See Bohol’s First-Ever Christmas Musical Light Show

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Tagbilaran City Hall is decked out for the Holiday season

TAGBILARAN CITY, Bohol (December 6, 2019)—Boholanos and tourists can now experience a dazzling light show akin to the Festival of Lights in Ayala Triangle, Makati City.

The City of Tagbilaran launched its musical light show at the Tagbilaran City Hall Grounds. The event, dubbed as “BRB” or Be Ridiculous Bohol, coincided with the city’s annual Christmas Tree Lighting tradition which signifies faith, hope, and unity of the Boholano community after the 2013 earthquake.

The lights show is the first of its kind for the province of Bohol and the entire Central Visayas region. Unlike the municipality of Loon’s Sidlakasilak, which is a parade of lights and street performances, Tagbilaran’s spectacle is a full 30-minute show of lights dancing to different Christmas songs. It will run until January 6, 2020 from 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. during weekdays and until 11:00 P.M. on weekends. 

Tagbilaran Mayor John Geesnel “Baba” Yap shared, “I believe the light show will help in promoting our place. It will attract people from all walks of life to come and experience what it is like to be in Tagbilaran.”

OPM band Orange & Lemons

Hundreds of Tagbilaranons also enjoyed as Filipino pop rock band Orange and Lemons performed during the event, together with local talents Loon Sidlak Kasilak Performers, Vanguardians Dance Company, and Flow Extreme Group.

The event is in partnership with TaskUs, the world’s leading provider of innovative solutions and customer support for rapidly-growing tech companies. TaskUs goes to where the talent is, and Bohol’s promising talent pool makes it the ideal place for the company to make its mark in Visayas. In line with the city’s #AsensoPaMore campaign, the light show also aims to lead Boholanos back home as more job opportunities await with TaskUs’ arrival in Tagbilaran.

Mayor Baba Yap and family, together with TaskUs representatives and Tagbilaran government officials, lead the official lighting ceremony.

TaskUs fosters a people-first culture where employees enjoy work-life balance and unique employee benefits. Known for its colorful and collaborative offices, it provides teammates 24/7 access to fully-equipped gyms and recreational areas where they can play video games, billiards, table tennis, and more. Teammates enjoy Happy Hours, events, and even concerts on site. Parents can also bring their children as daycare centers are available. 

Teammates’ holistic well-being is TaskUs’ top priority. Subsidized healthy meals are provided in exchange for a minimum donation of PHP5.00 that goes to chosen charities. There are resident counselors, life coaches, and psychologists in every site to ensure that employees’ mental and emotional health is maintained.

As an equal opportunity employer, TaskUs veers away from traditional corporate practices and looks past a person’s gender, religion, age, and physical capacity in its recruitment process. It also offers extended medical coverage for up to two immediate family members. All of its Philippine offices have all-gender restrooms and is one of the first few companies to include same-sex partners as health care dependents. 

TaskUs is ready to rock Central Visayas and give Bohol a taste of its ridiculously good culture. Are you ready to experience Us?

Know more about TaskUs by following its social media accounts: @TaskUsPH (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) and @TaskUs (LinkedIn). Visit the old Holy Spirit School, Jacinto Borja Corner Remolador, Poblacion ll, Tagbilaran City or visit www.taskus.com to be one of Us.