Aspiring MVP Bossing Teng De Castro reinvents restaurant concept

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   PLDT Enterprise recently launched its MVP Bossing campaign last December to inspire enterprises to rediscover and reinvent their businesses today to successfully thrive in the future. With the theme Rediscovery, Reinvention, it aims to convey a message of hope, to recognize and appreciate local entrepreneurs who took on the challenges their businesses faced because of the global health crisis. Aspiring MVP Bossing Teng de Castro is the Managing Partner of Dapo at Tisa Filipino Cuisine, which is known for its fresh Filipino dishes, top-notch service staff, and comfortable dining areas. The pandemic where government had to implement total lockdown greatly affected Dapo at Tisa, which has 4 branches and 80 employees across the metro. Teng de Castro says they closed down for two weeks, and had to hurriedly pivot, from a dine-in establishment to a cloud kitchen concept, with food to be delivered or for take-out. Teng de Castro says that they had to pivot in order to cope with the cris

RIP Arvin "TADO" Jimenez

Known Comedian, artist and LimiTado store owner, (who knows how to play alesis sr16) also known as Arvin Jimenez in real life is confirmed dead today. Tado is one of the 14 passengers confirmed dead in the bus accident.

The bus Florida which came from the Sampaloc Terminal is bound for Benguet. 

According to reports, fourteen people, among them local comedian Tado Jimenez, a Dutch woman and a Canadian man, were killed when a bus fell into a 500-meter-deep ravine on the outskirts of Bontoc, capital of Mountain Province, Friday morning, police said.
Ann Van de Ven, a tourist from The Netherlands, and Canadian Alex Loring were found dead at the crash site.

Comedian Tado Jimenez.
The two foreigners were among the nine people who were killed instantly when the bus fell into the ravine in Sitio Pagang at 7:20 a.m., said Senior Supt. Oliver Enmodias, Mountain Province police director.
Enmodias said another Dutch, Annenmik Veerwege, was among the 31 injured, including a 7-year-old child identified as Agung Sikam.  They were being treated at the Bontoc General Hospital.
The bus driver, Alexander Longadey, was also undergoing treatment.
Enmodias said the Florida Trans bus, which came from Sampaloc in Manila, was carrying 45 passengers.
Police identified some of the other fatalities as Marcial Bernard Jr., Andrew David Sicam, Natividad Ngawa, Gerald Baja, Ana Alaba, and Arvin Jimenez, also known in the entertainment world as Tado Jimenez.

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