Pru Life UK joins the annual Festival of Lights bringing cheers to Filipino families this Christmas season

Leading life insurer Pru Life UK joins the 15th edition of the Festival of Lights this holiday season. One of the most-anticipated holiday traditions in the city, this year's festival, themed "Christmas Nights with Countless Lights," was launched on 14 November at the Ayala Triangle Gardens.

Pru Life UK executives, Zobel de Ayala family members, and ALI ManCom members at the launch of the 15th edition of Festival of Lights.

Catch Pru Life UK’s own medley at the most iconic Festival of Lights – the spectacular and crowd-favorite Christmas lights and sound show. Guaranteed to delight the senses, the 

Pru Life UK medley will feature classic Christmas tunes inspired by Frank Sinatra and Andy Williams.

Pru Life UK also takes this year's holiday celebration up a notch through an interactive booth featuring exciting and festive games like Candy Cane Drop and Unbox PRU Love for a chance to win exciting prizes and merchandise.

"We are thrilled to be part of this year's Festival of Lights. Christmas is one of the most joyous seasons of the year best spent with family and loved ones. In Pru Life UK, family is at the core of everything we do, so this is our way of sharing joy and PRU Love with all Filipino families,” said Pru Life UK Executive Vice President and Chief Customer & Marketing Officer Allan Tumbaga. 

From left to right: Pru Life UK District Manager Teri Cuyco Rombaoa, Products and Propositions Head Abbie Dinglasan, Executive Vice President and Chief Customer and Marketing Officer Allan Tumbaga, and Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Rey Antonio M. Revoltar were present during the Festival of Lights launch at Ayala Triangle Gardens.

"Through our special treats at the Festival of Lights, we aim to make this holiday season more festive and truly memorable for every life and every future of many more Filipino families,” added Tumbaga.

Catch the Festival of Lights daily, from 6 pm to 10 pm, at the Ayala Triangle Gardens until 14 January 2024.