After 20 years of providing the most pleasant stay and experience for their members and guests, Canyon Woods has celebrated their founding anniversary through a cocktail party and a sit-down dinner last September 23, Saturday.
With over 20 years, Canyon Woods remains to deliver the utmost comfort to its guest – with their unrivaled facilities, recommendable rooms, and a breathtaking view of the Taal Lake. In 2014, the resort was also added by Interval International to its global vacation exchange network.
The event was attended by the resort board of directors, members, and people from the media.
The cocktail party started at 7 p.m. in the lobby of the club house. Boots Anson Roa and Boboy Garovilla of Apo Hiking Society are some of the celebrities spotted on the red carpet.
Aside from the cocktails being served, a vibrant candy buffet stands out in the middle of the lobby. There was also a pianist playing in the corner for a more lively vibe.
The guest moved to the second floor of the clubhouse for the main event. A sit-down dinner and a 6-course meal was presented on the table. Before the program starts, a presentation video of Canyon Wood Resort and its properties’ remarkable history were played on the big screen. There was also an awarding of top corporates – receiver such as telecommunication giants – Globe and PLDT. Unilever, Wyeth, and Hon. Mayor Randy James Amo also received an award that night.
‘I’m super super grateful for your loyalty and I hope we could work for another 20-40 years.” – George Go
Resort Club President, Mr. George Go has paid gratitude to his employees and were grateful for their loyalty. He also thanked the Board of Directors for sacrificing their time and effort for the resort, and lastly, the corporates whose been part of Canyon Wood’s journey.
There was a performance from an acapaella group, and from their special guest, Kuh Ledesma. She performed a 2-set of songs, and invited Boboy from Apo Hiking Society to sing with her on stage. They serenaded the crowd with their amazing performance of “What A Wonder World”.
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