Due to insistent Cream-O-holic demand, Cream-O is extending the deadline for the submission of entries for the How Do You Cream-O? online video-making contest to September 30, 2008.
How Do You Cream-O? is open to all Cream-O munchers who can capture on video the most unique and creative way of eating Cream-O. Entries should be submitted online through the Cream-O website, www.creamoholics.com. Video clips must not exceed 1 minute, must not be larger than 5 MB, and should be in MOV, AVI or WMV format. All entries will be posted on the website and winners will be determined by the number of votes they get online and score from the panel of judges.
High-tech gadgets are at stake for the best entries. A MacBook Pro awaits the lucky grand winner, the first runner-up will take home an iPod Nano, and the second runner-up will win a Canon Powershot A470.
Be as creative as you can be with Cream-O and you can be a step away from owning your dream gadget. Visit www.creamoholics.com for more information.
Per DOH-BFAD Permit No.0712 s. 2008
Dynamite double-flavored candy teams up with the hip music television channel, MYX, to celebrate youth power in several hot campuses with the loudest cheer ever – MYX Slam Jam 2008.
The exciting teen event recently made the rounds of various universities and colleges in Metro Manila, bringing with it a dynamic and youthful vibe through a grand music fest. The fun-filled gathering featured the hottest student bands and the coolest MYX VJs.
“May every sunrise hold more promise, every moonlight hold more peace.” — Anon
Some people open each day with hope and optimism. Certain remarkable individuals take it even a step further, as they generously spread hope to those around them.
Just like Benjamin Abadiano. A winner of the 2004 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership, he found his passion in serving Indigenous People (IP). Benjamin lived with the Mangyans of Mindoro for nine years. He helped educate them, encouraged them to appreciate and affirm their native culture, thereby instilling in them a sense of self-dignity.
Possessing a sense of self-worth is a genuine form of wealth. A sense of worth and self-respect can help change the direction of one’s life… as it did for some women from the urban poor community of Payatas.