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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Rosario Sports Center

Program Title
1st Mayor’s and Sangguniang Bayan Cup 
Sports and Recreation Special Project

Program Location
The event lasted for two days in Barangay Masaya, Rosario, Batangas in the newly constructed facilities of the Rosario Sports Center (Waypoint: 13⁰ 50’ 12.3”N, 121⁰ 11’ 29.0”E). From Dr. Gualberto Avenue in the Poblacion, drive west in the direction of Batangas City for about 1.66 kilometers, then turn left and follow the barangay road heading south for about 450 meters and then turn left again to the newly constructed earth road. The Rosario Sports Center (RSC) Office is about 250 meters heading east. The RSC is about 2.35 kilometers from the Jollibee Store in the Poblacion area.

Date Implemented
This Sports and Recreation in Support of Tourism Project was held January 21-22, 2012.



Implementing Office
 This pioneering project was implemented under the Office of the Municipal Mayor.

Total Project Cost
The project was allocated Php75,000.00 by the Municipal Government of Rosario, Batangas headed by the Honorable Mayor Manuel B. Alvarez for participation in cash prizes and expenses for trophies.

Rationale
The Municipality of Rosario, Batangas is fully supportive of the Department of Tourism in its effort to encourage increased tourism activities in the country. To this effect, the Annual Investment Program (AIP) for 2012 enunciated formulating and implementing tourism plans, programs, projects and activities under the Special Projects segment of the Office of the Municipal Mayor.

This special project immediately touches on cross-sectoral concerns and deliver impact across several basic sectors in terms of social and economic benefits.

The project lends meaningful support for the social development sector of sports and recreation by promoting motorcycle-based sports activities.

The availability of motorcycle-based sports activity where the youth can participate is a positive development for this sector. Involvement in sports activities provides opportunities for the beneficial use of time. It tends to divert the youth away from the influence of illegal drugs. This in turn can contribute to improved public order and safety situation in the municipality.

In terms of revenue contribution in the long term, to both the Municipal and Barangay Governments, the location of the race track and the surrounding properties in the area will generate increased property valuation and consequently, higher real property taxes. We could add business taxes and other fees in the positive impact of this project to the revenue collection of the municipality.

In terms of economic development, locals and visitors, the youth and adults, riders and spectators, all can have one more sports to focus on. This in turn can contribute to increased traffic of tourists in the municipality by attracting participants and spectators alike from out of town.

The economic development sector of tourism generates jobs and livelihood in its support industries like food establishments, resorts and lodging houses, real estate, personal services like barber shops and salons, souvenir shops and other commercial activities. Hence, this project can lead to more employment and livelihood opportunities for the people of Rosario.

Objectives
  • To implement tourism plans, programs, projects and activities;
  • To promote sports and recreation across all sectors including, men and women, youth and children, as well as our seniors by their involvement as riders, spectators, vendors, organizers and other roles.
  • To create opportunities for livelihood and employment of the people of the municipality.

Racing Facility
The facility is about 4 hectares more or less and about 1 hectare was used for the dirt road race track of about 1 kilometer in length. There is a concrete office building with a garage which doubles as a repair shop.

Competition
The completion was open to all interested racing enthusiasts. The ages ranged from as young as 3 years old to as old as 60 years old. Over 80 riders are expected to join with 75% them consisting of the youth. About 10 women was expected to join the completion.

Budgetary Requirements
  • Prizes (in Philippine Peso)
Motocross Categories Champion 1st Runner Up 2nd Runner Up Other Cash Prize Other Prizes
Motocross Categories Champion 1st Runner Up 2nd Runner Up Other Cash Prize Other Prizes
1 3,800.00 1,000.00 500.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
2 4,800.00 2,000.00 1,000.00 500.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
3 1,500.00 1,000.00 500.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
4 3,800.00 1,000.00 500.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
5 4,800.00 2,000.00 1,000.00 500.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
6 4,800.00 1,000.00 500.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
7 7,800.00 5,000.00 3,000.00 2,000.00 1,000.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
8 3,800.00 1,000.00 500.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
9 4,800.00 1,500.00 1,000.00 500.00 300.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
10 4,800.00 1,000.00 500.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
11 7,800.00 5,000.00 3,000.00 2,000.00 1,000.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
12 1,500.00 1,000.00 500.00 Trophies and 1 sack of rice
Bikecross Categories Champion 1st Runner Up 2nd Runner Up Other Cash Prize Other Prizes
1 2,000.00 1,000.00 500.00
2 2,000.00 1,000.00 500.00
3 2,000.00 1,000.00 500.00
4 2,000.00 1,000.00 500.00

  • Categories
  1. Beginner Local Enduro Novice Underbone Lights Production Enduro Open (Local)
  2. Beginner Open Production Novice Production Open Underbone Professional Open
  3. Peewee 
  4. Novice Underbone
  5. Novice Production
  6. Enduro King
  7. Lights Production
  8. Open Underbone
  9. Mini
  10. Executive Team Ala Eh Race
  11. Enduro Open
  12. Professional Open
There will be over Php100,000.00 cash prizes at stake including over 85 trophies for various awards. Some winning categories will include 1 sack of rice as part of the prize. The Municipal Government will contribute close to 50% of cash prizes and the cost of trophies.



  • Manpower Requirement
Position Number Amount PHP)
Officials and support staff As Needed In kind
Marshalls 20 2,000.00
Round Girls 3 In kind by: Brenda Joco Hannah Comia and Centin Laroza
Medical Emergency Personnel 8 Courtesy of LGU
Other volunteers As Needed In kind

  • Materials and Machineries
PositionNumberAmount (PHP)
Trophies 85 pieces 21,250.00
Food and refreshments1 lot 10,000.00
Sound system1 unit3,000.00
Tent1 set2,500.00
Event Equipment (Starting Gate, Flags, etc.)1 lot4,400.00
Heavy equipment rental (payloader, grader etc.) Grader
Backhoe
Courtesy of LGU
28,800.00
Tarpaulin 1 lot Courtesy of advertisers

Crowd Estimate
A conservative estimate of the crowd that watched or visited the tournament including the participants, their support staff, officials, volunteers and vendors – was placed at around 1,500 to 2000.

Winners
The following entries were declared winners for the two-day racing event:
 
Category Place Name Entry Number
Beginner Local Enduro 1st Randy Dayao 57
2nd Patrick Beech 7
3rd Allen Perez 203
4th Lester Lara 69
5th Peterpan 226
Beginner Open Production 1st Rico Canchela 4
2nd McLean Aguilar 221
3rd Omar Sabal 59
4th Bayeng Ramirez 122
5th T.J. Alberto 7
Peewee 1st Gerald Dinglasan 42
2nd Paul Fernandez 30
3rd Ryan Christian Rupyio 4
Novice Underbone 1st Frank Delson Janolino 247
2nd Jon-jon Mercado 133
3rd Nole Paredez 2
4th Rodel Diaz 69
5th JR Caguite 8
Novice Production 1st McLean Guilar 221
2nd Jacob Orbe 314
3rd Dexter Bacabac 22
4th Omar Sabal 59
5th Jepoy Dela Rosa 23
Enduro King 1st Niel Lim 14
2nd Jerry Beech 7
3rd Nick de Chavez 143
4th Lester Lara 69
5th Ryan Magalona 81
Lights Production 1st Glenn Aguilar 7
2nd JC Rellosa 23
3rd Noynoy Rellosa 41
4th Winsor Pamora 118
5th Macmac Desbaro 26
Open Underbone 1st Jonjon Mercado 133
2nd Jerry Beech 236
3rd Allen Perez 203
4th Frank Delson Janolino 36
5th Nole Paredes 2
Mini 1st McLean Aguilar 259
2nd TJ Alberto 7
3rd Francis Kim Luna 14
4th Gerald Dinglasan 21
Executive 1st Ramon Castillo 60
2nd Paulo Gonzales 179
3rd Atong Laurente 79
4th Bembie Atienza 54
5th Buboy Fernandez 101
Enduro Open 1st Niel Lim 14
2nd Lester Lara 69
3rd Marlon Cequeña 177
4th Randy Dayao 17
5th Eric Villanueva 148
Professional Open 1st Glenn Aguilar 7
2nd Noynoy Rellosa 25
3rd JC Rellosa 486
4th Macmac Desbaro 26
5th Winsor Pamora 118

Program Management
The Program Management of this event included officers and members of the Team “Ala Eh” Rosario, Batangas Riders Club and the Rosario Sports Center. The key people are Joolee Mendoza, Allan Andal and Edwin Braga with special participation of Racing Champion Glenn Aguilar.

Source of Fund
Other Maintenance and Operating Expenses - Special Projects (969-8-13) under the Office of the Municipal Mayor per 2012 Annual Budget based on 2012 Annual Investment Program (AIP) Special Projects (1000-1-11) Item 2. Conduct of Other Special Activities.

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  • Elderly Participation


  • Families







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  • Viewing Public








  • Advertisers




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  • Medical Team



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  • Photographers


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  • Traffic and Security

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1st Mayor's and Sangguniang Bayan Cup
Rosario Sports Center
Barangay Masaya, Rosario, Batangas

3 comments:

  1. Meron pa po ba talaga na fieldtrip sa mga schools,unibersidad, at kolehiyo? hindi po ba akala ko ay ipinagbawal na dahil dun sa nangyaring trahedya nun s Bulacan State University? bakit po Teodoro M. Luancing eh my fieldtrip pa rin ngayong feb. 2015? Hindi lang po yun,bakit din po sobrang mahal ng singil nila saming mga studyante? humihingi po kami ng tulong sa mga kinauukulan na sana po matulungan kami, dapat po hindi namin dito inilalapit,dapat daw po sa CHED, kaso mas maganda din po na alam ng aming mayor para maaksiyunan niya. Hindi lang po sa fieldtrip sila mataas sumingil,kahit po sa ibang mga contributions ganun din,sabi po ng iba eh my patong daw pag naniningil sila para sa school yung ibang pondo papasok. Di po ba mali yun, sa halip na makatulong sila sa mahihirap eh sila pa itong gahaman sa pera,hindi po kaya makarma sila at bumalik din sa kanila yung ginagawa nila? Sana po matugunan kami dito at matulungan sa aming hinaing,ang gusto lang po namin ay mag-aral at matuto kahit kapos po sa pera ay nagpipilit kami kahit pumasok pa kami na working student. maraming salamat po.

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  2. asan na po yung comment ko tungkol sa School namin na Teodoro M. Luancing? sinasala pa pala dito bago ipost ang comment..

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  3. nakikiusap po ako na sana aksiyunan niyo ang gagawing field trip ng school namin, gusto pa po nila eh yung sa malayo,sa baguio daw po ata,eh delikado po yun tsaka ang daaan eh ang gilid ay bangin. hndi naman po makakatulong samin ang field trip,mas gugustuhin pa po namin mgklase na lang. pano na lang po kung may mapahamak,wag naman sana..Isa pa po,ang mahal pa nila sumingil sa bayad s fieldtrip pati po sa intram namin my patong pa rin sila sa jersey namin,ano po ba klaseng school yan,sa halip na tulungan kami na mag-aaral na makatapos eh sila pa yung nagpapahirap samin sa mga gastusin. maraming salamat po.

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