Liza Soberano took on the Technomarine ‘What’s in the box’ challenge and proved she was incredibly down-to-earth and could be just like any person.
This young celebrity with her several box-office hits and legions of fans, gamely faced creepy crawlies and other freaky items without any qualms and hesitation. She showed everyone that she was such a sport who was willing to leave her comfort zone with a smile.
Her endearing personality and lack of airs made fans love her even more.
Design Center of the Philippines recently received a merit award in the Communications Management Division – Community Relations Category at the highly-prestigious 16th Philippine Quill Awards.
Through the ASEAN Creative Cities Forum and Exhibition, Design Center was honored for its ability to galvanize the creative community not just in the Philippines but also in other ASEAN countries. This event inspired the City of Baguio to become the first UNESCO Creative City in the Philippines and one of the only five creative cities in the ASEAN region.
The Red Charity Gala, the country’s most awaited annual fashion affair for a cause, celebrates a milestone this year, its 10th anniversary on October 27, 2018 at the Grand Ballroom of the Marriot Hotel Manila.
The inimitable Rajo Laurel will be the designer in focus.
Society figures Tessa Prieto–Valdes and Kaye Tinga, Red Charity Gala’s founders, have been unwavering and tirelessly committed to championing the best in Filipino creative talents in fashion, while supporting the Philippine Red Cross and the Assumption High School Batch 1981 Foundation, since they held the first event in 2009.
This year, the Red Charity Gala is partnering with BENCH and Marriott Manila, as main presenter and co-presenter, respectively, for what may yet be its most unforgettable night yet.
Uratex, the country’s leading sleep specialist, partners with philanthropists and society personalities Tessa Prieto-Valdes and Kaye Tinga for the company’s ongoing CSR campaign, Project 50, which aims to provide a total of 2,500 mattresses to 50 public hospitals and nursing homes nationwide.
Investing in an upscale residential development invokes careful planning and decision making. It may be the first big venture for the family, so there are many crucial things to consider.
Paolo Cayton and Elsandra Neri Dagondon-Cayton, a young, successful couple with a growing family, thought things over when they were choosing their own home. After judicious research and comparison of various development projects, the many superior qualities of The Enclave Alabang by luxury real estate brand Filigree easily met their criteria. They are now among the proud and satisfied property owners at The Enclave Alabang.
The Enclave Alabang by Filigree has an unrivaled upmarket location along primary Daang Hari Road.
The Enclave Alabang is in an unrivaled upmarket location along the primary Daang Hari Road, allowing for ease of access via major thoroughfares like the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX), Skyway, and the Muntinlupa-Cavite Expressway or MCX, was the winning feature for the couple.
James Deakin is a man who wears many hats. Who doesn’t recognize him? He’s a TV anchor, event host, motoring advocate, blogger, and social media personality. But with his multifaceted persona and the hectic schedule that he keeps, it’s his being a family man, a loving husband and father to three kids, two boys and a girl, that he values the most. It is no wonder then that Technomarine chose to honor James, a truly exemplary dad, this Father’s Day.
“Time, it’s the most precious commodity,” Deakin relates when asked about the biggest challenge of being a father. “The harder you work, the more successful you become, the more time becomes precious. So it gets very hard to find that balance.”
His daily schedule can become as erratic as the next, starting as early as 5 am. As someone who doesn’t keep a regular office job, making time for his family is indeed a challenge, one that he doesn’t back down from. But there are compromises, he admits, especially since he has to work to earn a living for his wife and his growing brood.
Essilor’s Eye Can Succeed campaign through Essilor Vision Foundation (EVF) won two awards at the 53rd Anvil Awards held at the Shangri-La at the Fort in BGC.
Out of over 450 entries across the country, Eye Can Succeed won the Gold Anvil Award for Public Relations Program on sustainable basis, and the Silver Anvil Award for Specialized Public Relations Program for its advocacy campaign for healthy vision.
The campaign helps Filipino public senior high school students to achieve better eye sight by providing free eye check-ups and giving free eyeglasses. EVF, the philanthropic arm of Essilor, is committed to eliminating poor vision and its lifelong consequences among the 2.5 billion people around the world and to provide opportunities to live a better life through better eye sight.
For more information, visit Essilor’s website at www.essilor.com.ph/eyecansucceed, and follow @EssilorPH on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.