JCI Alabang and San Miguel Corporation in coordination with Barangay Ayala Alabang, held a special offsite RFID registration last July 17-18, 2015 for the residents of Ayala Alabang Village. Around 450 clients were serviced, representing approximately 1,000 cars installed with the free RFID kits.
“A huge number of the Ayala Alabang residents pass through the SLEX everyday. When we heard that the RFID team lead by Ms Nelly Argota is interested in going to Ayala Alabang, we contacted them immediately,” said JCI Alabang President Aimee Flordeliza.
“To gauge the demand, we opened 145 slots for priority registration. All the slots were taken in less than 24 hours; the 145 slots corresponded to around 380 vehicles. With this data, we convinced the RFID team to conduct a half-day dry run on July 17 to ensure a smooth July 18 full day registration,” she added.
JCI Alabang Treasurer, Janette Lim, was the project chairman for this event. She said, “Barangay Ayala Alabang’s role through the full support of Barangay Kagawad Pat Bocobo was instrumental in the event– allowing the use of the barangay facilities, free lugaw, refreshments, and logistics support.”
“With this project, we practiced the JCI way of connecting government, business, and the community—- Barangay Ayala Alabang, SMC RFID group, and Alabang and nearby residents. We thank Ms Nelly Argota and her great RFID team for coming to our village. We also thank all of the residents who availed of this service to make this event successful,” she added.
Ms Nelly Argota of SMC who leads the RFID implementation said, “this is the first offsite registration in non-SMC offices. I am happy with our partnership with JCI Alabang and Barangay Ayala Alabang. I look forward to working with JCI in other offsite events.”
JCI Alabang would like to thank the invaluable help of Petron and SMC partners, and especially Barangay Ayala Alabang for supporting this activity. Petron gave all new subscribers P50 of Sweep credit that can be used to purchase Petron fuel.
JCI Alabang is a group of young professionals and businessmen mostly based in Alabang. We are part of the larger group, Junior Chamber International (JCI). Our vision is to be the leading network of young active citizens. To provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change. To learn more about our advocacy and projects, visit jcialabang.org. If you are aged between 18-40 years old and want to make a difference in your community, contact us at [email protected].
Congratulations to Project Chair, JCI Alabang Treasurer Janette Lim, Kagawad Pat Bocobo, and the whole JCI Alabang team for this successful event!
For more questions about the RFID system, you can visit the RFID system website– skywayslexrfid.com or call the hotline 632-3886.
The JCI Alabang RFID Team is composed of: Treasurer Janette Lim, JCI Director for Govt Relations and BAA Kagawad Pat Bocobo, President Aimee Flordeliza, 2014 President Vicky Martinez, SG KC Ang, VP for External Affairs Lester Baes, Dir for Recruitment Miguel Carandang, Dir for Business RJ Paguyo, Dir for Special Projects Trina Castillo, Ton Baes, Charm Godino, Lee Anne, Francis Jimenez, Ed Lopingco, Miguel Mendoza, Ari Natividad, Andre Oblepias, Neil Ong, and Kiel Villamin.
Photo credits: SG KC Ang and Paolo Dolina