Jason Lock Sep 3rd, 2014

Transcom Philippines supports Philippine Rugby Football Union’s Goal to Success!


Transcom Philippines officially announces its partnership and support of the Philippine Rugby Football Union (PRFU), the country’s official governing body of the sport of rugby. This partnership aims to foster better support of the Philippine National Team and help fortify its competitive spot in this exciting sport. In addition, this partnership helps in advocating the teaching of rugby as a sport to Filipinos.

On August 19, 2014, official PRFU jersey has been unveiled, as the symbol of the strengthening partnership between Transcom and PRFU. In the Philippines, Transcom has five (5) sites, strategically located in the cities of Pasig, Mandaluyong, Bacolod and IloIlo. Celebrating 10 years of pride and excellence on September 2014, Transcom remains committed in its unique focus on creating experiences that deeply engage our customers, clients, employees and our community. And with this commitment, we celebrate the tantamount growth of our presence in the Philippines, counting almost ten thousand employees.

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Presenting the Transcom jersey is Regional Chief Operations Officer, Jason Lock. Joining him [from L-R] are: Jason Lynch (Volcanoes), Jovic Paypon (NDT), Dino Gonzales (NDT), Lito Ramirez (NDT), Jay Coronel Jr. (NDT), Manny Olondriz (NDT), Kit Guerra IV (NDT), Chris Anderson (NDT), Coach David Johnston, Coach Peter Wright, Glenn Denton (NDT), Chris Hettle (NDT), Jake Letts (Volcanoes), Chris Everingham (Volcanoes), Kenny Stern (Volcanoes) and Robbie Jones (Volcanoes)

During the Philippine Rugby Football Union’s (PRFU) formation in 1999, the sport of rugby was being played in the Philippines predominantly by foreign expatriates. Now, as they call themselves the “Philippine Volcanoes, the National Team takes pride in competing with 100% Filipino heritage players, winning several internationally recognized and sanctioned competitions.