The New Branding of the Municipality

Every municipalities in the country has it's own branding to promote the culture, tourism and lives of the residents. From "Bagong Taytay", which is the first branding of the municipality during the first term of Honorable George Ricardo Gacula II, to 'Best Taytay', which is now the branding of the municipality.

The Previous Best Taytay Branding Logo

From the old Best Taytay logo, which consists of red and white colors with the slogan "One Goal. One Dream. One Team." on top and three stars below, now the new logo brand consists of dark blue, light and dark red combinations with a triangular edge accent.

The New Best Taytay Branding Logo

Last February 4, the new branding was launch simultaneous with the HaMaKa Festival press conference.

On a report by the Daily Tribune last February 9, 2020, the Honorable Mayor says that the primary objective of the rebranding is to promote the local tourism, reviving the woodwork and garments industry of the municipality. He also says that many are looking forward to the world-class Taytay Sports Complex and the Rizal Provincial Hospital System (Annex). That’s why we are hoping that our municipality will soon become the ‘business district of the east, even if we are not yet a city although all features of a city are already here.

Video Screenshot: Courtesy of Taytay Public Information Office

(Third from the Left: Mr. Mark Jay Valdez, Department Head For Public Information Office; Sir Roderick Santos, Department Head for Municipal Tourism Office (Fourth from the left) Hon. George Ricardo Gacula II, Municipal Mayor(Center); Vice - Mayor Michell Bermundo (Second From Right); and Councilor Elaine Leonardo(First From the Right) During the Press Conference for upcoming HaMaKa Festival and Rebranding of the Best Taytay Logo.)

Vice Mayor Michell Bermundo says that the council made a resolution to name the municipality as the "Garments Capital of the Philippines", not getting exhausted in crafting policy to better promote tourism, and business sector in the municipality is our partner in this endeavor.

The project is supported by the municipal council headed by Hon. Michell Bermundo, Vice - Mayor for Taytay (Rizal) municipality, together with Councilor Elaine Leonardo, chairman of the Committee on Tourism, and Mr. Roderick Santos, department head for Municipal Tourism Office.

(Video Screenshot: Courtesy of Taytay Public Information Office)

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