Bicol Mail editor-in-chief Joe Perez (right) also received the same award for his role as festival project coordinator.
Naga accounts for 68% of tourist arrivals in CamSur - - Whistleblower cries harassment - - DA, DILG impose ban on blue crab - - Bicol tourism in two packages - - Bicol LGUs sees extra funding for devt't projects under BuB - - Reminiscing the Past of MPC - - 2 armed encounters in CamSur in one day - - Barlin, Joe, and Aglipay - - Spain installs first honorary consul in Bicol - - No end yet in PDAF hearing - - Cops free detained protesters - - 387 victims of Martial Law in Bicol get compensation - - SMEC takes over Aleco - - Obstructions risk lives, traffic in Albay highways - - Values Education: An Evolution - - Daet venue of FAP's Sine Panitik project - - DENR renews stern warning vs wood charcoal making, trading - - Sighting 0f 90 whalesharks in Albay Gulf reported in 2 weeks - - Knowing the aspects in fulfilling your dreams - - Three new postal services in Juan Click
Ms. Sandy Prieto-Romualdez (center) president of the Philippine Ad Board and the Philippine Daily Inquirer is welcomed by Naga City Mayor John G. Bongat (2nd from right) and top city officials composed of (from right): Naga MetroPeso Manager Reuel Oliver, City Administrator Florencio Mongoso Jr. and Joe Perez, City External Relations Officer and Bicol Mail Editor who will collaborate to ensure the success of the holding of AdCongress in Naga City and Camarines Sur in November this year, AdCongress is the country's biggest gathering of advertising executives and media networks that happens every two years.
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