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Robert Dexter Ding is a dutiful son. In December 2014, he started a small business, hopped on a motorcycle to deliver Cebu lechon porchetta to pork lovers in Metro Manila in order to help pay for the hospital bills of his father who had been confined for almost a year.

Bai’s Boneless Lechon is slowly becoming a Christmas staple.
Robert Dexter Ding is a dutiful son. In December 2014, he started a small business, hopped on a motorcycle to deliver Cebu lechon porchetta to pork lovers in Metro Manila in order to help pay for the hospital bills of his father who had been confined for almost a year.

Dexter coined the name Bai’s Lechon as a reference to the Cebuano term for friend or pare—“bai.”
Only three days after the business opened, however, his father passed away. Regrettably, the inspiration for Bai’s Lechon did not live long enough to see its success. (I am inclined to believe, though, that it may have been through the guiding light of Dexter’s father’s spirit that the business has grown with incredible success. Business booms when you have a silent partner in heaven.)
“I was inspired to start Bai’s because I missed our lechon in Cebu. Eating Cebu lechon was like bonding for me and my dad,” Dexter recalls. “We lived in the city center but our favorite was always going to Carcar. It was lechon heaven.”

So with just P50,000 as investment, one brick oven, a second-hand scooter and a few printed delivery boxes, Dexter started Bai’s Boneless Cebu Lechon.

Cebu lechon porchetta Instead of delivering a whole lechon, Bai’s delivers boxes of lechon porchetta with all the aromas and flavors of Cebu lechon, utilizing his favorite part—the belly.

He chose to deliver just porchetta because, by experience, he always felt shortchanged whenever he had to buy a whole pig just to enjoy the belly.

The business started with an offering of just three sizes: family, which could feed 4-5 persons; barkada, good for 10-15; and party, good for 20-25.

Dexter would sometimes personally deliver the lechon to customers. He even recalls one Christmas when he was on his way to a formal dinner and had to fulfill an order. He got on the motorcycle and delivered the lechon in a tuxedo.

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In October 2015, business was good enough for another investment. The company bought its first industrial oven. The Christmas that same year, they churned out a ton’s worth, or around 1,000 kilos of packed boneless lechon.

Soon, from offering primarily in the south/Alabang area, they started also delivering to Quezon City, Cavite, Laguna, East Pasig up to Marikina for a flat delivery charge.

By December 2016, just two years from operating with just one little brick oven in Alabang and a secondhand motorcycle, Bai’s opened two stores: one in Pasig and one in Biñan, Laguna (now closed). Today, Bai’s has three fully functioning stores in Alabang, Pasig and Pampanga.

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They now also offer carving stations, a big hit in corporate parties. (See details below on how to order.)
Bai has also been doing pop-ups recently. “We open pop-ups during the holidays to make the lechon accessible to our patrons who stay in areas where we usually deliver but can’t because of the Christmas season. This year, we have pop-ups in Tanauan, Batangas; Otis-Manila; Bacoor, Cavite; and in the Alex & Claude store in the F1 Hotel in BGC,” Dexter shares. By Christmas and New Year’s Eve, however, expect they are already sold out.

Besides the porchetta, Bai’s now also offers all-meat sisig and roast chicken infused with tamarind.
Affordable Best of all, Bai’s lechon is very affordable. The Boneless Lechon Cebu is only P720 for the family size, P1,800 for the barkada size and P2,850 for the party size.

I also like that you don’t need to buy a whole lechon or even a cochinillo to get your lechon fix.
Inspired What keeps Dexter inspired to expand the business, though, is the fulfillment it brings as well as the memory of his dad.

“It’s very fulfilling, doing something that can be bigger than yourself,” he reflects. “Some say it brings them back to their Cebu hometown. Others appreciate that we deliver as early as 5:00 a.m. It’s the smiles and the simple thank yous that mean a lot.”

Of his father, Dexter says, “I hope he is happy. I hope he is proud and loves what we do.”
Without a doubt, he is.

For orders, call 0917-5825333 (covers most areas in the South); for Pasig, call 0917-8341010 (covers Pasig, BGC, Ortigas, Marikina and Quezon City); for Pampanga, call 0925-7076483 (covers all towns in Pampanga). Visit pop-up stores in Batangas, BGC, Otis and Bacoor, Cavite (call 0917-5825333). For orders using credit card, go online at

www.baisbonelesslechon.com. Orders require a three-day notice.

 

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Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit The La Vista Bazaar

1. SHOP. This is the BEST year to visit the La Vista Bazaar because we handpicked all our vendors! There are a lot of new and exciting products joining us so it’s the perfect place to shop for Christmas gifts with over 150 vendors under one roof! Avoid the traffic and crowded malls – we offer stress-free shopping with an array of different products and lots of unique, handmade items. Plus you’ll be supporting young and budding entrepreneurs!

2. SANTA. Santa is coming to town! Bring your kids to the Santa Party on Sunday, December 17 from 3pm-5pm to meet Santa Claus and his elves! Children from all ages can join fun games, win exciting prizes and take home loot bags! It’s also a great photo opportunity! To register for the Santa Party, please send the name/s and age/s of your children to 0917-8636644. Santa Party is free of charge.

3. ESSENTIAL OIL WORKSHOP. We will be holding free essential oil workshops during the bazaar! Have you been wanting to learn more about essential oils and why its becoming a worldwide trend? Join our free workshop and learn the numerous benefits of essential oils, how to use them properly, and how to make roller blends. There will be one free workshop on Saturday (Dec 16) and Sunday (Dec 17), from 1pm-2pm. To register for the workshop, please text your name/s to 0917-8636644.

4. BIG PRIZES + FREE GIFT WRAPPING.

We will be holding exciting games throughout the event! We will also be raffling off prizes, gift certificates and even home appiiances every hour! Plus take advantage of our free gift wrapping station. Just present the ticket below to claim your free gift wrapping service (includes wrapper, card and labor) at the Organizer’s Booth.

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5. YUMMY FOOD + CHRISTMAS CAROLERS. Visit the Santa Food Strip and enjoy delicious selections from Gracos Shawarma, Mr. Tacos and Nachos, Saigon Coffee, and more! Why not bring the whole family and treat them for lunch or dinner? Enjoy al fresco dining while being serenaded by our Christmas carolers from Children’s Joy Foundation and Psalm of David Orchestra.

SEE YOU THERE! J DECEMBER 16 & 17 AT LA VISTA CLUBHOUSE *Enter La Vista Gate, beside Miriam and Petron Katipunan. Near Sta. Maria Dela Strada. BAZAAR HOURS: 9AM-7PM

 

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Philippines is longest time in celebrating Christmas, September palang we started to buy our gifts to our love one’s and most of it we are saving money to buys things for ourselves as a reward.

We landed to different places to buys our gifts, now in the new era of buying gifts in cheaper price, less travel,  not to much of sik-sikan is at the Bazaar near to our place and if you are from vista verde bazaar is just right in the corner. Save more money, time and effort at hindi ka pa harass.

Be Wise Save time and effort…

MERRY CHRISTMAS

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Unioil opens its first electric vehicle charging station

Unioil Petroleum Philippines Inc. (Unioil) has unveiled its first electric vehicle (EV) charging station on its newly-opened Unioil Solar Hybrid service station at Congressional Avenue Extension, Quezon City. The state-of-the-art Mitsubishi i-MiEV fully-electric vehicle and the Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) were showcased during the event.

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Present during the ribbon-cutting ceremony were Unioil Vice President Noel Soriano, Mitsubishi Motor Philippines Corporation (MMPC) Vice President for Business Planning and Public Relations Department Renato Lampano, and other guests.

"We commend Unioil for its initiative to showcase renewable energy in its first hybrid gasoline station. Like Unioil, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation is striving to reduce carbon footprint by developing technologies for improving fuel economy and electric-powered systems. The Mitsubishi Electric Vehicle (i-MiEV) and Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) are proof of this concept," Lampano said.

“We are very proud to open the first of many Unioil EV charging stations aimed at promoting the use of electric vehicles in the country. We invite everyone to visit our Unioil hybrid station to see and experience the future,” Soriano said.

This latest effort is part of Unioil’s “Doing Our Part” campaign which the company launched in November to encourage Filipinos to make a difference in society through small, everyday actions and responsible decisions they make, including the decision to choose a cleaner fuel.

Unioil believes that climate change and environmental degradation are real threats to a sustainable future and quality of life. This is why it continues to lead the way in introducing the cleanest range of petroleum products by offering a complete line of Euro5 performance fuels in September 2017, making it the first petroleum company to upgrade all its fuel products to Euro 5 standard.

To further reduce its carbon footprint, Unioil has started operating its first “hybrid” service station which is partially powered by solar energy. The Unioil station along Congressional Avenue, Quezon City is equipped with the SmartflowerTM, the global leader in intelligent solar energy solutions that features an automated sun tracking technology, making it up to 40% more efficient than conventional fixed-type solar panels. Each SmartflowerTM unit reduces carbon footprint by 4.7 metric tons annually which is equivalent to planting approximately 5,000 trees per year.

For more information on Unioil’s “Doing Our Part” campaign, visit www.unioil.com or its Facebook page.

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Don’t let the stress of the Christmas rush get you stressing this Yuletide season and enjoy your Christmas shopping with your loved ones at Little Elves Bazaar.

Little Elves Bazaar will be opening its doors to all the Christmas shoppers this December 8 to 10 2017 at Valle Verde 5 Basketball Court.

With 110 participating booths, you won’t have to stress where to buy gifts for your friends and family. From food trips with your foodie friends, to finding that novelty item to give to your loved ones you will sure have a great time at the bazaar.

The bazaar is open from 10AM to 9PM so you can have all the time to look for that perfect gift.
Along with the endless finds and food, there will also be activities, games and raffle for the attendees! And a face painting session, little elves photo opportunity and a life sized snow globe awaits the kids and kids at heart!

This event is a place that will fill your Christmas spirit as the season approaches. It will make giving so much easier as the bazaar is just like Santa’s little elves.

 

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November 3, 2017 / Manila, Philippines. His Excellency Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister, Federation of Russia and His Excellency Narendra Modi, Prime Minister, Republic of India, will be headlining this year’s ASEAN Business & Investment Summit (ABIS) happening from November 13-14, 2017 at the Solaire Grand Ballroom in Parañaque City. With the theme World Leaders’ Roadmap Towards Prosperity for All, the event seeks to become the catalyst for closer cooperation between the public and private sector to boost inclusive growth in the region.

ABIS, hosted by the ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ABAC), is expected to draw more than 1,700 guests representing top level executives from diverse sectors; distinguished thought leaders; champions and leaders from across the region coming from government, business, the academe, and research entities; and entrepreneurship mentors and enablers.

“ABIS is the biggest and most prestigious business event in ASEAN. We would like to invite everyone, most especially the MSME’s, to attend and take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to gain valuable insights from industry leaders that will help their respective businesses grow and be competitive in today’s ever-changing landscape,” said Joey Concepcion, ABAC Chair.

The two-day event shall cover topics ranging from ASEAN Build, Build, Build – Infrastructure Development: A Perspective (Building for the Future) – This forum aims to facilitate discussions on current and upcoming initiatives of the public and private sector in strengthening infrastructure development across ASEAN.

Leading the discussion are Enrique Razon, Chairman and CEO International Container Terminal Services Inc.; Diwakar Gupta, Vice President of the Asian Development Bank; Shinya Ejima, Senior Vice- President of Japan International Cooperation Agency; Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, CEO, Ayala Corporation; Tony Fernandes, Group Chief Executive Officer, AirAsia; and moderated by Maria Ressa, Founder and CEO of Rappler.

Unleashing Women Economic Power and Human Capital Development – this forum aims to provide insights on key areas of governance and business that can leverage on the brilliance of women and other minorities.

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Leading the discussion are Teresita Sy-Coson, ASEAN BAC Council Member and Vice Chair of SM Investments; Dr. Shamshad Akhtar, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and the tenth Executive Secretary of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific; Datuk (Dr.) Hafsah Hashim, Chief Executive Officer of SME Corporation; Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo, President and Chief Executive Officer, Hyundai Asia Resources Inc.; Sirina Sisombat-Hervy, Sinuok Coffee, ASEAN Business Award 2017 Winner; and moderated by Chloe Cho, Presenter and Executive Producer of Channel News Asia.

Right Money, Open Markets – This forum is a global dialogue led by renowned policy leaders in finance and key players in the market who will uncover the current realities regarding the accessibility and distribution of money and markets which are imperative to the roadmap towards Prosperity for All.

Leading the discussion are Gov. Nestor Espenilla, Governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas; Anthony Thomas, Chief Operating Officer of Mynt; Tan Sri Rebecca Fatima Sta. Maria, Senior Policy Fellow of the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia; Alexander Feldman, President and CEO of US-ASEAN Business Council; Robbie Antonio, CEO of Revolution Precrafted; David Foote, Founder and CEO, Zennya; and moderated by Dato Timothy Ong, Chairman of Asia Inc. Forum.

On to ASEAN 100: Perspectives of the World Today and Beyond — In this panel, multilateral leaders, former heads of governments and states, and citizens share their outlook on ASEAN’s position for growth and leadership. Shared Economy — Home to over 663 million people, the ASEAN region offers one of the most promising markets for shared services. Integral to the development of this emerging market, today’s leading ASEAN game changers will tackle pragmatic approaches to harness the sharing economy’s potential and to address the challenges that comes with it.

Leading the discussion are Dr. Robert Yap, Chair of ASEAN BAC Singapore and Chairman of YCH Group; Mario Pezzini, Director of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Centre; Lito Villanueva, Managing Director of FINTQ; and moderated by Robert Yap Min Choy, ASEAN Business Advisory Council Singapore Member and Deputy Chairman and Executive Director of Y3 Technologies.

Entrepreneurship in the Digital Economy – In this panel, global disruptors from the new world economy will discuss the impacts of innovation and disruptive technology on small businesses and the rest of the world. Leading the discussion are Manny Pangilinan, Chairman, PLDT Group; Nick Nash, Group President, Sea Group; Dr. Yuri Sato, Executive Vice President of Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO); Goh Peng Ooi, Founder and Executive Chairman of Silverlake Axis Limited; Richard Eldridge, CEO of Lenddo; and moderated by Yasu Ota, Editorial Writer and Columnist of Nihon Keizai Shimbun Singapore.

With Her Excellency Maria Leonor ‘Leni’ Robredo, Vice President of the Republic of the Philippines, to deliver the Closing Keynote Address to officially end ABIS 2017.

Tickets for ABIS are made available through a pre-registration basis. Interested applicants may register through http://www.abis2017.com and will be subject to a screening process. Tickets for sale are Gold US$1,000 (Php 50,000), Silver US$500 (Php25,000) and Bronze US$250 (Php 13,500).

 

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COGNOA INTERNATIONAL INC., is a unique and innovative distribution company. We are recognized as the probiotic authority responsible for the distribution of High Quality probiotics through the Multi-Level Marketing Industry.

It’s simple compensation plan, founded on a Hybrid Network Marketing and Direct Selling Compensation System, is designed to help generate vast amounts of income for those who will learn the system, apply it and maximize it.

This fact, interestingly, is only one of the reasons, it stands out from all other companies like it, and is considered a GAME CHANGER in the industry.

WE ARE PRO HEALTH We provide high quality Probiotic products to ensure everyone’s health is constantly at its peak. WE ARE PRO WEALTH We help our partners achieve financial growth and stability.

WE ARE PRO BIOTIC We provide products and knowledge about the wonders and benefits of Probiotics which can help us boost overall health , thus improving the quality of life.

OUR VISION To enhance people’s quality of life by fostering wellness and providing unlimited opportunities for optimal health, personal development and wealth generation.

OUR MISSION To be the leading probiotic distribution company globally recognized for it’s value-centered and quality-driven culture.

Bloggers and Network we’re invited to gain more information about Cognoa International Inc. and it’s Pro15 product, information about what we need to be healthy in our daily lifestyle, to be more productive and less sickness yet strong and healthy.

This day Pro15 of Cognoa imparted each and everyone of us. Thank you for sharing your health knowledge.

PRO15 PROBIOTICS is a product that will help prevent at least 85% of all the diseases known to man, a product that will help you restore your and your loved ones OPTIMAL HEALTH.

You know the interesting fact about all these diseases? INSUFFICIENT NUTRITION causes them all; this means that the nutrients people eat are NOT reaching the cellular level of the individuals.

WHY NOT? It is because LACK OF ADEQUATE AMOUNTS OF HIGH QUALITY PRO15 PROBIOTICS There are only a few manufacturers and distributors of probiotics GLOBALLY, Why?

The answer is again, simple, Probiotics die easily, and once dead probiotics are NOT beneficial to the person drinking it. They have to be LIVE when they reach the small and large intestines and they have to be in ADEQUATE amounts. Such are the characteristics of PRO15 PROBIOTICS!!!

 

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Rejuvenate your skin with the right clinic and the right doctor, not all doctor’s have this personal touch to their patience or clients some are after to your payment lalo na kung may pambayad ka talaga…

I am very usual to do Facial Cleansing, Diamond Peel, Removing Warts, and Facial Rejuvenating for wife likes to take care our face. Last week i got a chance to have Facial Cleansing, Mask and RF ( Radio Frequency ) – RF or Radio Frequency, what it does is to makes you looks younger with this procedure with out surgery. One of the latest technology that ALA Wellness City have.

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After the Facial, Facial Mask and RF it feels so satisfied and relax, RF can be once every week while facial is once a month.

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Interview with the vampire (joke) Dr. Albert L. Adrales, MD talk about how he started to his clinic and how devoted to his career and he did take care of his health at the same time.

Doc Albert Adrales (ala) is also a commercial and ramp model and he’s last project was with sm.  So much to talk about with ala, he likes to play with tv remote rather than his mobile phone, not much in gadget but he embrace technology for easy lifestyle.

Visit ala Wellness City and meet Dr. Albert L. Adrales, MD himself at E.Rodriguez corner rotonda, beside mang inasal and try the excellent services that you will enjoy. Better be there in day time coz there will be more clients starting 5pm.   

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Thank you Dr. Albert L. Adrales, MD for your precious time in spending with us. MABUHAY po kayo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

On his spare time or due schedule this is what Doc Albert keeps himself busy…

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DISCOVER WHY CHEMICAL-BASED PRODUCTS FOR HAIR LOSS MIGHT NOT WORK FOR YOU

Desperate times call for desperate measures. When you’re losing tufts of hair or seeing bald patches on your scalp, it’s but natural to feel the need to do something about it.

Will you tell a friend or go immediately to a doctor? Will you hide the “shame” under the guise of a wig? While it’s quite hard to decide, there’s no way but people still find themselves falling in line over-the-counter (O.T.C.). And what’s on their hands? Chemical-based hair loss products. Here are some of the reasons why they impulsively buy these items:

a.)   They claim to be effective.

b.)   They say the healing effects are felt quickly.

c.)   They are widely available.

d.)   They appear to be cheaper.

e.)   They claim to be safe.

Sounds tempting, though, be wary enough that once you delve into the nitty-gritty of these products available to allegedly promote hair growth, you’ll see why they may not exactly be a perfect fit. These are some of the negative possibilities when you use chemical treatments:

1.    Serious side effects like tightness in the chest, difficulty in breathing, rapid heartbeat (tachycardia), and swelling of the hands and feet. These are actually some of the possible side effects of the hair loss drug Minoxidil, which is said to cease hair loss and promote hair growth.

2.    Most chemical products say they can “treat” alopecia, but reading the fine print will lead you to discover that it actually just slows the progress of hair loss. Little is said as well about these chemical treatments actually promoting hair growth.

3.    These products or “treatments” usually contain a variety of chemicals that may or may not cause allergic reactions. It pays to check the labels. Some chemical-based products may actually be presenting the side effects as the main effects. Let the internet help you on your personal research.

There may be safer and effective alternatives out there, but NOVUHAIR is a stand out among the rest. It has 19 natural ingredients—standardized herbal extracts, essential oils and co-factor nutrients that work in synergy and have been clinically proven to help stop the progression of hair loss, aid in stimulating hair growth, and reduce excessive hair shedding.

NOVUHAIR is available in the Philippines at Mercury Drug and other leading drugstores nationwide, Seafood City supermarkets and other Filipino/Asian stores in the USA and online at www.novuhair.us and at BeeOrganic in Kuwait. International online orders are also possible through regaloservice.com. For more information, you may visit www.novuhair.com or contact hotlines 4136570 and 09228830575.

Don’t make yourself fall as the next victim of the trap. Be smart; choose natural.

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Out-of-home advertising effective tool for Metro consumers

Out-of-home advertising appears to be an effective touchpoint for middle class consumers in Metro Manila, with the country’s busiest highway, EDSA, garnering 43.9 percent market share of the multi-billion industry.

This was revealed in the latest study conducted by Strategic Consumer and Media Incites (SMCI), a consumer and market research company, which covered respondents from 13 to 60 years old in all social classes A-E and those living around Metro Manila.

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The study titled: Out of Home Landscape and Advertising conducted by the SCMI showed that most billboard ads are products and services essential to lifestyle and not basic needs.

South and North Luzon Expressways came in next with 21.2 per cent and 19.8 per cent shares, respectively. The rest of the secondary roads such as Ortigas, Commonwealth, Roxas Blvd., Quezon Ave., Espana, Quezon Blvd., Commonwealth, NAIA, and Marcos Highway shared 15 percent of the market share.

Top ten billboard ads in Metro Manila include fashion products, real estate and banking. These were followed by cars, medicines, restaurants, clinics and hospitals as well as home furnishings.

“The mix of product categories in Billboard advertising appears to be those that are essential to lifestyle and not about basic needs as evident in the proportion of lifestyle categories cornering the major shares in ad spending on this medium,” said Eric Barrera, Client Service Director.

Most popular brands that advertise in various media platforms also dominate Out of Home or billboard ads, according to the study.

SCMI study shows lifestyle products and services dominate products advertised on billboards with spending up to P285.20 Million in the first three months of 2017. These products are fashion boutiques, real estate, beverages, banks and financial services, fastfoods, media companies , passenger cars/AUVs, over the counter medicines/supplies, canned food processed meats, restaurants. The lowest spending for these products is at P53 Million.

The top ten billboard advertisers according to the study include Suyen Corp., Jollibee, San Miguel Corp., Tiara Commercial, Robinsons, Pepsi Cola, SM Devt Corp, Golden ABC, Vida Nutriscience and Iflix with spending between P22 Million to P115 Million from January to March 2017.

Top products on billboard ads include brands such as Bench, SMC, Jollibee, Rob, Penshoppe, Iflix, SMDC, Chowking, Gibi and Mcdonald’s with a total spending of P19 Million to P106 Million in the first three months of 2017.

The survey that covers those who travel around Metro Manila except drivers of public transport also showed that “the advertising clutter is more glaring at the level of brand names.”

“The list of top brand players is longer than what are usually observed in core media. Each top brand could achieve only a single digit in the share of advertising spend,” Barrera said.

The study also reveals frequency of travels and specific time where people from all walks of life could see billboard ads.

· Working population are mostly out on travel from 5pm onwards.

· Out of Home travels peak between 6-9am and 5-7pm

· Class ABCs are likely to be out during morning rush hour 7-9am and less likely to be out at noontime

· Females travel mostly on late mornings while males are likely to be out of home during evening rush hour at 5-6pm

· Teens are the most likely to be out of home before 7am and 12nn-3pm and least likely to be traveling from 7-11am

· Non working population are more likely to be out earlier in the day and close to noon

According to the survey, some of the positive attributes of billboard ads that make it attractive to the target markets are: visually pleasing, colorful, eye catching and clear. However, its downside mostly concerns security such as fears it’s too big and might collapse, blocks views as well as distracting particularly those that carry sexy visuals of celebrities.

The study shows that already popular brands maintain strong presence in billboard ads. These include clothing line Bench and food and beverage giants Jollibee and Coke.

Telecommunications firm Smart and Globe and fastfood multinational McDonalds follow in terms of managing presence in billboard ads. Bearbrand (milk), Chowking (fastfood), Marlboro (cigarettes) and Samsung (electronics) are also on top ten list of popular billboard ads.

Barrera pointed out thought that while Out of Home is increasingly becoming a popular platform, television still dominates the media platforms for advertising followed by Mobile and Out of Home advertising. Internet and radio platforms maintained popularity.

SCMI believes there will be an increase in demand to measure audience exposure of Out of Home ads due to its steady rise in popularity. The study on audience exposure will be useful for advertisers and their agencies to plan their communication strategies.

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California Eco-bike Reliability

In today’s realm, travelling from one point to another have become easier for Filipinos with the introduction of more affordable ways for private commute. In fact, owning a two-wheel has become the most popular transportation for practical Filipinos due to its price and reliability.

California Eco-bike strengthens our passion for being practical combined with an eco-friendly way of transportation thru the most commonly known E-Bikes.

Some of their newest models Taylor and Rhodes are compact, yet, sleek and dependable. Charge the unit for 6 to 7hrs and you’re ready to ride for up to 45 kilometer at a speed of 35kph. This does not only saves you fuel money but also an ally in protecting the environment due to its zero emission.

E-bikes community are growing in popularity and with its growth, several factors needs to be addressed.

Responsibilities in owning an E-bike

Land Transportation Office (LTO) has pointed out the alarming rate of vehicular accidents and theft. LTO toiled on a regulation that strengthens the previous Memorandum Circular No. 721-2006 that pertains to regulations in owning & driving an E-bike and stipulated a more safety and enhanced security feature on Light Electric Vehicles.

The new guidelines will help regulate accidents and other concerns such as theft, which happens to be a persistent problem that needs to be solved. Hence, to ensure the security, LTO encourages the public and the e-bike community to register to register their units.

California Electric Bike provides E-Bikes owners a guide to LTO’s updated rule on Light Electric Vehicle.

Source: http://www.lto.gov.ph/motor-vehicle-registration/224-brand-new.html#trans3

Registration of Light Electric Vehicle (LEV) (AO-2006-01)

Requirements:

Commercial Invoice of the vehicle from the country of origin
BOC Certificate of Payment
Certificate of Stock Reported (CSR)
Sales Invoice of MV with Sales evaluation from the Regional Office
PNP-TMG MV Clearance Certificate
Duly accomplished and approved Motor Vehicle Inspection Report (MVIR)
Appropriate insurance certificate of cover
Taxpayer’s Identification Number (TIN)

Procedure:

1. Proceed to the transaction counters and submit all the required documents to the Evaluator for evaluation and computation of fees.
2. Actual inspection of motor vehicles with duly accomplished MVIR. (This form is available for download here. You can accomplish this form prior to transacting your business at the LTO.)
3. Proceed to the Cashier when your name is called for the necessary fees and obtain an Official Receipt (OR).
4. Proceed to the Releasing Counter when your name is called to obtain the Certificate of Registration (CR), plates, stickers, and other requested documents.

Venue
Diliman District Office, Quezon City District Office, Pasay District Office, and Caloocan District Office.

To know more Visit the nearest California Ecobike store and selected CD-R King branches to check the units. For further inquiries visit www.californiaecobike.com, follow them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EcoBikePH/ for updates.

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