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Hidilyn Congratulatory Olympics 2020: Take a look at brands’ creative and heartwarming congratulatory messages to Hidilyn Diaz

Diaz is now set to receive around Php33 million worth of cash prizes from the government and private sector.

Hidilyn Diaz made headlines as she bagged the Philippines’ first-ever gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics last July 26.

This marks the country’s first gold medal ever since it joined the games almost a century ago.

With the historical feat, corporations and well-known brands in the country grabbed the attention of netizens as they unleashed their creativity when it comes to their congratulatory greeting to the athlete.

Here is a compilation of brands’ congratulatory post for Diaz’s achievement.

Summit Water

Grab Philippines

Mcdonald’s Philippines


Champion Detergent Bar and Powder

Globe Telecom

Smart Communications

Megaworld Corporation took it to a whole other level as tycoon Andrew Tan rewarded Diaz with a Php14 million condominium unit in Eastwood City.


“With one lift, you raised all of our spirits,” Resorts World Manila wrote on their message .


Lazada Philippines

Shopee Philippines

Potato Corner Philippines

SM Supermalls

Dunkin’ Philippines

Diaz received a grant containing free 80,000 miles of travel every year for life from Philippine Airlines.

AirAsia also gave the athlete free flights in her lifetime.


Toyota Philippines

Starbucks Philippines

Jobstreet Philippines

Diaz will also get a house and lot from Century Properties Real Estate.

Cebu Pacific Air



Golden Fiesta


Gold’s Gym Philippines

Sun Life Philippines

AXA Philippines

AIA Philam Life

Manulife Philippines

Uratex Philippines offered to give Diaz one of their mattresses and other sleeping products.


Milo Philippines

Tokyo Tokyo

But the one that went viral the most was the greeting from Orocan. Not only did the brand congratulate Diaz, but it also seemed to call out the other companies saying how they turned a blind eye to the athlete’s cry for help last year, but they suddenly cheered on her when she won.

“Wag na tayong magplastikan,” it said.

Diaz’s journey to claiming the gold medal was not a smooth one as back in 2019. The athlete admitted that she’s having trouble with the finances while training for the Olympics.

In an Instagram Story, she wrote, “Is it okay to ask sponsorship sa mga private companies towards Tokyo 2020? Hirap na hirap na ko, I need financial support.”

She further said that she’s embarrassed to ask for donations, but she needed to do it for her dream to take home the gold in the Olympics.

Diaz is now set to receive around Php33 million worth of cash prizes from the government and private sector.

Written by J M

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