A year after its well-attended launching of www.tinigpinoy.net at the Centre Block of the Parliament of Canada Building, Tinig Pinoy is putting together another classic event. On February 15, Tinig Pinoy will host an elegant dinner dance Valentine gala at the Imperial Hall of Centurion Centre in Ottawa.
A formal event, ladies are attending in their best evening gowns while the gentlemen will be in coat and tie. Centurion Centre’s General Manager, Sean McGrath, prepared a special buffet menu to delight the attendees. Part of the $50.00 per person cost of attending this much awaited event will help fund the various community projects of Ottawa’s much-respected radio program which is now on its 21st year of uninterrupted community service, Tinig Pinoy, which is now a global phenomenon with thousands of its members found in at least 40 countries worldwide. Offering non-stop beautiful Original Pilipino Music (OPM) only, Tinig Pinoy Radio is heard worldwide, 24/7, through web radio at www.tinigpinoy.net.
Among its most anticipated programs are the liveshows individually hosted by twelve Deejays/Hosts located in various countries in four continents.
Recently, Tinig Pinoy through its founder, Dan de Castro, was awarded the highly-regarded Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal for it’s contribution in the betterment and promotion of Canadians and its varied culture.
The formal event on Feb 15th, starts at 6 in the evening. Your company will render the evening more memorable.
For tickets, check with the staff of Tinig Pinoy Radio whose contacts are listed in this website or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.