THE Alviera estate in Porac town has successfully hosted the 3rd Pampanga Bike Adventure Tour (PBAT) recently.
Edna Eufemio, owner of the AdCentral Consulting and organizer of the PBAT, said thanked Alviera for hosting the outdooor sports event despite the pandemic.
Eufemio said health protocols were observed by the cyclists during the event, which is partly aimed at raising funds to donate bikes and cycling accessories for indigent and qualified beneficiaries.
"Grateful for the opportunity to celebrate our advocacy on health and wellness, sustainable transport and once again donate bikes to those who need them for work or livelihood as part of our Bike to Work Project," she added.
She also lauded that assistance of the local government unit of Porac town to make the fun ride successful and safe for the participants.
"With strict implementation of the health and safety protocols, we were able to stage the event successfully. Thanks to Alviera, our major sponsor, and our other parthers and donors like Weapon Bike, Cabalen Bikers, the Porac LGU, among others," she said.
Other PBAT donors include Kim Dayrit Macapagal, Lawyer Israel Forto, Angeles Councilor Amos Rivera, and Marvin Santos.
Eufemio expressed optimism that the fourth PBAT will be bigger and and better.
"We look forward to a bigger and better 4th season next year," she said.
The P1.6 trillion Alviera, is a joint project of Ayala Land Inc. and Leonio Land Holdings Inc. envisioned to become the growth center of Central Luzon, integrating commercial, business, industrial park, university zones, retail centers, a country club, recreational areas and residential neighborhoods in four main districts.
January 12, 2022
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