Philippine Independence Day

June 11, 2011 by staff 

Philippine Independence DayPhilippine Independence Day, McDonald’s (Al-Daoud Restaurants LLC) joined the Filipino community in the Sultanate of celebrations to commemorate the 113 Th Independence Day of the Philippines at the weekend.
Independence Day of the Philippines is seen on 12 June each year, but in Oman the event was celebrated with a showcase of Filipino talents in the field of photography and a beauty contest entitled “Finding Mr. D & Philippines. 2011. ” Although the case of photographs, held in Muscat City Center on June 3, the beauty contest held at Al Falaj Hotel on 10 June.
Several employees of McDonald’s Philippines participated in the celebrations. Dennis Del Rio, Adolfo Bhien, Business Development Manager and Consultant of Operations, respectively, both working with Oman McDonald’s of the past 17 years, said the fast food franchise popular has promoted the celebration of Independence Day in the Philippines for several years.
Del Rio said: “Together with my fellow Filipinos, I wish to express our deepest gratitude to McDonald’s for its continued support to the celebration of Independence Day of the Philippines here in the Sultanate of Oman for the past several years. We are also grateful for the opportunity given to Filipino employees to enhance their careers. I feel proud that a number of Filipino workers and their families have come a long way in their jobs within the organization of McDonald’s. ”
Adolfo Bhien, operations consultant, began his career as a crew with McDonald’s. With extensive training of the company and the development agenda, today, he and his wife have excelled in their careers. “We are very grateful to McDonald’s for that opportunity,” he said.
Expressing support for the independence celebrations of the Filipino community in Day, K Daud Ali, the Head of Development and Chairman of Oman to McDonald’s, said: “I congratulate the Filipino people in Oman in the celebration of Independence Day.”
“My sincere appreciation to the Philippine Embassy, in particular, to support McDonald’s with a lot of talent that brings a warm hospitality and help developed our Omani youth.”
“I am proud that the business has grown, so have many of our Filipino officials. As a people oriented company, the talent of McDonald’s feeds and takes pride in developing their employees.”

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