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1. The raffle promo will run from November 1 to December 31, 2019. Deadline of submission of entries on the last day is until 5:00 pm.
2. For a minimum single receipt of P200, customer will be entitled to one raffle coupon for a chance to win any of the following prizes:
• Three (3) winners of 32” (81.28 cm) Hisense 32N2174C LED TV
• Twenty (20) winners of Binalot Gift Certificates worth One Thousand Pesos (P1,000)
3. Customer must fill up the raffle coupon with the following details:
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, 2020 at 4:00 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. 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.
13. Winners will be announced via the Website and Facebook Page of BFFI.
DTI Fair Trade Permit No. FTEB 18000 Series of 2019
Boodle fights originated from traditional celebratory shared meals in the Philippine military, where instead of soldiers being provided their own plated chow to dig into, the entire troop feasts on a long, banana-leaf-laden table bedecked with mounds of rice and piles and piles of ulam, from Pinoy classics like adobo and beef tapa with salted eggs and ensalada as side dishes, to grilled specialties like barbeque and pork liempo. Forget the cutlery, too, as everyone is encouraged to bare-hand it and dig into the spread kamayan-style to get the full boodle experience.
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Salamat Ms. Charm Concepcion sa pag feature ng Binalot Pinoy-vorites sa iyong Mukbang video!
As a kid, you may have found museums to be boring and stuffy, but they are anything but when you pair the right type of museum to the right personality. These days, museums come in many forms that range from the traditional, don’t-touch-the-art type to the playful, touch-all-the-art kind. While some may balk at some of today’s museum concepts, this spot remains to be defined as a place where objects of interest or value are displayed, and interest or value is very much relative. At the end of the day, a museum houses art, culture, and history, and more importantly, brings together people.
If you’re looking for interactive and playful museums, here are 10 places that will bring out your inner kid:
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