We all keep promises – to our friends, family, special someone, and even ourselves. That’s how we keep a healthy relationship with the people within our circle. Piolo Pascual is no exception. We see him on screen as a brilliant actor with impeccable talent, but more than anything, he is first and foremost a son, a sibling, and a father. And like many of us, he too have promises to keep.
The veteran actor shares how he manage his finances and keep his promises through the help of his sister and Sun Life Advisor, Chiqui Pascual-Gonzales.
“Like any other person, I want to give my family the best life possible. I am a man of my word, that’s why I work hard and seize every opportunity that comes my way,” Piolo said. “But more than just earning money, it’s how you manage your finances that makes a difference. Fortunately, I have the guidance and help of one very special lady: my very own sister, Chiqui Pascual-Gonzales, who also happens to be my Sun Life Advisor.”
According to Piolo, Chiqui has been instrumental in ensuring that his dreams for his family will all come true.
“It’s a partnership through and through. With her help, I’ve been able to make it all happen while still pursuing my own passions and advocacies,” he said.
The Sun Life Partnership
Piolo and Chiqui’s story has inspired Sun Life’s latest campaign highlighting Sun Life’s presence in a client’s life throughout the different stages. The new TV commercial represents the many promises that Sun Life has helped bring into fruition for the past 123 years of its existence.
Sun Life hopes that the campaign will inspire more people to find a financial partner to help manage their finances and keep their promises to their loved ones.
“As the longest-standing life insurance company in the Philippines, we have witnessed many promises being fulfilled throughout the years and have served generations of clients. It is an honor for us to serve all our clients and help them secure their future and those of their loved ones” Sun Life Chief Marketing Officer Mylene Lopa said.