DOLEFIL CARES EXPO opening on November 10, 2014

One of Region XII’s most admired companies, Dole or Dolefil, will bring to the public the Dolefil Cares Expo. The expo will be from November 10 to 15, 2014 at the Atrium of Veranza Mall of Gensan.

At this exhibition, we will be introduced to the four pillars of “Dolefil Cares” — Dolefil being the leader in corporate sustainability and social responsibility, the promoter of health, wellness and safety, number 1 in quality, and producer of new, exciting fruit products for the world.

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PR Officer, Gwyn Ann Ebol-Palima, “Visitors will also get the chance to win prizes (tablets, cellphones and other Dolefil Cares merchandise) by completing the Dolefil Cares Expo Booklet and uploading their photo in the Dolefil Cares Expo Facebook Page and like, tag, follow it.

The Dolefil Cares Expo is free and open to the public. See you all there!

Dole Philippines celebrates 50 years, starts with a free surgical mission

Dole has been a major corporation in South Cotabato and neighboring towns. They have been providing employment to hundreds in the area and is perceived to be a sought-after employer. 

On a recent gathering for the bloggers in Socsargen, executives were glad to tell us about their preparations for their 50th anniversary events.

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One of the events that they will hold early this year is their Surgical Mission by doctors from the US and Howard Hubbard Hospital in Polomolok. They will be giving FREE Surgery to needy or indigent people who are in need of surgery. The surgeries will be done from January 18 to 23, 2012. To avail of this service, patients need to be visit Howard Hubbard Hospital for pre-checkup. Patients can be from anywhere near South Cotabato.

While their anniversary month is in June 2013 yet, they have already lined up their activities such as the Golden Harvest wherein they will harvest pineapple they have planted in 2012 to be harvested in time for June. They will also have a coffeebook specially for their golden anniversary.

So here’s wishing Dolefil more years in the Philippines.