By now the 2017 GenSan Tuna Festival is in full swing, and the city’s residents along with outside visitors and tourists are expected to be milling about to see and experience every sight and sound of the celebration. Taking into account the crowds that are sure to be drawn to the Tuna Fest proper and other related events, the local government is taking extraordinary measures to ensure the security of all important festival venues. They have done so by partnering with one of the most dependable names in Info and Communications Tech (ICT) distribution and systems integrator throughout the Philippines: Wireless Link.
One needs only to think of the crisis in Marawi City, still ongoing since way back in May, to understand the gravity and serious business of providing security for a prominent citywide festival such as the annual Tuna Fest. It is after all visited by both national and international tourists after all. The focal point of the festivities is the Oval Plaza, just behind the GenSan LGU complex. As part of the major sponsors of the week-long event, Wireless Link Technologies Inc. (WLT) is providing a cutting-edge CCTV surveillance system covering the Oval Plaza area, with no less than 24 high-definition security cameras positioned all throughout.
The festival area of the Oval Plaza in GenSan has a significant number of event sites for the 19th Tuna Fest. It has the main stage area, and a side road running right in front of it, as the location for all major ceremonies of the festival as well as musical presentations and a review area for parades and street dancing. On the Oval itself can be found the regular mini-carnival attraction, the festival flea market, and the rock bandstand plus beer venue sponsored by San Miguel Beer. Across from the second side road is the Oval’s covered court for other events and scheduled games. WLT has its cameras positioned strategically across all major vantage points of the Oval Plaza area, all monitored from the elevated security kiosk located just across from the stage.
Wireless Link’s vital contribution to the security efforts of GenSan’s local government was acknowledged along those of its many other fellow corporate and private sponsors last Friday, September 1 at the Tuna Festival Sponsors’ Night. This is a supreme honor for WLT, whose General Santos City branch, primarily serving the Mindanao area as a whole, was the second opened after only their main Manila offices, back in 2013. The 2017 Tuna Fest is undoubtedly much safer and therefore more enjoyable by all for their efforts and their top-quality ICT products.
You can check out their ICT offerings for yourself at Door No. 2 De Paseo Bldg., Aparente St., cor. Block 2, City Heights, General Santos City. You can also call them at (083) 554 3805 or 0917 8877391 / 0933 6216914. You may also email your inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org. They also have an official website at wireless-link.net, and their GenSan branch can also be found on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/WirelessLinkGENSAN.