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Taberna Group of Companies honors partners in appreciation night

The Taberna Group of Companies (TGC) paid tribute to its clients and partners in its annual appreciation night held at the Metrotent Convention Center in Pasig City.

Guests were treated to a night of fun, music, and sumptuous meals, with cultural band Indio and dancing couple Power Duo performing impressive production numbers, along with other celebrities and TGC's very own talents.

The Taberna family were full force in thanking their partners and clients.

Celebrities also graced the event.

Dubbed TGC Icon 2023, the event also featured multiple booths showcasing the brands under TGC, including Outbox Media (OBM) — a sought-after events and multimedia company; Taberna couples' F&B businesses Ka Tunying's restaurant, A. Taberna Foods Corp., Kumbachero Food Corp., Taste of the Town catering; and K Tunying's TV and digital programs “Tune In Kay Ka Tunying Live,” a one-hour digital newscast, and “Kuha All,” a documentary on today's viral videos.

Anthony “Ka Tunying” Taberna, president, and CEO of TGC, expressed gratitude to their beloved clients and partners, who he refers to as their co-creators, for their relentless support, in good and bad times.

He underscored the important role that their stakeholders play as TGC sets its sights on even greater heights post-pandemic.

Meanwhile, Taberna's wife, Rossel, acknowledged the hard work and dedication of each and every member of TGC, calling it a vital part of their company's progress through the years.

Known as an Xtrapreneur because of always going the extra mile in her endeavors, Rossel encouraged her team members to consistently go above and beyond expectations and make their own indelible mark.

The power couple capped off their day of thanksgiving with a token of appreciation and recognition to all their valued clients.

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