Thursday, September 22, 2016

G Stuff Stuffs Us Good on its 3rd Year Anniversary!

G Stuff will celebrate its 3rd Year Anniversary on October 7, 8, and 9! These is going to be an eventful three days of helping us live healthy lives and three wonderful years of caring for the environment and helping communities of people in the provinces to improve their lives! Dubbed the “healthy store with a heart,” GStuff has now marked its name as one of the brands that advocate health and wellness, natural lifestyle and sensitivity to the environment. Every bottle has a story. On October 7, some celebrities and possibly a community of farmers, fishermen and craftsmen who are behind the production of some of the best-selling G Stuff products will be featured in Umagang Kay Ganda. G Stuff’s new product lines such as herbal soaps, plant-based insect repellents, authentic Gugo shampoo, natural diffusers using traditional Ilocano red clay pots, detergent made of natural granules will be introduced. These products are already gaining popularity in the different branches of G Stuff store in Power Plant Mall, Alabang Town Center and Trinoma. On October 8, the newest G Stuff Christmas bundles will be presented in Magandang Buhay TV show hosted by Karla Estrada, Melai Cantiveros, and Jolina Magdangal. Promoting the slogan “Have a healthy Merry Christmas,” these bundles can be given as exciting gifts for loved-ones and friends. Their receivers assured of their health amidst bottles or liquors, bevy of sweets and pork & ham that fill the dining tables when the Holidays come. A whole day of health and wellness in Rockwell is set to unfold on October 9. Renowned fitness instructors will facilitate Zumba sessions. GStuff’s booths will also display their staple Virgin Coconut Oil-based products and along with the new natural products they are carrying. Other exciting wellness activities will also be offered to the participants of this event when they register! Upholding its tagline of healthy living, caring for the environment and helping people, G Stuff commits to continue in pioneering a wholesome lifestyle in the realm of the retail industry. For more information, contact Anna Dolendo at 09154650759 or Wilbur at 09154343337 or the Warehouse Store at 4161828. We are @gstuff on Facebook! Like us and let’s all live healthy while helping!

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Dr. Jesusa M. Marco takes oath as 9th President of the College of the Holy Spirit Manila

MANILA, Another milestone takes place today at the historic College of the Holy Spirit Manila (CHSM) as Dr. Jesusa M. Marco is sworn in as the school’s 9th President. Dr. Marco’s presidency also marks the transition of CHSM, making her the 1st Lay President under the school’s new management by the Holy Spirit Alumni Management Corporation (HSAMC). The rites will be held at the Paraclete Auditorium, College of the Holy Spirit Manila. In September 2015, the Congregational Leadership Team in Rome gave the approval for the collaboration of the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit (S.Sp.S) and the CHSM Alumnae through a Management Contract for the continuance of CHSM mission. On January 21, 2016, the Management Agreement was finally approved and signed between the College of the Holy Spirit of Manila and the Holy Spirit Alumni Management Corporation (HSAMC). CHSM remains to be owned by S.Sp.S, however, it is now managed by the HSAMC effective May 1, 2016. Dr. Marco finished AB Sociology in formerly Maryknoll (now Miriam College). She also holds Master of Arts in Social Sciences major in Sociology at De La Salle University. She earned her Doctorate Degree in Sociology at Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Presently, she is also a Research Fellow of the De La Salle University.

Monday, September 19, 2016

TOFARM Film Festival opens its doors to aspiring filmmakers on its 2nd year

On its 2nd year,TOFARM is continuously creating a name for itself as it opens up opportunities, not just for the aspiring filmmakers but also for its very own subjects and story inspiration, our kababayans in the agricultural sector. But guests were also in for a surprise as Dr. Milagros How, Executive Vice President of Universal Harvester Inc., officially announced the opening of its second leg.  Young, fresh and now - these are the words that best describe the theme for this new run. While the first year was focused on giving the public a glimpse of the farmers’ plight, for year two, TOFARM looks forward to the future. With the theme “Planting Seeds of Change”, attention is channeled to leveling up the agricultural sector by merging the traditional to the modern, in thinking process, strategies, lifestyle and cultures. It now adds a chapter to that story of our farmer’s everyday realities as it tackles goal setting and plotting of a dynamic vision for the whole industry. Farmers and members of similar communities are now left with a challenge to ride with the fast changing lives of Filipinos, fluctuating supply and demand, overnight trends to name a few. The overall landscape is shifting to something more demanding that can only be addressed by creativity and innovation. The agricultural sector should be able to adapt to this.  Similar to last year’s exercise, a total of six (6) film scripts will be selected by the Festival’s screening committee. Each would be earning a 1.5 million pesos grant that they can use to put to life their vision. The Best Film shall receive Php500,000.00, 2nd Best Film at Php400,000.00, 3rd Best Film to bring home Php300,000 and for the Special Jury Award, Php100,000. All these cash prize plus the iconic TOFARM Film Fest Trophy will be brought home by the winners. Other awards await. Everyone is encouraged to send in their entries until November 18, 2016. TOFARM Film Festival is a project pioneered by Universal Harvester Inc., to ignite the agricultural revolution in the country through a more entertaining and creative medium, film. This is a brain child by Dr. Milagros How, Executive Vice President of UHI with award winning film director Maryo J. Delos Reyes. For more information about TOFARM Film Festival, visit www.TOFARM.org or check out their facebook site TOFARM Film Festival Philippines. For inquiries you may send an email to info.TOFARM@gmail.com 

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Event: Lessons from Barcelona A Love Untold and KDKN Solidarity Appreciation Night with KathNiel

Parents make promises they don't usually keep. It was hard to forget watching Star Cinema's latest blockbuster Barcelona A Love Untold after KDKN Solidarity Appreciation and Dinner  last night at ABS-CBN. KathNiel supporters gathered for an Appreciation Night with Mommy Min Bernardo, Mommy Carla Estrada, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla at ABS-CBN Center Road last night celebrating 5 years of the loveteam.
After the dinner and program, we proceeded to Dolphy Theater to view the film. I thought it was the usual predictable scenes showing the love story of Mia(Kathryn) and Ely(Daniel) as it opened how the two met in Barcelona. Mia was the typical teen with struggles similar to my students. Like them she struggles to win the heart of her father who once said words that will haunt her from an incident in school. It was her father's expectations that led her to circumstances bound to failure. Meeting Ely(Daniel) gave her the inspiration to keep going.  
Ely lost his spirit keeping grudge against mom played by Maria Isabel Lopez. That scene with no lines visiting mom to say sorry and handing his animated story cd  "Not Yet" suddenly made my eyes cried buckets of tears. It reminded me of the choice I once made instead of leaving the country years ago. Mia and Ely's pain would not have led them to strive hard working if there were no parents with such high expectations. We breed the same teens today and the movie should remind parents to be careful when children disappoint them. We have to be reminded to keep uttering words of insipration to our children. Teens should also learn how to wait just like Mia and Ely. Kathryn and Daniel have shown their best to inspire others to love in the right time. Finally, the right time for a kiss was in the proper time after the long wait. Barcelona A Love Untold is a perfect movie to teach our kids and parents that love is indeed a decision more than a feeling. Thank you KDKN Solidarity and StarCinema for a night I will never forget. May all parents teach the value of forgiveness and patience to wait. For more information please visit www.facebook.com/starcinema and follow @starcinema on Twitter and Instagram. 

Friday, September 16, 2016

Ystilo Salon celebrates 18 years of beauty with more branches and promos!

This is your chance to feel beautiful! Premier locally owned hairstyling business, Ystilo Salon is happy to announce their 18th year in the salon industry. One of the highlights of the celebration is the recent showcase of new haircut and hair color collection by Italian Technical Hair stylist,Antonio Robustelli and Ms. Catherine Lorenzi. 
Robusteli and Lorenzi flew in the Philippines and spearhead the two-days Icon Collection 2016 Seminar for Ystilo’s senior hairstylists. Also part of Ystilo’s blow out treat is the discounted bundle services that started last September 8 and will end on October 31, 2016. A day of pampering and hair treatment for as low as 499 pesos any hair length in all Ystilo branches. Ystilo salon gets bigger as it opens three franchise stores in One Legazpi Place, Tuguegarao City, Robinson Place and Puerto Princesa Palawan. The launch was graced by Ystilo President/ Franchisor Ms. Vina Morales, Franchisees Eugene Araña and family. On the other hand, the opening of Palawan branch was also attended by Vina Morales with City Councilor and former celebrity Matthew Mendoza and Franchisee Ms. Rosselle Sobrepeña. 
Another Ystilo store located in Mall of Alnor  South Cotabato City was opened before the third quarter of 2016 ended. Visit the newest Ystilo salon branches at One Legazpi Place, Tuguegarao City, with contact numbers: (078) 375-1411 and 0906-5719942, Robinson Place, Puerto Princesa Palawan, with contact numbers: Ystilo Salon Robinson Place, Puerto Princesa Palawan, contact numbers: (048) 433-1726, 0936-6764623 and South Cotabato branch in Alnor Mall with contact number: (064) 557-4462
For Franchising & Inquiries,  call  (02) 927-7532 / 415-0222 / 0917-3124210 / 0922-8-YSTILO or e-mail ystilomarketing@gmail.com and franchise@ystilosalon.com.ph. Other promos and updates, simply log on to www.ystilosalon.com.ph and like Ystilo’s SNS  accounts in facebook, Instagram and twitter  @ystilosalon.

ShareThis

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...