Watch. Panaad sa Negros Festival Launching
Governor Bong Lacson, Vice Gov Jeffrey Ferrer, SP Members, Provincial Administrator Atty. Rayfrando Diaz, and Panaad Festival Director Cheryl Decena, reveal the new panaad logo at the official launching of the Panaad sa Negros 2023.
The Sun, The Sugarcane, The Carabao, The Train (Iron Dinosaur), The Capitol
The SUN is an ever-present reminder of hope, —- that every day offers an opportunity to start anew, to explore new possibilities.
The SUGARCANE. With our vast sugarcane fields, Negros Occidental is the Sugar Bowl of the Philippines.The story of Negros Occidental can never be told without sugar. Even in harsh weather conditions, the sugarcane endures. Thus, symbolic of our resilience and our ability to thrive in the face of adversity.
The CARABAO The mighty carabao is the symbol of strength, power, perseverance, and hard work — traits worthy of emulation.
The TRAIN, known as the Iron Dinosaur of Negros Occidental,was instrumental in the growth of our lumber and sugar industries in the past. It represents efficiency and progress.
The CAPITOL, more than just a grand structure that reflected the prominence of the province during the boom of the sugar industry, is the seat and symbol of leadership of Negros Occidental. This bastion stands to protect and ensure the security, welfare, and well-being of every Negrense. At present, our provincial officials, under the leadership of Governor Bong Lacson and Vice Governor Jeffrey Ferrer, are not only capable, but are ready of sharing, in full measure, the hard work, dedication, and probity that government service demands.
THIS YEAR’S LOGO, WITH ALL ITS ELEMENTS, IS THE EMBODIMENT OF OUR COLLECTIVE ASPIRATIONS AND HOPE, AS WE EMBRACE THE RENEWED PROMISE OF A NEW BEGINNING.