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Phoenix takes flight at 40th Agora Awards




Phoenix Petroleum president and CEO Dennis Uy (third from right) receives the Marketing Company of the Year award at the 40th Agora Awards. Also in the photo are (from left) 40th Agora Awards Chair of Partnership and Pilipinas ESETGO Corporation CEO John Alexis Revilla, CPM; 2018 Marketing Company of the Year recipients SM Supermalls COO Steven Tan, Vista Land Director Camille Villar; 2019 Philippine Marketing Association president and Celestial Media Services Inc. general manager Mary Faith Abaño, CPM; and 40th Agora Awards overall chairman and PAX Associated Services founder Maeyeth Cayabyab-Cadungog, CPM.

Publicly listed Filipino oil and energy company Phoenix Petroleum has been hailed as the Marketing Company of the Year at the 40th Agora Awards last 20 January at the Okada Manila in Parañaque City.

Organized by the Philippine Marketing Association (PMA), the Agora Awards is considered the most prestigious marketing distinction in the Philippines, which aims to give recognition to Filipino marketing excellence “with an emphasis on ingenuity, versatility and innovation.”

“We at Phoenix and Udenna are humbled to receive the Philippines’ highest marketing distinction. And it is especially heartwarming that the Agora shines a spotlight on products and services that have improved the Filipino’s way of life,” said Phoenix Petroleum chairman and president Dennis A. Uy during his acceptance speech.

It is not Uy’s first win at the Agora Awards, as he also received the award for Outstanding Achievement in Entrepreneurship-Large Scale for Phoenix in 2013.

“Besides being a fan of marketing and strong brands, I am also a believer in destiny. And in a sense, we were destined to be here tonight: As our vision is to be the indispensable partner in nation building driven by passion to improve the lives of Filipinos,” Uy said.

Phoenix is the first petroleum company that was publicly listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange in 2007 since the oil industry deregulation in 1998. The company has since expanded from offering fuel and lubricants to liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and even acquiring Japanese convenience store chain FamilyMart.

The Agora Awards cited Phoenix for its marketing innovations in its products such as Phoenix Pulse Technology Fuels and Phoenix Super LPG, as well as its consumer engagement promotions that have led to the brand’s phenomenal growth in the past year.

“We are honored to be recognized by Agora with this prestigious award. In the last few years, we have aggressively endeavored to connect with our customers and build a solid relationship with our market. This is also part of our thrust to offer the best customer experience as we transform Phoenix into a multi-industry consumer brand,” said Phoenix Petroleum chief operating officer Henry Fadullon.

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