Daily Tribune : BBM, Sara open 5 new Uniteam campaign hubs in Davao

27 January 2022

By Daily Tribune

The Uniteam now have more campaign hubs across the country with the inauguration of five new headquarters in Davao del Sur and Davao City on Thursday, synergizing operations for the May 2022 elections.

Uniteam’s presidential bet Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos and vice presidential aspirant Sara Duterte led the opening of the five campaign hubs – a Uniteam-Hugpong ng Pagbabago (HNP) and a Uniteam-LAKAS-CMD headquarters in Digos City, and three BBM-Sara and HNP headquarters in Davao City.

“Limang Uniteam headquarters ang bubuksan natin sa ibat-ibang lugar sa Davao Region at magkasama kami ni Apo BBM na gagawin ang mga ito,” Mayor Sara said during her online show ‘Sara All For You.’

First to be inaugurated were the two headquarters in Digos City, Davao del Sur for its provincial and city chapters’ operations.

“Kanina maaga, at 9 am, binuksan po namin ‘yung Uniteam-LAKAS-CMD headquarters ng Province of Davao del Sur at ‘yung Uniteam-Hugpong ng Pagbabago headquarters ng Davao del Sur,” she added.

Incumbent Board Member Lanier Cadungog, of the Province’s 2nd District, facilitated the opening of the LAKAS-CMD and BBM-Sara provincial headquarters, while Kiblawan Mayor Jason Rama organized the event at the HNP office.

The three BBM-Sara and HNP headquarters in Davao City are located inside the Rizal Memorial College compound along Torres Street, in Bajada, and Tigatto.

Leo Magno, RMC Chairman of the Board, oversees the headquarters inside the institution.

A state-of-the art BBM-Sara headquarters is now open, through Rey Castañeda, at the Panorama Summit Hotel, in Tigatto.

Meanwhile, Jesus “Jess” Dureza, former Presidential Adviser on Peace Process, led in organizing the inauguration of the headquarters in Aeon Towers, Bajada.

All facilities feature comfortable areas for election-related engagements of supporters and local leaders.

The Uniteam’s BBM-Sara tandem is slated to visit more places in the country in February to personally meet with support groups and local organizations. HNP Media