philippine Education Theater Association (PETA)—recipient of the 2017 Ramon Magsaysay Awards for its bold, collective contributions in shaping the theater arts as a force for social change.

This year, the Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRRC) enters the campaign as its major partner in planning and implementing the campaign’s activities and events.

Author: slickmaster | © 2019 The SlickMaster's Files

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