Frontrow welcomes KathNiel with an overwhelming launch

  • KathNiel joins Frontrow Family
  • Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla is thankful to be a part of Frontrow Philippines

FRONTROW has become one of the leading direct selling company and the Philippines and it continues to expand. With a set of famous celebrities endorsing it; Bianca ManaloCristine Reyes, and Tim Yap to name a few, Frontrow recently announced that another huge pair of celebrities will be joining their family.

Photo from Frontrow Philippines Official (Instagram)


Yes, you got that right. The Teen King and Queen have finally joined the turf of Frontrow family. Launched at an event last February 25, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla are proud to be part of the team. Even though the crowd went a little out of control, the two still stood their ground and showed how grateful they are to be part of Frontrow.

“We’re very happy for being here tonight. Thank you so much dahil sa pag-welcome sa amin bilang bagong family,” the La Luna Sangre actress said. “We’re very excited para sa future project namin and excited na ako na mai-promote sa mas maraming tao pa,” she continued.

Photo from Frontrow Philippines Official (Instagram)

On the other hand, Daniel said how thankful he is to the company, “Salamat sa pagbibigay sa amin ng pagkakataon na maging parte ng Frontrow, sa napakalaking pamilya na ito.”

RS Francisco, one of the owners of Frontrow, shared that he once worked with Kathryn in a teleserye. “Kung dati inaalagaan ko na siya kasi kinakandong-kandong ko nga, ganoon din ang ibibigay na alaga ng Frontrow kay Kathryn. Mas aalagaan pa namin siya.”

Photo from Frontrow Philippines Official (Instagram)

We still have to wait what these two are up to, but if it’s KathNiel, we surely are willing to wait, aren’t we?

Written by Denis Santos

A Journalism student who considers nature as his second home. Likes to travel on a budget, and believes tofu and nuggets come hand in hand.

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