Pattaya businessmen Niels Colov (Left) and Drew Noyes (Right) touch gloves in front of the likeness of local favorite WBC Welterweight champ Manny Pacquiao (Center) before watching the Pay Per View fight with 500 other boxing enthusiast at the Holiday Inn, Angeles City, Philippines.
Pattaya businessmen visit Angeles City, Philippines to help join the two cities together and increase business. However, former "News of the World" tabloid newspaper journalist and one-man blogger Andrew Drummond falsely reported the Pattaya businessmen which included Niels Colov and Drew Noyes had gone to Angeles City Philippines for sex. Andrew Drummond knows all to well if guys want sex they can stay in Thailand. In reality, the Pattaya businessmen went to represent Pattaya City and to look for new opportunities to expand their businesses in the Philippines as the ASEAN Community will form in 2015 and includes both Thailand and the Philippines as community members.
Pattaya businessmen Drew Noyes and Niels Colov - who both ran the first Expat Clubs in Thailand and each own several successful businesses employing many Thais - went with a full crew of Pattaya People Media Group reporters, presenters and video cameraman to document meeting foreign businessmen to Angeles City, Philippines who are successful in real estate development in both Pattaya and Angeles City like John Seymour of NT Realty Asia. The also visited the owner of Tequila Reef with restaurants in both cities.
Niels Colov of Pattaya People Media Group and Drew Noyes of PAPPA Co., Ltd. Law Offices also met with the people in charge of Clark Air Force base redevelopment (Clarke Development Corporation) which now has a new shopping mall and international flights direct from Bangkok to Angeles City. CDC is looking for foreign investors and successful businessmen based in South East Asia to open new businesses.
Also, the new Angeles Media Group was formed by Mr. Colov. Angeles City has the same reputation and Pattaya had in the past and still has to some degree today so the idea was formed to make Angeles City a Sister City with Pattaya.
Now with Pattaya's sports, spas, massive retail centers, family entertainment, multiple tourist attraction and great island excursions Pattaya wants to hold out a hand of friendship and offer Angeles City to become a Sister City of Pattaya. Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplume has already signed a letter of interest which was answered affirmatively by the Mayor of Angeles City and the Pattaya businessmen were in Angeles to strengthen that relationship.
People like Andrew Drummond seem determined to find the worst in everyone in Thailand. Drummond focuses on sex tourism in Thailand in many of his blog postings, yet he himself is known by many to frequent bars and pay for the company of young ladies and......well let's leave it at that. As more successful foreign businessmen are known people learning about Thailand and the Philippines will stop reading the false and defaming negative reports spewed by detractors like Andrew Michael Drummond, 60, from England.
More to come on Drummond, Angeles City as Pattaya's Sister City and business opportunities in both Pattaya and Angeles City.
The point is people like Andrew Drummond spread lies and false reports, make up interviews and generally are just bad. People who work to make Pattaya and other cities better places to live and visit like Drew Noyes and Niels Colov continue their good work in spite of detractors like Drummond.
As Drummond's credibility lessens as he has already been found criminally guilty of lying and posting false statements about Pattaya businessmen and has lost at least one civil suit already and was again found guilty of false reporting and defaming two Pattaya businessmen.
Please see http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/story.asp?storycode=24950 and
for more details on Andrew Drummond's prior criminal convictions in Thailand for posting false reports of Pattaya businessmen and defaming them.
In Pattaya as well as Angeles City the championship fight was the talk of the town amongst boxing enthusiasts was the third fight between "Manny" Pacquiao of the Philippines against Mexican challenger Juan Manuel Marquez in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The welterweights had fought each other twice before. One prior fight ended in a draw and the last fight ended in a split decision with Manny winning by only one point. The third fight also ended without a clear winner in many people's minds as Manny retained the title.
The 140 pound welter weight Pacquiao was introduced by the ring announcer as "Pound for pound the greatest boxer in the world today."
Niels Colov, Drew Noyes and many of their friends joined Filipinos and other US, British and European businessmen to see the live, WBO welterweight boxing title fight between Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao and Mexican challenger Juan Manuel Marquez on Sunday, November 13, in a large multiscreen room at the Holiday Inn in Angeles City, Philippines, via live satellite.
Among the attendees watching the title fight in the champion's home country were John Seymour and Tim Bunker, Partners of NT Realty Asia Co., Ltd. with offices in Pattaya and Angeles City and local Pattaya businessmen Niels Colov of the Pattaya People Media Group and Drew Noyes of PAPPA Law Office.
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