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Fruitas pays tribute to employees

(The Philippine Star) - January 3, 2016 - 9:00am

MANILA, Philippines - As a way of recognizing the loyalty of its work force, Fruitas organized a surprise party for its hearing-impaired employees last Nov. 25, 2015 at Jammin Jamaica store in SM Mall of Asia.

The employees and their families were treated to games and Christmas carols, and the warmth of the season proved undeniable as their families shared how proud they were to affirm that, indeed, there are no boundaries if one wants to achieve anything.

Fruitas captured every precious moment of the celebration and placed them together in a heartwarming tribute video. With a special message that tells people  how the Deaf are no different from those who can hear, the video made an impact in the hearts of viewers on social media. The video is posted on the Fruitas Facebook Page and readers are invited to show their support and appreciation by adding to the Likes, Shares and Comments.

Fruitas hopes not just to acknowledge hearing-impaired Fruitas employees but also to give the willing Filipino Deaf community the opportunity to be employed and make changes in their lives and their future.

Fruitas Group of Companies originated from Lush Coolers Enterprises in 2002. Starting out with only one store, it continues to grow and now has more than 750 stores nationwide. As it achieves business growth, Fruitas has built a large community of approximately 2,000 diverse employees, among them the hearing-impaired.

Fruitas has been grateful for their service as they embrace the company’s vision and mission to work anchored on the path of integrity, hard work, passion, compassion, and education towards achieving bigness.

 

 

EMPLOYEES FILIPINO DEAF FRUITAS FRUITAS FACEBOOK PAGE FRUITAS GROUP OF COMPANIES HEARING IMPAIRED JAMMIN JAMAICA LUSH COOLERS ENTERPRISES MALL OF ASIA SHARES AND COMMENTS
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