PAMASKONG HANDOG SA IKA-22 TAON NG BINALOT

Binalot Christmas Raffle 2018

MECHANICS

1. The raffle promo will run from October 8 to December 31, 2018. Deadline of submission of entries on the last day is until 7:00 pm.

2. For every purchase of any All Time Pinoy-vorites meal and any size of iced tea, customer will be entitled to one raffle coupon for a chance to win any of the following prizes:

1st Prize: One (1) 32” (81.28 cm) Hisense 32D52 LED TV

2nd Prize: Six (6) winners of Myphone myx1 Widescreen 18:9 Display Android Phone

3rd Prize: Five (5) winners of BEEP card with pre-loaded value One Thousand Pesos (P1,000) each

Consolation Prize: Ten (10) winners of BEEP card with pre-loaded value of Five Hundred Pesos (P500) each

3. Customer must fill up the raffle coupon with the following details:
• Complete Name
• Home Address
• Contact Number/s
• Email Address
• Signature

4. Raffle coupons must be placed in the drop box located at the counter area of each participating branch.

5. The raffle draw will be held at Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc. (BFFI) Head Office at 3686 BUJ Building,
Sun Valley Drive, Sun Valley Subdivision, Parañaque City on January 14, 2019 at 2:00 pm.

6. Participants may only win once. If a name is picked more than once, he/she gets the prize of the higher value.

7. Prizes can be transferred but are not convertible to cash.

8. Winners shall be notified by telephone and registered mail.

9. Winners have sixty (60) days from receipt of notification to claim their prizes; otherwise, prizes will be forfeited in favor of Binalot Fiesta Foods Inc. (BFFI) with prior DTI approval.

10. For Metro Manila winners, claiming of prizes will be held at Binalot-Head Office, 3686 BUJ Building, Sun Valley Drive, Sun Valley Subdivision, Parañaque City.

Winners must present two (2) valid government-issued IDs, the registered mail from BFFI and the winning claim stub to
claim the prize.

If a representative will claim the prize, he must bring the following:
• Winning claim stub
• Signed authorization letter from the winner
• Two (2) valid governtment-issued IDs of the winner
• His two (2) valid government-issued IDs
• Registered mail from BFFI
For Provincial winners, prizes will be shipped to their address free of charge

11. Winners authorize BFFI to publish their names, photos and other particulars determined by BFFI to any person/s and in any mode or manner as BFFI may deem appropriate.

12. By affixing their signature in the raffle coupon, customers allow Binalot Fiesta Foods and its third party agents to use their personal information for future customer campaigns.

13. Employees and family members of Binalot Fiesta Foods, Inc., Binalot franchisees and their respective subsidiaries and suppliers including their relatives up to the second degree of consanguinity or affinity are not qualified to join this promotion.

14. Winners will be announced via the Website and Facebook Page of BFFI.

Per DTI – FTEB Permit No. 11200 Series of 2018

NOW OPEN RCBC TOWER (OCTOBER 3, 2018)

NOW OPEN SHOPWISE LANCASTER (SEPTEMBER 27, 2018)

Binalot Shopwise Circuit Makati Now Open (September 18, 2018)

BINALOT EASTWOOD 1ST YEAR ANNIVERSARY (AUGUST 5, 2018)

BINALOT HANSTON 10TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY (JULY 30, 2018)

Binalot Magsaysay 10th Year Anniversary (April 30, 2018)

Binalot Robinsons Metro East Now Open (April 26, 2018)

Binalot NAIA 3 Now Open (February 28, 2018)

Binalot sponsors ACAP Foundation Kids’ Lunch at Manila Biennale

It was a beautiful day in Intramuros when the ACAP Kids visited the Manila Biennale: OPENCITY 2018. Fifteen kids from the Action for the Care and Development of the Poor in the Philippines (ACAP), a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering marginalized youth in the Philippines, went to the four exhibition sites of the Manila Biennale and enjoyed all the art installation works of the biennale artists. It was their first time in Intramuros and each venue was new and interesting destination for them. Didit Vander Linden, ACAP President and Program Director, went on the walking tour with the kids along with ACAP Program Manager Jeff Ruaza. The tour was led by Manila Biennale Social Media & Student Tours Manager Eve Javier – that’s me. My story is about how these kids gave so much meaning to the biennale exhibits for me personally, and I want to share this with you.

We all met at Plaza San Luis where the introductions were made and some shy faces greeted me hello. Then we began walking off to Baluarte de San Diego where they enjoyed looking at the work of Zeus Bascon, posed for some photo ops and afterwards the kids ran freely and happily at the grassy fort, shyness now gone, and they took time to listen to the history of the baluarte.

Under the heat of the morning sun, we walked all the way to Mission House, stopping for picture time – they were so excited with every marker and every chance to have a photo. Arriving at the San Igancio Church, immediately the complex work of Robert Chabet was examined and surprisingly – deeply understood. I noticed the kids liked voicing out their own interpretations – which were all heavy by the way, so I became extra observant of their reactions. They went on to view the works in the next floors before we set off walking towards Fort Santiago where the kids continued to analyze the works of Kolown (their favorite), Kawayan de Guia and Kiri Dalena’s “In the dark times Will there also be singing? Yes, there will also be singing. About the dark times.”

It was a very serious and intense moment when they read the message of Kiri’s work, saying it out loud in Tagalog, and telling me, Didit and Jeff about how they understood what the artist was trying to say. To be right there witnessing these young individuals who have complex backgrounds (and continue to live in desperate conditions still), grasp the sophisticated message of the artwork of the biennale and appreciate the whole point of the exhibition – became a very emotional moment for all of us, but we adults kept our cool, shed no tears (or maybe, hid the tears) and moved on. I would often mention them to that the theme of the Manila Biennale for this year centers on war and remembrance, and the kids did not hesitate to tell me in their own words how they Understood.

Lunch was sponsored by Binalot, served under the shade and the kids happily took a break from all the summer sun walking. Afterwards, everyone was called to join Museo Pambata and Sipat Lawin beside the Bayanihan Hopping Spirit House of Alwin Reamilo, for an afternoon of reading under the trees in the Bamboo Garden, and later, Sipat Lawin did a fantastic workshop where the kids were taught performance art, and the song and cheer for the parade of the Bayanihan. “Bawat Bata” was rehearsed with so much joy and passion, that some folks surrounding the children had forgotten their coolness and shed happy inspired tears. After the rehearsal, they had a snack of pancit along with some volunteers of the Bayanihan: Philippine army men, pedicab drivers, foreign visitors of Intramuros, artists and friends. It felt like one big family picnic under the trees in an enormous park, and the kids laughed, ate pancit, lamented on the green mangoes that fell on Fort Santiago’s moat, relaxed for a bit, and talked happily with media that wanted to interview them. It was love all around.

The highlight of the day came and the ACAP kids were positioned at the helm of the Bayanihan parade, to sing Bawat Bata and give their powerful chant ” Ang bawat bata sa ating mundo, Ay may pangalan may karapatan”. They led the Bayanihan with such pride and joy, it was a moment that brought Intramuros so much life…from kids who have so little in life. Leading the massive pack of people carrying a house on their shoulders, they marched to Plaza Roma to welcome the house at its new neighborhood, with incense and prayers and good thoughts. It was such a great feeling for us to have the ACAP kids be the leaders of such a meaningful Filipino event, to have them excitedly cheer for the adults bringing such a weight of a house on their shoulders, and to lead the all people at such a festivity. For me to be given the opportunity to walk alongside these kids for the day, and have them share their thoughts about life, struggle, perseverance, and Hope, was a great honor.

Thank you Carlos Celdran for hosting the ACAP Kids at our Manila Biennale, you gave them a chance to be leaders at this groundbreaking event of ours. Thank you Binalot for nourishing them and adding the extra rice. Thank you Museo Pambata and Sipat Lawin, you lifted their spirits and souls. This truly was the essence of our theme, to bring back the soul of the city. And it’s in these kids.

Photo credit:  Eve Javier