Yamaha Philippines, through its officially recognized community, Yamaha Club (YClub), recognized the top chapters in the country for their laudable projects.
The recognitions were handed out at the Yamaha Club National Conference that gathered leaders of the many accredited Yamaha Club groups from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. The conference was staged with the theme, “Together We Ride,” and gathered a hundred attendees.
Yamaha Club memberships now number 75,000 members nationwide, since its first inception nine years ago. It hopes to continue to grow. As part of this ambition, the Yamaha Club National Conference welcomed the recently accredited Yamaha Club groups from around the country.
The conference saw these groups brainstorm for activities for the coming year. To serve as encouragement, the conference also recognized YClub groups that have touched people’s lives and helped them in many ways.
The recognitions were divided into six categories, with three plaques for each group from the country’s three main island groups; Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.
The President’s Choice Award was handed to the FZ 16 Club Philippines for Luzon, received by Danny Cayabyab. Visayas was represented by Tribu del Mio de Boho, received by Lloyd Patalinghug. The flag of Mindanao was raised by AMC Mindanao, received by Ferdinand Railla, Jr.
Top Performing Clubs of the Year were FZ Club Philippines once again for Luzon. Tribu del Mio de Bohol was recognized for the Visayas. AMC Mindanao took the laurel for the south.
The Hero Club of the Year was FZ16 Club Philippines for Luzon; Club Mio I 125 Cebu, and Davao Sniper Guild, Inc.
The Leadership award was presented to the FZ16 Club Philippines for Luzon; Cebuana Club of Cebu for Visayas; and AMC Mindanao.
The Honor award was given to FZ Club Philippines for Luzon, received by Maritez Lagman; Cebuana Club of Cebu, received by Myleene Santos; and Davao Sniper Guild, Inc., received by Virginia Felimer.
For those keen to join the Yamaha Club, you can register to be a YClub member at the Yamaha Club website.