• PH, Brunei hold friendly polo match

    Dockers Philppines marketing head Kaths Laudit and Paul Bryan Chong

    Dockers Philppines marketing head Kaths Laudit and Paul Bryan Chong

    The hot temperatures will not stop a friendly polo match to keep the friendly ties between two countries very much alive and burning.

    Supporting the long-standing friendship between the Philippines and Brunei, Dockers Philippines sponsored the game among Manila Polo Club’s (MPC) top polo players and of the Royal Family of Brunei at the Enrique Zobel Field in MPC in Makati City.

    The MPC team and Brunei’s Royal Family both scored great wins. The MPC team led by Iñigo Zobel snatched the first game (6-3) of the afternoon after scoring six points against Brunei’s three points.

    However, Princess Azemah-led team of Royal Family of Brunei recovered from the first game upset after finishing with five points against MPC’s three points.

    The Mabuhay Cup 2016, which celebrates tradition and heritage of two Southeast Asian countries and their good relationship in different fields, was attended by MPC board of directors, members, top polo players, and Brunei’s Royal Family and their entourage.

    “Dockers Philippines is so happy to be part of an important event like this. It’s such an honor for us to be able to welcome the Royal Family of Brunei and be instrumental in strengthening the two countries’ friendship by sponsoring this friendly polo match,” said Kaths Laudit, Dockers Philippines marketing head.

    Also, this event is perfect for the brand as it celebrates its 30th anniversary, wherein it aims to remind people that it will continue to innovate while still staying true to its purpose and identity that made it an instant and lasting classic in the industry.


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