Monthly Archives: August 2017

12,000 Runners For Manila and Davao – Nutrilite Health Run

 

 

Makati, Philippines—August 16, 2017—Nutrilite™, world’s No. 1 selling vitamins and dietary supplements brand, is hosting the 5th edition of its annual Nutrilite™ Health Run, a national initiative that advocates wellness and healthy living.

This year, Nutrilite™ aims to gather more than 12,000 runners in Manila and Davao.

“Amway advocates a holistic, healthy, and active lifestyle. We are committed to our advocacy to encourage more people to prioritize their personal wellness. We want more people to live healthy by eating right, taking the right supplements, and being active. Our annual Nutrilite™ Health Run is our proof of providing a health sustaining activity for all,” said Leni Olmedo, Country Manager, Amway Philippines.

This year’s Nutrilite™ Health Run will cover four categories—1K, 5K, 10K, and 21K respectively. It will kick off in Manila on October 15 at the SM Mall of Asia Complex Grounds. This will be followed by the Davao leg, which will be held on October 29 at the at SM Ecoland.

“This year, we are adding the 21K together with the other distances. We acknowledge the fact that Filipino runners want to challenge themselves. That is why having this distance as part of the race, participants are assured with first class race organization, management and, more importantly on the safety of our event. We partnered with RUNRIO, Events, Inc. to bring just the best experience for them. The run is something we are highly committed to as we continue to encourage healthy and active lifestyle among the Filipino community,” Olmedo added.

All 21K Finishers will receive a Finisher’s Medal and Finisher’s Shirt. The 1st 21K runner to cross the finish line, on the other hand, will get a P20,000 Cash Prize while the 1st 10K Finisher will get a P10,000 Cash Prize.

During the race proper, runners will have the chance to win exciting raffle prizes and experience Amway Brands through the Race Ville Expo. The event will also highlight the live performance of Sponge Cola, a notable supporter, and participant in the Nutrilite™ Health Run.

Meanwhile, to help the participants prepare for the run, a Free Running Clinic will be held at the Ayala Triangle Gardens in Makati City every Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 pm to 9 pm starting this August 16. The same activity will also be held at the People’s Park in Davao City every Tuesdays and Thursdays starting on September 5.

The registration fee for the health run is PhP250, for the 1K, 5K, and 10K, and PhP850 for the 21K, respectively. All the participating runners will also get free Nutrilite™ Health Run shirt and race bib.

Registration is open until October 13, 2017, in all Amway Distribution Centers (Makati, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, and Davao) or online through amway.com.phor runrio.com. In-store registration for select Toby’s Stores in Manila will start on August 28.

Gun time is 5:30 am for 1K, 5:30 am for 5k, 5:00 am for 10k and 3:30 am for the 21K distances respectively.

The proceeds of the run will go to the Amway One By One Campaign for Children, a program initiated by the company in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd). This program is in line with the government agency’s “Adopt-A-School Program” (ASP), which seeks to promote literacy through storytelling.

Since 2015, Amway’s campaign has completed six library projects that benefited more than 10, 000 students annually in six beneficiary schools nationwide. Among these schools are:

•    Francisco Benitez Elementary School, Makati City

•    South City Central Elementary School, Cagayan de Oro City

•    Carreta Elementary School, Cebu City

•    Urdaneta South City Central Elementary, School, Pangasinan City

•    Highway Hills Integrated Elementary, School, Mandaluyong City

•    Lacson Elementary School, Davao City

•    Rafael Palma Elementary School, City of Manila

Nutrilite™ is exclusively distributed by Amway Philippines.

Showing Moral Support To SEA Games Athletes in 2017

Southeast Asian Games na next week. Kuala Lumpur ang venue. Pupunta sana ako kung wala lang naka assign sa akin na work orders.

It has been rough for the Pinoy athletes this week, after the Gilas winning in basketball, while TNC Pro Team and Execration losses in Dota2; everyone is hungry for a continuous victory, at sana makuha natin ang medals sa Sea Games.

Our athletes need us.

AirAsia sponsors for the 29th SEA Games. Go Pinas! Laban!

AirAsia sponsors for the 29th SEA Games. Go Pinas! Laban!

Thanks Comco

Thanks Comco

Naalala ko yung mommy ko, nagli-leave pa siya sa work para lang mapanood ako mag sack race sa Intrams ng school. Grabe moral support na ganun. Just like that, AirAsia is inviting us to be supportive to our athletes.

Paano tayo susuporta?

A series of videos made for the #DaretoDream initiativebtell us the challenges and joys of Alyssa Valdez, Jessie Lacuna, and Marestella Torres-Sunang of Volleyball, swimming, and long jump competitions respectively. Michele Gumabao will be hosting the series hosted on Facebook.

A simple comment would raise their morale. Yung pagshare mo rin ng content para makita ng 4,265 friends mo sa fb ay malaking tulong na rin.

The Facebook page to follow is http://www.facebook.com/AiraAsiaPH

salamat Draft para sa Food.

salamat Draft para sa Food.

follow @gumabaomichele on IG and TW for her personal updates

follow @gumabaomichele on IG and TW for her personal updates

Game highlights and team standings will be closely monitored by AirAsia’s #DaretoDream campaign.

with swimmer, Jessie Lacuna and Nadine from AirAsia

with swimmer, Jessie Lacuna and Nadine from AirAsia

with #DareToDream Web series host Michele Gumabao (@gumabaomichele)

with #DareToDream Web series host Michele Gumabao (@gumabaomichele)

At sana, this would touch the hearts of our aspiting athletes to strive more and fly high, with AirAsia.

Lahat Pwede Bawiin, Pag Sinabi Mo JOKE LANG

Ang pakikipaglaban ay everyday.
Ang Pagsuko ay once lang.
Pero lahat pwedeng bawiin,
Pag sinabi mo, JOKE LANG!

J-O-K-E  L-A-N-G

Napakamakapangyarihan ng dalawang salita na ito. Pwede kang makipagbiruan, o makipagseryosohan, then bitawan mo ang trap card na parang si Yugi-oh – joke lang.

  • Galit na galit ka na sa jowa mo, bigla mong nabitawan yung salitang “BREAK NA TAYO!” Pero hindi mo naman talaga gustong makipag-break, kaya “Joke Lang.”
  • Dudukutan mo dapat yung naka backpack na kuya sa overpass ng Quezon Ave pero lumingon siya, at nahuli niya yung mga daliri mo na nakahawak sa zipper ng bag niya, sasabihin mo na lang, “Joke Lang.”
  • Mainit yung kanin pero gutom na gutom ka na, pagsubo mo ng isang kutsarang kanin, napaso ang dila mo. Iluluwa mo ang kanin, “Joke Lang.”
  • Lumiko ka sa No Left Turn. Nahuli ka ng MMDA, “Joke Lang.”
  • Nakipag-diskusyon ka tungkol sa pagbabalot ng pagkain pag may pinuntahan kang event, pero ginagawa mo rin naman to pag naimbita ka sa fiesta. “Joke Lang.”

Subukan mo gumawa ng mga krimen, tapos sabihin mo, “Joke Lang.” Pag hindi natuwa yung biniro mo, mato-tokhang ka.

tupperware, photo for attention only

tupperware, photo for attention only

Basta ako, seryoso ako… Joke Lang.

 

Millenials Get Hurt Pag Ginawa Mo Sa Kanila Ito

Panahon na ng mga millenials. Makabago na, at kung may kagalit kang millenial, dapat alam mo kung ano ang nakaka-hurt sa kanya.

Na-Hurt ako dun ah

Na-Hurt ako dun ah

Nakikinig ako kagabi ke Papa Jackson at Kuya Chico sa 106.7 kagabi. Para sa hindi nakakaalam, nasa Energy FM na po yung dalawa. Si Papa Jackson yung dating Papa Jack ng Love Radio. Si Kuya Chico naman yung dating Chico Loco ng Yes FM! Kinupkop na sila ng Strata 2000 at ni Mam Becca.

Isa sa mga caller ni Papa Jackson e may problema dun sa jowa niya. LDR daw kasi sila. Alam mo naman sa LDR, precious ang bawat line ng communication; at ang pinakamurang line of communication ay ang Facebook.

Kaya naman ang reklamo nung caller e yung jowa niya na kada na lang mag-aaway sila ay hindi lang siya ina-unfriend, bina-block pa. Dahil nga LDR sila, hindi mapuntahan ni kuya ang kanyang jowa. Kapag ganito, kung anu-ano ang pumapasok sa isip mo dahil feeling mo, nabura na sa mundo mo ang jowa mo. Walang trace ng pictures, walang pasts, walang daily photos. Hindi mo na alam ang likes niya, ang common friends niyo, at kung bakat pa rin ang nipple niya sa kanyang swimsuit attire nung summer of 2014.

Burado na siya sa mundo.

Well, sa mundo mo… Dahil nga, naka-block ka!

Gagawa ka tuloy ng 2nd Facebook account para lang makapag-stalk, malaman mo kung totoo nga o bangungot lang na wala na siya. Mas mahu-hurt ka. Sasaktan mo ang sarili mo. Para sa akin, ito ang modern day laslas.

Hahaba pa to.

Pero ang punto ko dito, di ba na-hurt ka kapag ina-unfriend ka? Mas malalim pa ang sugat pag naka-block ka.

Ganyan saktan ang mga millenials. Yung pinsan ko na walang Facebook, walang paki-alam kung iba-block mo siya. Sa kanya kasi, naka-block na kayong lahat bago mo pa siya ma-block.

Sa susunod na may kaaway ako, hindi ako maglalabas ng kutsilyo na parang nakainom lang sa kanto ng Barangay 360, Sta. Cruz, Manila. Sasabihin ko na lang, “Ia-UNFRIEND KITA SA FACEBOOK!”

Mahu-hurt yun, pramis!

Dahil magiging 4,394 na lang ang Facebook friends niya.