Premier Volleyball League (PVL) 2023 season runner-up Choco Mucho Flying Titans join its sister team Creamline Cool Smashers as the newest athlete ambassador of Allianz PNB Life Insurance Inc. (Allianz) during the signing ceremony in Mandaluyong City last February 8, 2024.
At the same event, the Creamline Cool Smashers renewed its contract with Allianz with the latter hoping that both teams promote further the sport of volleball among Filipinos when the PVL All-Filipino Conference season begins on February 20.
According to Creamline Cool Smashers Team Manager Alan Acero, the championship game last year closed with 24,500 in attendance, which the PVL hopes to break this season. “We firmly believe that this partnership will be instrumental in driving the continued growth and success of our teams with expertise and support of Allianz. We’re poised to redefine what it means to compete, inspire and achieve.”
“We’re very thankful to Allianz for welcoming us to the family and thank you to our sister team for inspiring us to be better,” said FLying Titans team captain Maddie Madayag said.
“We are thrilled to welcome the Choco Mucho Flying Titans to the Allianz athlete family. Alianz supports about 150 athletes globally as they embody and share the values and attributes of our employees and Life Changers: discipline, passion, and excellence.” said Allianz PNB Life President and CEO Joe Gross.
“Sports has been a medium to bring people together and celebrate unity and the human spirit. With Allianz, it has always been more than sports itself – it’s about having ‘every Juan’ in on conversations that matter: better world through sports, raising awareness on health and wellbeing importance of protection and health,” he added.
Allianz PNB Life’s partnership with Choco Mucho Flying Titans is a welcome addition to its growing Filipino athlete ambassadors, including Alyssa Valdez and EJ Obiena, and is aligned with the company’s efforts to uplift Philippine sports, athletes, and coaches through support in training and financial literacy programs.