Thursday, August 10, 2017

GetGo partners with SM Hotels for rewarding stays and free getaways!

GetGo Loyalty Division general manager Nik Laming and SM Hotels and Conventions Corp. executive vice president Peggy Angeles seal the partnership during the MOA signing.

Spending a relaxing day or a week at some of the country’s luxurious hotels is now even more rewarding as GetGo, the lifestyle rewards program of Cebu Pacific, partners with SM Hotels and Conventions Corp. to bring its members closer to free flights to their dream destinations!

GetGo members can earn rewards points when they call Taal Vista Hotel at (02) 917-8225, Radisson Blu Cebu at (032) 402-9900, Park Inn by Radisson Davao at (82) 272-7600, Park Inn by Radisson Clark at (45) 598-7000, or Pico Sands Hotel at (02) 464-7800, to book a stay based on qualified room rates. Members need to mention their GetGo number when booking and present their cards upon check-in.

"We are very excited to launch this partnership with SM Hotels as it offers more relaxing and rewarding ways for our members to earn GetGo points, towards availing of free Cebu Pacific flights," said Nik Laming, GetGo Loyalty Division general manager.

“We are excited to partner with Cebu Pacific through its loyalty program, GetGo. Cebu Pacific is heralded as the leader in innovation and creativity in the country’s aviation industry. Since its foundation more than two decades ago, it has been one of the stalwarts in the promotion of Philippine tourism, a passion shared by our hotel properties," said Peggy Angeles, SM Hotels and Conventions Corp. executive vice president.

For more information on memberships and partners, visit www.getgo.com.ph, or call +632 71-GETGO (43846). The latest updates are also on GetGoPH's official pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Win the hearts of hungry millennials with Bounty Fresh Saucy ToriKaraage



Bounty Fresh, one of the country’s leading poultry brands, has launched its newest product, the Saucy ToriKaraage, through a preview of its digital advertisement (www.facebook.com/bountyfreshchicken/videos/10154653286978379/) at the recent Manila Masters eSports Tournament.

The online video—which shows how to win a guy the “Saucy way”—revolves around a young millennial couple, where the man, intensely focused on playing DoTA, is being wooed by his lady love to take a break and have something to eat. And through the irresistible qualities of the Bounty Fresh Saucy ToriKaraage, the busy gamer was instantly swayed into devouring the delicious food she effortlessly whipped-up, the “Saucy way”.

Made of 100% all-natural chicken meat, the lean and tender meal is the irresistibly sumptuous quick fix that today’s young professionals need. With a preparation and cooking time of only 7 to 8 minutes, hungry, on-the-go individuals can enjoy a good-quality chicken meal without worrying about focusing on their current activities.

Bounty Fresh Saucy ToriKaraage comes in two delightful flavors—Teriyaki and Sweet and Sour sauces—ready to satisfy the appetites of fast-paced Filipinos. Indeed, whether you’re a gamer, one with a busy lifestyle, or just a regular millennial, Bounty Fresh has got you covered as it’s always ready to win you over the “Saucy Way” with the Saucy ToriKaraage, Saucy Sarap in an Instant!

Bounty Fresh Saucy Torikaraage is now available in leading supermarkets nationwide.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Cebu Pacific to provide airlift support to wounded soldiers, cops in Marawi


Image credit: www.cebupacificair.com

Cebu Pacific Air (PSE: CEB) will be providing airlift support to military and police personnel wounded in action (WIA) in Marawi City. On top of the free airlift on Cebu Pacific flights, the WIA government troops will also get baggage allowance of up to 40 kilograms.

In cooperation with the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP), this initiative aims to augment air support by the Philippine Air Force by helping move wounded government troops from field hospitals in the area to larger medical facilities of the AFP and PNP. Through this, field medical stations can be declogged, giving way for wounded soldiers and police personnel who need immediate medical attention.

"It is with deep gratitude that we accept this kind gesture of support by Cebu Pacific led by its President and CEO, Mr Lance Gokongwei, in the airlift of our heroes Wounded in Action in Marawi. This will not just afford our troops immediate treatment in hospitals that offer better facilities to aid their speedy recovery, but a meaningful gesture to make your Soldiers, Airmen, Sailors, and Marines feel that their sacrifices are being recognized and appreciated," says Marine Colonel Edgard Arevalo, Chief of the AFP's Public Affairs Office.

The officers and rank-and-file of the Philippine National Police and our families are grateful for this magnanimous expression of kindness and compassion by the management of Cebu Pacific to provide life-saving medical evacuation to policemen who are wounded in fighting local terrorists in Mindanao. This is not the first time that Cebu Pacific extended a helping hand to our troops. We cannot thank them enough for keeping the Filipino spirit of ‘Bayanihan’ alive in such crucial time of emergency,” says Police Chief Superintendent Dionardo Carlos, Chief of the PNP Public Information Office.

WIA government troops who are fit enough for commercial flights can be accommodated on Cebu Pacific flights from Cagayan de Oro (Laguindingan Airport), and flown to any CEB domestic destination. Currently, Cebu Pacific has direct flights from Cagayan de Oro to Bacolod; Tagbilaran, Bohol; Cebu; Davao; Iloilo and Manila. By July 26, CEB will also fly direct between Cagayan de Oro and Zamboanga City.

On top of the airlifting of WIA government troops, CEB is also airlifting cargo of relief goods and other humanitarian assistance for affected residents. Donors may coordinate with the GMA Kapuso Foundation or the Philippine Business for Social Progress for packing and transport arrangements of their donated goods.

Cebu Pacific will continue to provide free cargo support for relief goods and other essential items for displaced residents of Marawi City  and adjacent areas from various organizations, most notably the Department of Social Welfare and Development. These include food and water; medicines; bandages; clothing and other necessities. The airline has provided equipment support to the Office of Civil Defense in the transport of humanitarian assistance.