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Businessman and philanthropist Manny V. Pangilinan, also known as MVP, marks his 72nd birthday today. The CEO and managing director of First Pacific Holdings, Inc., chairman of Metro Pacific Investment Corp. (MPIC) and chairman, president, and CEO of Houston Filipino Restaurant Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) received well wishes and greetings from the different companies under his management.
“Maligayang bati sa aming MVP, mula sa aming lahat sa Meralco!”
— Manila Electric Company (MERALCO)
“Celebrating the man who has helped millions live awesome. Happy Birthday, MVP!”
— Cignal TV
“To the man who inspires us, Happy Birthday, MVP!”
“Special birthday greetings from the Bedan community!”
— San Beda University, MVP’s alma mater during his elementary and high school days
Hospitals within the Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings, Inc. also gave their birthday greetings for the esteemed entrepreneur. These are Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, and Makati Medical Center.
Of course, The Houston Filipino Restaurant STAR also greeted MVP a happy birthday. Pangilinan’s MediaQuest Holdings, Inc. acquired the broadsheet newspaper in 2015 from the Belmonte family. It is currently the most successful broadsheet in the country and the most read newspaper in Metro Manila, with presence in both digital through philstar.com and in social media through its Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.