An event that gathered some of the country’s biggest celebrities like Vice Ganda, Anne Curtis, Regine Velasquez, Sharon Cuneta and Gary Valenciano to perform for an audience of 55,000 people. Can it get any bigger than this?
There is no doubt that FRONTROW really went “All In” for their 10th year anniversary last November 9 at the Philippine Arena. And it was a well-deserved night for everyone. Their hard work and dedication to helping others paid off and then some. Not only are they an award-winning business with members all around the world, they are also in fact Asia’s leading health, beauty and wellness distribution company.
Joining the celebration was the Unkabogable Vice Ganda who gave “buwis buhay” stunts during his performance of Lady Gaga’s hits. Asia’s Songbird pleased fans with crowd favorite “On the Wings of Love”. Meanwhile, the Megastar shocked the audience with her rendition of JK Labajo’s “Buwan”. Anne Curtis did not disappoint when she belted “Let It Go” and Whiteney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You”. Mr. Pure Energy dedicated his stage to OFWs with “Babalik Ka Rin” and “Hataw Na” which he performed with son Gab Valenciano. Even Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray joined to sing “We Are the Champions”. Also present to host the event were Bianca Manalo and Tim Yap.
President RS Francisco and Chief Executive Officer Sam Verzosa could not have been more grateful to everyone who made FRONTROW as successful as it is today. “Ang unang misyon lang namin was makatulong ng mga members namin, within FRONTROW. Tapos hindi ko alam na 9, 10 years from that time … nakakatulong pa kami at nakaka-affect pa kami ng mga tao outside FRONTROW,” Francisco stated during a press conference. Despite the risks involved in multilevel marketing, they believed that it was legitimate business that can change people’s lives.
And share the blessings they have, through their charity arm FRONTROW Cares. They donated to Sagip Kapamilya back in 2013 to help the victims of typhoon Yolanda. In partnership with Miss Universe, they hosted a fashion gala which helped provide education funding for the children of Tondo. There was also the Frontrow Cares Music Festival and the play “M. Butterfly” in which all proceeds were given to different beneficiaries. During the event alone, they raffled 20 sets of P100,000, 10 brand new SUVs and a house and lot. These are only some of the steps they have taken to change people’s lives.
So, what is next for FRONTROW? “I always say, FRONTROW is a work in progress. What you see now … wala pa ‘to, wala pa nga tayong 10%. So, it’s not final yet. Ang dami pa naming i-improve,” Francisco promised. “I don’t know what, or who, or how big FRONTROW will be 10 years from now. But I’m definitely sure that FRONTROW by that time would be able to touch more people’s lives.”
Learn more about FRONTROW through their social media pages, Frontrow TV (Facebook and YouTube) and FrontrowPHOff (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).