Saturday, October 31, 2015
FatOut contains the revolutionary Sweep and Shred Formula which helps in cleansing your colon and trimming down your fat. Psyllium Husk sweeps and cleans the toxins in your colon, while Green Tea Extract shreds and burns your fat. Other ingredients include: Pu’er Tea Extract which eliminates hard-to-digest fat, Aloe Vera Powder which detoxifies the colon, Alfalfa which nourishes the digestive system and Oat Fiber which suppresses the appetite and burns down your fat. The combination of these ingredients can help you lose the pounds without putting your health at risk. Stand out with FatOut.
FatOut should be taken daily, before every meal, preferably with a warm glass of water. FatOut is available at Mercury Drug and leading drugstores nationwide for P125.00 per capsule.
Friday, October 30, 2015
Why is PMAP an institution in the modeling industry? What is a Modéle?
In response to what they believed were conditions in the fashion-modeling industry that needed to be professionalized, top-caliber models founded the Professional Models Association of the Philippines, or PMAP, in 1987. They sought for reasonable working hours and standardized compensation for model bookings. “As a union we are vocal with our rights. As an association, we have a vision of what we want to become in the future,” says one of the original members, Tina Maristela-Ocampo, who co-founded the organization with co-models Ronnie Asuncion and Robert David.
PMAP is the very first of its kind in Asia, and probably the world. It is the only organization of models run by models themselves, each confident of their own talents, abilities and capabilities to manage and plan their modeling careers. Established on February 11, 1987, the PMAP aims to “uplift, protect and professionalize the modeling industry in the Philippines, and to develop and stabilize, national and international awareness, participation, involvement and competition in the field of modeling.”
The PMAP served as a key force in the development and upgrading of the local modeling industry, with the firm belief that as a united group, models can band and work together for their own protection and progress. Contrary to some beliefs, the PMAP is not an agency but a cross between an association and a union of models. Succeeding members of PMAP have sought to maintain and improve these standards, seeking the professional services of legal and financial consultants.
PMAP male and female models are distinguished for their physical attributes (clear skin, healthy hair, great height and good looks) as well as their overall attitude and disposition. They are well paid, high profile and top of mind among designers and clients.
More often than not, a PMAP model has a prominent place in the industry. Their faces are splashed across top fashion magazine covers, national advertisements, international commercials and fashion shows here and abroad.
They are trailblazers (Tina Maristela, Tetta Ortiz, Suyene Chi, Leo Rabago, JB Abesamis, Annette Coronel); beauty queens (Izza Gonzalez, Desiree Verdadero, Marilen Espino, Abbygala Arenas, Gem Padilla, Mafae Yunon, Valerie Wiegmann); icons (Tweetie de Leon, Patty Bettita, Marina Benipayo, Denden Abesamis, Wilma Doesnt) and a roster of celebrities (Eric Quizon, John Estrada, Ornussa Cadness, Sanya Smith, Phoemela Baranda).
On its 28th year, PMAP is on the hunt to discover and mentor aspiring or experienced models with immense potential to become the next Filipino model archetype and influence the course of professional modeling in the Philippines. Girls must at least be 5’8 tall with a waistline of 24 inches, while the boys must at least be 5’11 tall.
A Modéle Philippines can advance any designer’s vision. He or she possesses fierce catwalk skills, a compelling editorial presence, a memorable screen register and a strong social media following.
This game-changing project employs a tripartite arrangement among the entities of Zen Institute (presenter) and A Concept (producer) and legendary designer/model discover Renee Salud in partnership with PMAP.
Together, their vision is to be “the inspiring trailblazers in the Philippine fashion industry that provide a premiere competition platform and opportunities to individuals who best represent what a professional Filipino model is and what Philippine modeling is in the global arena.”
Their mission is to “discover, develop, and nurture Filipino individuals to become models of influence who represent the Filipino image of excellence through our competitions. We create continuous opportunities for our professional models in order to achieve excellence and secure a great future, thus contribute to our country’s positive image and progress.”
The first Modèle Philippines winner will receive a high level of exposure in the modeling world, the opportunity to work with the industry’s best, a one-year endorsement contract with Zen Institute, a fashion spread in a top fashion magazine, free trip to Thailand and a cash prizes.
For Reference: Ana Manansala
Sunday, October 18, 2015
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Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Regroe, pioneer in the hair regrowth industry in the Philippines, will give cool prizes to its valued customers and followers in celebration of its 28th Anniversary.
1. Like Minoxidil Regroe‘s official Facebook page or Follow Regroe’s Instagram account @minoxidilregroe
a. You can either like or follow or do both for more chances of winning.
2. Share this photo publicly and tag us and 3 of your friends with a hashtag #RegroeAt28
a. You can share the photo as many as you can
3. Four lucky winners will win Php 3,000 worth of Dermclinic Gift Certificates.
a. 2 winners from Facebook and 2 winners from Instagram
4. Promo runs from October 5, 2015 to October 30, 2015.
5. Winners will be announced on October 31, 2015 thru their Facebook page and Instagram account and will receive a personal message.
6. Winners can claim their prizes at Regroe’s Head office in Makati.
Meanwhile, Regroe is the very first to use Minoxidil in its formulation. Created by the JLC Miller & Co., Inc this formulation is approved by both US and Phil FDA. Minoxidil Regroe is available in 3%, 5% and 6% in all leading Drugstores and selected Department Stores nationwide.
To know more about this contest, follow Regroe’s official Facebook page www.facebook.com/Minoxidil-Regroe and Regroe’s Instagram account @minoxidilregroe.
Monday, October 5, 2015
Twitter announced a partnership with leading television network ABS-CBN and McDonald’s through Twitter Amplify, a sponsorship package that allows the global foodservice retailer to extend its brand presence and reach targeted audiences following the UAAP Cheerdance Championship in the Philippines on October 3, 2015.
The first Twitter Amplify deal of its kind in the region, starting tomorrow ABS-CBN will tweet live content, including videos of the cheerleading action from the annual competition which McDonald’s @McDo_PH, will be running a series of Promoted Tweets against, supported by Twitter’s Auto Amplify. Apart from being at the live event, students from the eight competing universities cheering for their teams can watch the competition on television, follow #UAAPCDC2015 conversations on Twitter and tweet #McDoBonFries for a chance to win free fries for their school.
Twitter Amplify enables media organizations and brands to capture the excitement on television and distribute it to audiences across Twitter, far beyond their existing followers, even across the globe. Audiences can immediately relive that moment or experience it for the first time on their mobile phones while they engage in Twitter conversations.
“We are pleased to have ABS-CBN and McDonald’s come on board as our first Twitter Amplify partners in Southeast Asia, paving the way for development in the region,” says Marie Sornin, Head of International Development, Content Partnerships and Twitter Amplify. “This Twitter Amplify partnership in support of the cheerdance championship is an excellent opportunity to connect with the youth of Philippines through creative and premium video content.”
"We are excited to participate in this first of its kind digital execution in the region together with Twitter and McDonald’s,” affirms Dr. Donald L. Lim, Chief Digital Officer, ABS-CBN Corporation. “The UAAP Cheerdance Competition has always been the most talked and tweeted about event in Philippines collegiate sports, as both students and alumni tune in and rally for their alma mater on Twitter every year. We are proud to spearhead this joint innovation between the biggest players in the digital space as we all aim to create more meaningful engagements between our brands and our audiences."
“McDonald's is pleased to partner Twitter and ABS-CBN in a cross-platform campaign that allows students from competing universities to experience the annual cheerdance competition at the live event, on television and on Twitter. Students can show their support for their teams by tweeting a chance to win #McDoBonFries for their school. While the universities compete on ground, the adrenaline continues in the Twitterverse,” adds Margot Torres, Senior VP Marketing, McDonald's Philippines.