Cebuana Lhuillier, one of the greatest across the nation pawnshop chains in the Philippines, completes much more in making smiles than simply their simple interest rates and number of branches the nation over. They are also excited about respecting different Filipinos who do the same. This is exemplified as they continued looking for the Happiest Pinoy, where upstanding residents of the Philippines can make their inspirational life story of idealism known through Cebuana and get an opportunity to win generous cash prizes. Their fourth Happiest Pinoy competition was as of late held, with winners chosen from ten categories. And among them a teacher was named the Happiest Pinoy of all.
Public school teacher Zaldy Bueno was picked by Cebuana Lhuillier as the winner of the 4th Search for the Happiest Pinoy acknowledgment challenge. He was the delegate Happiest Pinoy of the Professional category, one of ten finalists from segments of Philippine society, for example, the adolescent, senior residents, unskilled workers, OFWs, government workers and even the LGBTQ. For his motivational biography, Sir Bueno was granted a P1 million money prize, tax exempt. That is a commendable triumph particularly for the Region IV-A local who defeated stupendous impediments so as to accomplish his long lasting calling to instruction, and doing it with sheer positive good faith.
Conceived in neediness at Quezon area, Zaldy early school life, enhanced by planting and selling vegetables, was put to its first enormous test when they endure the 1995 Typhoon Rosing. With their home demolished and being compelled to share room in their barangay wellbeing community for a considerable length of time, Zaldy was roused to benefit as much as possible from his odds at instruction to guarantee a decent life for himself and his family. Working low maintenance during school to procure his training degree, he likewise needed to pay his own costs while work on educating.
In any case, these hardships just imparted in Zaldy Bueno a more prominent thankfulness for his calling, to such an extent that he has made it his campaign to help understudies in as much money related straits as he had been. Notwithstanding encouraging ALS classes (that his own mom visited), Sir Bueno was prime supporter of a network venture that would supply understudies who lived excessively a long way from schools and can’t manage the cost of open transport with bikes. The PADYAK Project has been perceived, embraced and upheld by the neighborhood network, government authorities and abroad Filipino promoters for its functional guide to understudies.
Sir Bueno has officially earned honors from the CALABARZON Awards and the Civil Service Commission for his uplifting help to instruction for youth of thin available resources. His new honor as Cebuana Lhuillier’s Happiest Pinoy, and the prize that accompanies it, is a merited extra credit to Zaldy for his all consuming purpose.
The Cebuana Lhuillier Search for the Happiest Pinoy screens the rousing biography expositions of intrigued applicants submitted to their numerous second hand stores. Top competitors from ten classes were then met by a board of judges from the organization, to decide the top Pinoys in every classification, and the Happiest Pinoy among them. The other classification victors likewise won their very own individual money prizes of P50000 each.
“I am very happy with the results of the this year’ssearch – with more than 800,000 entries got through our branches, online, SMS and walk-in entries,” noted Cebuana Lhuillier President and CEO Jean Henri Lhuiller in regards to Bueno. “It’s been amazing to read the entries of the 10 finalists and Zaldy proves to be a commendable winner as his story will rouse innumerable individuals to push on in spite of life’s challenges. Zaldy exemplifies the praiseworthy Filipino soul of rising up from your present situation and utilizing that as fuel to have any kind of effect in the lives of others.”