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Returning OFWs in NAIA Receive Christmas Hampers from Globe

Many OFWs will be able to spend this Christmas with their families after years of hardship and missed homecomings due to the delay caused by the pandemic.

Globe made their reunion extra special by giving them the warm and proper welcome they deserve.

During the holiday season at the Ninoy Aquino Airport, Globe welcomed the many OFWs with a special celebration.

[LOOK] Newly Arrived OFWs Surprised With Christmas Hampers At Airport

Returning OFWs in NAIA Receive Christmas Hampers From Globe

Credits: Mactan Cebu Airport / Facebook

Upon reaching the terminal, the unsuspecting OFWs were greeted by a choir serenading them with Christmas carols and songs. The group was then escorted to the baggage carousels, the Business Mirror reported.

They were also given a sanitation kit that included alcohol and wipes. This was completed with a special bayong each at the Globe Prepaid booth area.

A colorful Globe backdrop made for the perfect Instagram-worthy photos of their reunion.

Globe is also giving away more gifts to help boost the spirits of the OFWs. All OFWs who bought a Prepaid 5G SIM or Call Card during the period from November 18 to December 31 are also entered to win exciting prizes.

Five lucky winners will receive pangkabuhayan packages worth thousands of pesos each. These include a Huawei MatePad T10 with pre-installed SIM 250, an Oppo15 phone, and a P20,000 Paninda package proided by PureGold.

Globe salutes the grit and determination of our OFWs who continue to endure the hardships of being away from their families just to provide for their needs. Through efforts like this, we hope to bring them cheer and an extra lift to make their lives much easier,” said Ms. Jhoanna Gudgad, Globe Telecom Inc. National Sales Senior Account Manager.

To know more about Globe’s Christmas surprises and promotional promo for returning OFWs and balikbayan, visit their official Facebook page.

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