June-August 2011 Photography Seminars by Jo Avila

Want to learn more about photography? Check out Jo Avila‘s schedule of Photography Seminars to enhance your skills in photography.

FAST FOOD BASICS (PART III) 26 JUNE 2011

Learn the basics of food styling and photographing milkshakes, brewed coffee, cappuccino, halo-halo, beer and soda.

The seminar will be held on 26 June 2011 from 8am-12nn.

Pixie Sevilla will conduct a lecture and demo of food styling techniques. Those attending the seminar may participate in the demo.

A hands on photo session will follow that will allow teach participants the basics of food photography.

The seminar fee is P5,000/participant.

A 50% downpayment (non-refundable) will be required to secure a reservation.

There are only ten (10) slots available.

JUNE-JULY 2011 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR (SATURDAY SESSIONS)

June 11 – Basic Theories and Principles of Photography
June 18 – Composition Techniques
June 25 – Basic Studio Lighting & Flash Photography
July 2 – Basic Post Processing
July 9 – Basic Color Management and Guerrilla Shooting Techniques

All sessions shall be from 2pm-5pm.

There are only twenty (20) slots available.

The seminar fee of P6,000.00/participant is the total fee for all five sessions. All participants will receive handouts and a certificate of attendance.

JUNE 2011 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR (WEEKNIGHT SESSIONS)

June 7 – Basic Theories and Principles of Photography
June 9 – Composition Techniques
June 14 – Basic Studio Lighting & Flash Photography
June 16 – Basic Post Processing
June 21 – Basic Color Management and Guerrilla Shooting Techniques

All sessions shall be from 630pm-930pm.

There are only twenty (20) slots available.

The seminar fee of P5,000/participant is the total fee for all five sessions. All participants will receive handouts and a certificate of attendance.

JULY 3 & 10, 2011 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR (SPECIAL SESSIONS)

There will be a two-day photography seminar on July 3 & 10, 2011. Topics to be discussed include Basic Photography Theories and Principles, Composition, Basic Studio Lighting and Flash Photography, Basic Post Processing and Basic Color Management and Inkjet Printing.

The schedule of topics to be discussed is as follows:

July 3 (8am-5pm) – Basic Theories & Principles of Photography, Composition, Basic Studio Lighting and Flash Photography.

July 10 (8am-5pm) – Basic Post Processing, Basic Color Management & Inkjet Printing and Guerrilla Shooting Techniques.

The seminar fee of P5,500/participant is inclusive of handouts, snacks, lunch and a certificate of attendance.

There are only twenty (20) slots available.

A 50% downpayment (non-refundable) will be required to secure a reservation.

JULY 2011 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR (WEEKNIGHT SESSIONS)

July 5 – Basic Theories and Principles of Photography
July 7 – Composition Techniques
July 12 – Basic Studio Lighting & Flash Photography
July 21 – Basic Post Processing
July 26 – Basic Color Management and Guerrilla Shooting Techniques

All sessions shall be from 630pm-930pm.

There are only twenty (20) slots available.

The seminar fee of P5,000/participant is the total fee for all five sessions. All participants will receive handouts and a certificate of attendance.

JULY-AUGUST 2011 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR (SATURDAY SESSIONS)

July 30 – Basic Theories and Principles of Photography
August 6 – Composition Techniques
August 13 – Basic Studio Lighting & Flash Photography
August 20 – Basic Post Processing
August 27 – Basic Color Management and Guerrilla Shooting Techniques

All sessions shall be from 2pm-5pm.

There are only twenty (20) slots available.

The seminar fee of P6,000.00/participant is the total fee for all five sessions. All participants will receive handouts and a certificate of attendance.

You may register by sending an email to pinakamagalingako@gmail.com.
To see more details on Jo Avila’s photography seminars, visit his website at www.joavila.com.
Also, kindly make sure to read the FAQ and Terms & Conditions section of Jo Avila’s website when enrolling to his classes.

Enjoy and hope to see great pictures from upcoming rising photographers! ^_^

BPI Real Thrills May-July 2011

As we all know, BPI are giving away freebies for loyal customers like me. After the treats last Feb-May 2011, here’s the new treat for May 21-July 31, 2011. Thanks to Jenny of Palengke Queen for updating me and my readers as well.

image source: delivery hotlines

BPI is now partnered with Chowking for a free meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) when you get to purchase Php 2,000, Php 5,000 and Php 10,000 using your BPI Credit cards. Well, compared with other promos of BPI, this one requires a bit higher amount to purchase before you can enjoy Chowking meals.

Amount: At least Php 2, 000

Breakfast:
Longaniza or Beef Tapa garlic rice

Merienda:
Chicken Mami merienda size with 2-pc siomai (Pork/Beef)
Pancit Canton merienda size
Halo-Halo with 1 scoop of ice cream

Lunch/Dinner:
Pork Chao Fan with 2-pc Siomai (Pork/Beef) or 2-pc Lumpiang Shanghai
Chorizo Chao Fan with 2-pc Siomai (Pork/Beef) or 2-pc Lumpiang Shanghai
1-pc Chinese Style Fried Chicken

Amount: At least Php 5, 000

Breakfast:
King’s Special garlic rice w/ 2-pc siomai (Pork/Beef) & Halo-halo Funsize
Boneless Bangus w/ rice, 2-pc siomai (Pork/Beef) & Halo-halo Funsize
2 orders of Longaniza w/ garlic rice, and 2-pc siomai (Pork/Beef)

Merienda:
Pancit Canton, Halo-halo Large w/ 1 scoop ice cream
Emperor’s Beef Mami, Asado Siopao Large; 2-pc siomai (Pork/Beef)

Lunch/Dinner:
Any lauriat meal with regular Halo-halo

Amount: At least Php 10,000

Breakfast:
3 orders of King’s Special with garlic rice
3 orders Longaniza & rice and 3 Asado Siopao Large, 3 orders of 3-pc siomai (Pork/Beef)

Merienda:
Pancit Canton platter Small w/ 3 Asado Siopao Merienda and 6-pc siomai (Pork/Beef)
3 Wanton/Chicken Mami, 3 Asadp Siopao Merienda and 6-pc siomai (Pork/Beef)
3 large Halo-halo with 1 scoop ice cream

Lunch/Dinner:
3 Lauriat meals (any combination of Orange Chicken, Breaded Pork or Breaded Fish)
6-pc Chinese style fried chicken w/ family plain rice

Redemption of Chowking meals is until 29 September 2011.

Sources:
PalengkeQueen
Noelizm

Check the BPI Real Thrills for August-November 2011 here.

Think Twice, The Smartest Choice!

I’ve always been frugal in anything because I believe that you can get great stuff without spending too much. Ever since I earned my own money, I always see to it that what I buy is worth every peso.

Yakimix MOA

When I want to eat out, I check for resto’s reviews online. There are many establishments around the metro that offers quality food and services that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.

gadget

When I want to buy a gadget, I take note of the specifications I want. A lot of gadgets nowadays are equipped with many things even if you don’t need them and what happens is that you pay for something you don’t really use. It can be stressful at times but you can always check on the internet for you to make the right choice and buy things that are bang for the buck.

Multiply Sites

When I want to shop for clothes, I check online stores or bazaars. Many of the budding entrepreneurs invest in online stores and bazaars first to test their merchandise with the people. This way, they can save on expensive rental and other overhead cost which makes their items cheaper. Also you would be surprised with the variety and quality of clothes that you can find in these online stores and “tiangges”. So now you can dress-up more for less. ;)

credits from Regina Viajera (http://rejinaviajera.wordpress.com)

When I want to travel, I wait for promo fares. These days, airlines such as CebuPacific, ZestAir and AirPhilExpress offers promo fares from time to time. Even Philippine Airlines already have “Fiesta Class” that has low fares. You can wait for the promo fares before booking your next flight to your dream destination. You can really save a lot of money!

Aside from these, there’s also another aspect in every woman’s life that we should take into consideration – our everyday feminine hygiene care.

Charmee Breathable Pantyliner

Recently, Charmee launched its campaign that encourages women to think twice and make a smart choice especially when it comes to choosing the right brand of pantyliner. I was ecstatic when I discovered Charmee’s Breathable Pantyliners. It’s a smart choice for me since Charmee has the same benefits yet more affordable than other competing brands. It has soft cotton cover and breathable backsheet that allows air to circulate keeping you clean and fresh all day at only PhP1.15 per liner. Definitely a great deal, right?

Charmee Breathable

So, when I want to buy a pantyliner, I choose Charmee! With Charmee, you get better value for your money compared with other brands. Always think twice and make a smart choice for yourself too. Think Charmee!

Charmee Breathable Pantyliner is available in three variants, Unscented (this is what I personally use), Lavender, and Deodorizing Green Tea.

To know more visit Charmee accounts online:

Charmee Website

Charmee Facebook Page

Twitter Page

Charmee YouTube Account

 

* This is a paid advertisement *

The Wedding Seminar – Basic Course

A month ago, I attended a wedding seminar by the Philippine Association of Wedding Planners (PAWP). At the start of the year 2011, I’m really looking for something I like to do and learn from the experts.

I always plan for events in the family, with friends, in school and even for the company. I know it’s stressful but I like what I’m doing. I have this feeling of self fulfillment after the event. Most often than not, it turns out pretty good for someone who is not professionally doing it.

I stumbled upon PAWP’s advertisement about wedding seminar’s basic course thru Ms. Jody Liwanag of Events Experts. I emailed her and asked if I can be part of her team. She then replied to me that there’s a basic course for beginners like me. I was excited and was willing to pay at once without hesitation since I can get the early bird promo for that course. However, due to work, I didn’t register for early bird since there was a plan that I’ll be having a business trip that time. However, the business trip was cancelled and so I contacted PAWP again and thankfully Ms. Paulette Tan of Demoiselle Events Management entertained my inquiry and so I was booked!

01 entrance

It happened last April 2-3, 2011 in Edsa Shangrila Hotel in Mandaluyong. The call time was 8:30am so I was there as early as 8:00am (di naman msyadong excited). I stayed in the lobby for a while and waited for 8:30am before going to Mactan Ballroom. When it’s finally time, I registered and entered the ballroom. There were already participants earlier than me. I should have been there earlier to bond and make friends. Plus, there was free breakfast care of Edsa Shang! (gusto ko kse talaga ng mga hotels, feeling prinsesa pag andun so I get excited everytime I go to hotels and best if I get to stay there for a night or so)

02 entrance

credits to events & concepts by voltaire zalamea

03 participants

participants of the seminar

When I sat on the chair provided for me, I was happy since I was in the middle! On the table is a basic course manual (a big binder of notes!) that says “Wedding Planning and Coordination Seminar, Learn it from the Professionals (Basic Course)“.

04 my place

Seeing that binder made me smile. I thought, the money I spent is all worth it. (sorry ang babaw ko! Hahaha. Kse naman, parang yun pa lang panalo na!) I placed my things and just checked the displays in the ballroom and also got something to eat. =)

05 display

photographer suppliers

06 display

gown suppliers

07 bfast

breakfast for that day

At the back of the seminar table was a long table for the PAWP organizers.

08 pawp

PAWP Members (L-R: Jody Liwanag, Marex Gaba, Bylna Aradji and Liza Alviedo)

By 9:00, we started the seminar. Like the usual seminars, it started with the opening remarks by PAWP President Ms. Nenita Zagala of Celebrations Event Specialists , getting to know or introduction and the moving on the topics/activities listed in the Manual.

On the morning of the first day, we tackled about the basic things we should know if we want to venture to this kind of business. I was thinking of venturing and changing from IT career to this but I’m still hesitant since I don’t have any professional experience yet. During the introduction, I learned that I was the ONLY one who doesn’t have any experience of planning or organizing an actual event like weddings and debuts. Then Ms. Liza Alviedo of Kasalan Coordination Services encourages me to follow my heart and try if I have a niche in this kind of business. She was also a programmer like me in Fujitsu WeServ before she became an organizer professionally. I was inspired but still scared and hesitant.

09 lunch

credits to events & concepts by voltaire zalamea

By noon, we had our lunch break in Lubang Ballroom next to Mactan Ballroom. When we entered… it was awesome!!! hahaha. :)

10 lunch area

Snowflakes inspired Reception Venue

They literally made it like we went to a reception after a wedding! We all kept on saying “wow”, “cool”, etc. It was elegant! The centerpiece for each table is different to showcase the suppliers who sponsored the seminar as well as the cakes and photo galleries.

11 centerpiece1 12 centerpiece2

13 centerpiece

14 cakes

15 cakes

After lunch time, we went back to Mactan ballroom to continue with the seminar. In the afternoon we tackled how to plan a wedding, checklists and activities done before the actual day of the wedding. We also talked about the reception details as well as the wedding invitations. A representative of Edsa Shangrila also talked about their packages and advantages why it is better to have the reception in a hotel. (infairness, maganda naman nga talaga sa hotel pero kse mahal talaga. well, you get what you pay for.) We also had merienda in between and then Q&A after.

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Representative from Edsa Shangrila Hotel

17 merienda

merienda time

18 Q&A

Q&A portion by Paulette Tan, Bylna Aradji & Nenita Zagala

We wrapped up the day after the Q&A forum and they gave us reminders for the next day’s activities.

The next day, I went to St. Francis Church nearest to Edsa Shang and heard mass before the 2nd day’s activities.

On our second day, same as the first day, we again had our breakfast in the ballroom and started the activities at 9:00am. The topics for that day includes coordinator’s duties during the ceremony as well as in the reception. We also had our troubleshooting workshop where we were grouped together and was given a scenario and check what we’re going to do on times like that. It was pretty hard and you need to work as a team to be able to know what’s the best solution for the problem. Good thing everybody’s cooperating and everything went out fine.

By lunch time, again we went to Lubang ballroom.

19 lunch

Salad Bar for Lunch

20 lunch

Buffet Lunch

After lunch, PAWP talked about Chinese and Filipino Wedding traditions and superstitions. It was then I realized it’s hard to organize a Chinese wedding. It is an advantage if you’re a Chinese if you want to coordinate a Chinese Couple on their Big Day. After that was something colorful, that is Wedding Trends by Ms. Bangs Zaldivar of 1 Zaldivar Events. Here we saw the latest trends in Weddings and we were in awe! There were new suppliers that offers their unique services that will definitely make your Big Day a one of a kind experience.

21 art

Frame UP at http://frameup.com.ph

22 art2

The Lucky Dog Studio at http://www.theluckydogstudio.com.ph

23 art3

Baicapture Photobooth

It was truly a fruitful and learning experience for everyone. I am so grateful to be part of the seminar since I not only learned A LOT from them but also gained new friends. I am excited on what will unfold in the future. We got our certificates after the event and took a group photo afterwards. Also, we got some freebies and suppliers list as well as samples and portfolios of the known suppliers. It was one productive weekend for me and for them too for sure!

24 graduates

The Graduates

25 with pawp

The Graduates with PAWP Members

26 all

Seminar Participants

Here’s another set of photos care of Baicapture Photobooth.

27 Baicapture

28 Baicapture

29 Baicapture

 

I am now trying to learn about this industry and gaining experience thru actual weddings and debuts. I now have 3 clients who trusted my skills even if I don’t have any testimony from anyone yet. Since I’m new, I don’t charge them for my service. Hopefully after my 5th client, I would be able to earn something from this.

UPDATE: I got a number of clients already.. those few who trust my skills. Thanks a Lot! ^_^

 

Philippine Association of Wedding Planners (PAWP)
c/o Ms. Liza Alviedo
Unit D, Lower Level, LPL Towers
112 Legaspi St, Legaspi Vill. Makati City
Contact number: 0932-487-3028 (c/o Paulette Dimaano – current Association Secretary)
Emailpawp2004@yahoo.cominquiry@philippineweddingplanners.org

Jo Avila Photography Seminar for April – June 2011

As you’ve noticed I’ve been posting the schedules for Mr. Jo Avila’s Photography Seminar. I just want to be clear that I was the one who freely posted this ad in my blog since I’m on his mailing list for the schedule updates for his Photography Seminar.

Image from Mr. Jo Avila

Image by Mr. Jo Avila

I just want to share this schedule for those who are interested to join the Photography seminar of Mr. Jo Avila.

All seminar schedules will be held at Unit 114, Gold Building, 15 Annapolis st., Greenhills, SJ.

You may register by sending him an email to pinakamagalingako@gmail.com

You may view info about his photography seminars at www.joavila.com

Please take time to read the FAQ and Terms & Conditions sections of his website.

APRIL-MAY 2011 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR (SATURDAY SESSIONS)

April 30 – Basic Theories and Principles of Photography
May 7 – Composition Techniques
May 14 – Basic Studio Lighting & Flash Photography
May 21 – Basic Post Processing
May 28 – Basic Color Management and Guerrilla Shooting Techniques

All sessions shall be from 2pm-5pm.

There are only twenty (20) slots available.

The seminar fee of P6,000.00/participant is the total fee for all five sessions. All participants will receive handouts and a certificate of attendance.

MAY 8 & 15, 2011 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR (SPECIAL SESSIONS)

There will be a two-day photography seminar on May 8 & 15, 2011. Topics to be discussed include Basic Photography Theories and Principles, Composition, Basic Studio Lighting and Flash Photography, Basic Post Processing and Basic Color Management and Inkjet Printing.

The schedule of topics to be discussed is as follows:

May 8 (8am-5pm) – Basic Theories & Principles of Photography, Composition, Basic Studio Lighting and Flash Photography.

May 15 (8am-5pm) – Basic Post Processing, Basic Color Management & Inkjet Printing and Guerrilla Shooting Techniques.

The seminar fee of P5,500/participant is inclusive of handouts, snacks, lunch and a certificate of attendance.

There are only twenty (20) slots available.

A 50% downpayment (non-refundable) will be required to secure a reservation.

MAY 2011 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR (WEEKNIGHT SESSIONS)

May 10 – Basic Theories and Principles of Photography
May 12 – Composition Techniques
May 17 – Basic Studio Lighting & Flash Photography
May 19 – Basic Post Processing
May 24 – Basic Color Management and Guerrilla Shooting Techniques

All sessions shall be from 630pm-930pm.

There are only twenty (20) slots available.

The seminar fee of P5,000/participant is the total fee for all five sessions. All participants will receive handouts and a certificate of attendance.

FAST FOOD BASICS (PART II) MAY 29, 2011

Learn the basics of food styling and photographing deli sandwiches, hamburgers, pizza and pancakes.

Pixie Sevilla will conduct a lecture and demo of food styling techniques. Those attending the seminar may participate in the demo.

A hands on photo session will follow that will allow teach participants the basics of food photography.

The seminar fee is P5,000/participant.

A 50% downpayment (non-refundable) will be required to secure a reservation.

There are only ten (10) slots available.

JUNE-JULY 2011 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR (SATURDAY SESSIONS)

June 11 – Basic Theories and Principles of Photography
June 18 – Composition Techniques
June 25 – Basic Studio Lighting & Flash Photography
July 2 – Basic Post Processing
July 9 – Basic Color Management and Guerrilla Shooting Techniques

All sessions shall be from 2pm-5pm.

There are only twenty (20) slots available.

The seminar fee of P6,000.00/participant is the total fee for all five sessions. All participants will receive handouts and a certificate of attendance.

JUNE 2011 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR (WEEKNIGHT SESSIONS)

June 7 – Basic Theories and Principles of Photography
June 9 – Composition Techniques
June 14 – Basic Studio Lighting & Flash Photography
June 16 – Basic Post Processing
June 21 – Basic Color Management and Guerrilla Shooting Techniques

All sessions shall be from 630pm-930pm.

There are only twenty (20) slots available.

The seminar fee of P5,000/participant is the total fee for all five sessions. All participants will receive handouts and a certificate of attendance.

My New Wall – Eiffel Tower

If you personally know me, you know that I like artistic and colorful stuff. Although I’m often stingy, I can also be a ‘kikay‘ sometimes especially if that means I can enhance or beautify something.

Well, all I wanted to share is my new wall! I placed this after our staircase. So every time I go up to my room, this will be the first thing you’ll see. My own Eiffel Tower! Hahaha!

Eiffel Tower Wall Sticker

Eiffel Tower Wall Sticker

It was hard to place the sticker at first because it’s a bit big but after you’re done sticking it on the wall, you’ll definitely love it. I love Paris! I hope I can go back there in the future. I first went there last August 2005 after the 20th World Youth Day celebration in Cologne, Germany. It was indeed a wonderful experience.

 

Eiffel Tower

at the bottom of Eiffel Tower, Paris, France

I have a number of stickers with me, if you want to buy some you can visit my SHOP page. Just leave a message in my contact page for inquiries. It’s just limited so hurry while supplies last.

If you want other designs, you can visit Nu Dekor’s Multiply Site.

BPI Real Thrills Feb-May 2011

I’m a BPI Credit Card holder and I’m always at the look out for the BPI Real Thrills. However, I lost track these past few months. Luckily, I was able to find what BPI Credit Card has in store for me this month.

After abusing Jollibee with my charge slips, they now have 3 stores where I can claim BPI Treats.

I think you can use EPS too for this promo and even purchases abroad. You just have to get a copy of your receipt and charge slip wait for your bill before claiming your free items. You need your bill as proof that you’ve purchased the minimum amount required.

So here are the participating stores:

PIZZA HUT, DAIRY QUEEN and TACO BELL

Promo Period: February 8 – May 7, 2011 (Redemption is until July 6, 2011 July 19, 2011)

Amount: At least Php 1,500 (single receipt)

PIZZA HUT
– 1 Caesar Salad or 1 Personal Pan Pizza

DAIRY QUEEN
– 2 Dilly Bars or 2 DQ Sandwiches

TACO BELL
– Any 2 Affordabelles

Amount: At least Php 5,000 (single receipt)

PIZZA HUT
– 1 Regular Supreme Pizza

DAIRY QUEEN
– 3 Sundaes or 3 12oz Shake or 2 9oz Regular Blizzard

TACO BELL
– Ang 5 Affordabelles

Amount: At least Php 10,000 (single receipt)

PIZZA HUT
– 1 Famiy Supreme Stuffed Crust Pizza or 1 Family Supreme Pan Pizza

DAIRY QUEEN
– 3 Dilly Bars or 3 DQ Sandwhiches & 3 9oz Regular Blizzard
– 4 Dilly Bars or 4 DQ Sandwhiches & 4 12oz Shakes
– 4 Dilly Bars or 4 DQ Sandwhiches & 4 Sundaes

TACO BELL
– Ang 3 Fiesta Platters

Enjoy Shopping! ^_^

To know more about this, you can visit BPI Magazine.

Check the BPI Real Thrills for May-July 2011 here.

FAST…FEED 2011: HAPAG-ASA

“Is it not the fast that I choose: to share your bread with the hungry, and bring the homeless poor into your house; give clothes to those who have nothing to wear?… When you pray, He will answer you. When you call the Lord, He will respond” – Isaiah 58:6-7,9

Yesterday was Ash Wednesday that marks the start of the Lenten Season. When I went to St. Francis of Assisi Parish Church, I saw a little poster near the Pondo ng Pinoy box and a logo that says “Hapag-Asa“.

hapag-asa

Luckily, when I arrived, the Parish priest was talking about it in the Homily. It’s the Catholic Church’s call to all who fast to share the savings they got from fasting. Since Lenten season means prayer, fasting and sharing (charity), it is the best time to exercise these actions.

Their call is to Feed a Hungry Child. I’m confused with the 2nd tag line means “It only takes a P10 a day or P1,200 for 6months!”. Does this mean we need to donate P1200? or should we donate whatever amount until 6 months? Errr.. Or simply it means that we give 1,200 to charity since it will only sum up giving only P10 per day just for 6 months?

Whatever it is, we Christians are called to answer this call from them. It was a joint partner with Pondo ng Pinoy, Assisi Development Foundation, Feed the Children Philippines institutions to help mitigate the malnutrition problem in the Philippines.

Let’s all share the blessings we have to the less fortunate ones and together we can help solve one of the problems we encounter not just in our country but in the whole world which is Malnutrition.

There are envelopes in all parishes of the participating dioceses for your donations or you can simple transfer or deposit your donations thru Metrobank, BDO, BPI, China Banking Corp and Security Banks.

You can also donate simply thru Globe postpaid/prepaid load:
Simple text FAC and send to 2899.
Ex: FAC 100
Amounts are P5, P15, P25, P50 and P100.

You can also donate via Globe G-Cash:
Text DONATEAMOUNT4-digit PinPONDONG PINOY and send to 2882.
Ex: DONATE 50 9999 PONDONG PINOY

To know more about the Fast..Feed 2011 program, visit the official site of Hapag-Asa.
Or call HAPAG-ASA 632-1001 to 03.

For inquiries, please contact:
HAPAG-ASA Secretariat
5th Flr Unit 503 Prestige Tower, F.Ortigas Jr. Rd., Ortigas Center, 1605 Pasig City
Tel: (02)6321001 to 03
Fax: (02) 6327844
Email: hapagasa@gmail.com
Website: http://www.hapag-asa.com

BPI E.P.S Promo: Jollibee Thrills

I haven’t got any news regarding BPI Credit Card’s newest promo. However, I saw an advertisement in C5 regarding their newest promo for BPI, BPI Family Savings Bank and BPI Direct cardholders.

I got this promo mechanics from their website: Jollibee Real Thrills Promo Mechanics

Promo Mechanics

Promo period is from August 8 to November 5, 2010.

Cardholder should use his BPI Express Teller via Express Payment System (E.P.S.) within the promo period for a minimum single purchase transaction of P2000, P4000 or P8000 at any merchant to qualify for redemption of the free Jollibee food items.

Cardholder can redeem the featured food items at any Jollibee outlet nationwide. The redemption is valid for dine-in and take-out only. Redemption is not allowed for drive-thru orders.

The free Jollibee food items are the following:
For a minimum single transaction of P2,000 : Jolly Hotdog Classic and Jolly Crunchy Twirl
For a minimum single transaction of P4,0002 sets of 2-piece Burger Steak with Rice
For a minimum single transaction of P8,0003 Regular Yum, 3 Jolly Spaghetti and 3 Chocolate Sundaes

To redeem the free Jollibee food items, cardholder must present for verification the original transaction slip (minimum single transaction of P2000, P4000 or P8000) and the BPI Express Teller card used for the transaction to any authorized Jollibee personnel. Transaction date on the transaction slip should be within the promo period.

Cardholder must print name (as shown on the card) at the back of the transaction slip and surrender to the authorized Jollibee personnel before release of the free food items.

Only one (1) free food item can be redeemed per transaction slip. A customer is allowed up to three (3) redemptions per day per store only.

A single purchase transaction requires only one approval. Splitting into smaller transaction sizes and consequently requiring multiple transaction approvals will not be allowed.

The free Jollibee food item cannot be exchanged for cash, other products or discounts.

Redemption period is until January 4, 2011.