Prizes and gifts have kept pouring in for the first ever Olympic champion from the Philippines, Hidilyn Diaz, who now also has life insurance from Manulife worth 10 million pesos.
In a press release, Manulife recalled how they appealed to the Olympic gold medalist at the Tokyo Games to be one of their brand ambassadors in the country when Diaz publicly asked for help from private companies.
âThe serious athlete that she is, Hidilyn maintained a positive frame of mind and continued to focus on her training. Her values ââand determination have truly inspired us, and as an Ambassador of the Manulife brand, we know that she can also inspire our fellow Filipinos to stay focused on their dreams, âsaid Melissa Henson, Marketing Director of Manulife Philippines.
âWhile she had to get away from her family and put her life outside of weightlifting in the backseat, her relentless preparation helped her qualify for the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics this year and has her. ultimately led to winning the first ever Olympic gold medal for the Philippines. It has been such an honor to witness her incredible journey, and we are so proud of her, “added Henson.
The insurance company offers Diaz a Manulife Horizons insurance policy to celebrate his historic achievement.
Money and other gifts have piled up for Diaz since winning the country’s very first Olympic gold medal.
So far, pledges for Diaz include P10 million from the government, an additional P3 million from President Rodrigo Duterte, P10 million from Ramon Ang, P10 million from Manny Pangilinan, P5 million from a foundation led by Dennis Uy and P3 million by Representative Mikee Romero.
In addition to this, she also received a house and land in Tagaytay by representative Bambol Tolentino, a condominium unit in Eastwood City from Megaworld, a house and land from Century Properties, and another house and land in Zamboanga. by Duterte.
She is also entitled to a lifetime of free flights from AirAsia and free flights of up to 80,000 miles per year from Philippine Airlines.
Diaz will also receive two cars from KIA and FOTON in addition to lifetime free gasoline from Phoenix Petroleum.