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Food and Hospitality Business

Marlon Estabillo

Marlon Estabillo:

Managing for Success


SUNRISE, Fla. (Basta Pinoy News) -- The former Broward school system cook is originally from General Santos City, South Cotabato. He had been managing the restaurant close to a year and has seen it grow its local following.

“Customers look for good service,” said Estabillo. “Hindi lang pagkain ang gusto nila. Gusto nila mabuting serbisyo (Aside from food, they like great service).”

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Marlon Estabillo: "In business, customer service is king!"

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Manila Connection: Getting Filipino Americans closer 
to Motherland

The Philippines being among the top four countries that dominate the global overseas labor market. Its labor force has also seen opportunities to migrate to countries such as the United States.

Separated thousands of miles away from home, Filipinos have maintained their family and cultural ties to the motherland through crucial services such as long distance communications, internet online, radio, television and satellite networks.

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Filipino channel DirecTV TFC 
DirecTV President and CEO Chase Carey with Roland and Anna Jaro.

Cargo Forwarding

 

Rod Danan: 

Leader of the Pack


Overseas Filipinos may be away from home for years working for a better future for their families, but their hearts and minds are not that far from the motherland.

Though divided oceans apart, families stay in touch through wonders of modern communications such as e-mail and even videocams, still, for most Filipinos, love is expressed the old fashioned way. Through the “Balikbayan Box.”

“We deliver happiness and love from America to the Philippines,” says Rod Danan, president of UMAC Cargo of Florida. “Our mission is to give happiness and for Filipinos to be closer to their families.”
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