Rico’s Lechon wins Stevie Award

About the Stevie Awards

The Stevie® Awards are the world’s premier business awards.  Which was created in 2002 to honor and generate public recognition of the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide.

There are 7 Stevie Awards programs, each with its own focus, list of categories, and schedule.

  • The American Business Awards
  • The International Business Awards
  • The Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards
  • The German Stevie Awards
  • The Stevie Awards for Great Employers
  • The Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service
  • The Stevie Awards for Women in Business 


And Rico’s Lechon received the award in the Asia-Pacific Category. And because of this honor they invited some of the media people for a scrumpteous lunch to celebrate.

June 2, 2017

Enrico Dionson, Founder & CEO of Rico’s Lechon together with Jeff Walther Oyas, Sales & Marketing Head of Rico’s Lechon flew to Tokyo Japan to personally receive their Silver Award for Asia-Pacific Stevies’ Innovation in Media Relations for their nationwide campaign #DaBestGyud

“It is a great honot not only for our conpany but for our country – the Philippines to be recognized in this level.” – Oyas

#DaBestGyud campaign was kick started in 2016, which led to the company’s expansion with 2 additional branches built in 2 key areaa in Cebu-Mactan & Escario. The award-winning campaign not only contributed to the increase in demand of Rico’s specialty lechon but it also helped widen their reach, boosting the company’s presence not only in Cebu but in the Philippines as well.

With recieving this award, the bar has been set to a higher level for Rico’s Lechon but they are committed to take on the challenge and the responsibilities it entails. This also means that more campaigns will take place to better position the brand and broaden its scope of services offered.

Once again congratulations to Rico’s Lechon for winning such a prestigious award.

http://www.ricoslechon.com

xoxo,

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