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SILGON celebrates 10 years in publishing by inviting villa owners and clients on luxury Caribbean cruise

SILGON cruise MSC musica

SILGON cruise MSC musicaWe, SILGON, a modern media company based in Casa de Campo are about to embark on our 1st successful decade in publishing, and to start the celebrations we invited our clients, as well Casa de Campo villa owners on a 7-night luxury Caribbean cruise aboard the MSC Música. 

Rebecca Hughes, Philip SilvestriSILGON, founded in 2000 by Philip Silvestri as a web development company, expanded into publishing in 2005 with the premier issue of CasaLife Magazine. Since then, SILGON has developed a strong portfolio of media products including this website, Casa de Campo Living (www.casadecampoliving.com) Casa de Campo’s daily source of news and events; The Weekly, email newsletter by Casa de Campo Living; TODO Casa de Campo, magazine-guide for the Casa de Campo resort; INMORTALES, the official publication of the Latino Baseball Hall of Fame; and TODO La Romana – Bayahibe, guide to the La Romana – Bayahibe area.

“While we have an entire year of celebrations to look forward to, we thought we’d start by offering a nice Caribbean cruise,” said Philip Silvestri, founder and CEO of SILGON.

The invite was sent out exclusively to SILGON clients, as well as to Casa de Campo villa owners subscribed to The Weekly, the email newsletter SILGON sends out every Monday morning with all the latest news and events. [If you don’t get The Weekly, please click here to sign up now.]

SILGON cruise MSC musica Ronny Duluc

More than 50 Casa de Campo villa owners and clients took up the generous offer, and set sail last night, Sunday December the 21st from the Casa de Campo – La Romana Port on the MSC Música.

Renata SoneWelcoming the group on board was Rebecca Hughes, editor at SILGON, who was joined by Philip Silvestri, founder and CEO. Among the group were a varied cross-section of the Casa de Campo community, including a lively group of Italians, Ronny Duluc and his entire family of more than 20, Headmaster of the Abraham Lincoln School, Harry Magee, and former Miss Dominican Republic and runner-up of Miss Universe, Renata Soñe.

Bon Voyage! We, SILGON, are planning many more celebrations over the next year, so to make sure you get invited, please click here now to update your contact information and sign up to get The Weekly. 

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