15
Jul
08

Bloggers at Ponds Event in Taste Asia

Last July 4, Taste Asia at Mall of Asia hosted a Ponds Event that featured one of Pond’s products, the Age Miracle Cream. Bloggers were invited to participate in the event, giving away a small free trial casing of their age-miracle cream product. Catered food and drinks were also given to the guests, as well as performances and prizes for the game participants.

It was a nice event. Decorations were amazing, with food and wine being served to the guests.

I’m glad that I went to event. Mom brought me and my sister with her to the event, and she introduced us to a lot of her online blogger friends, including Aileen Apolo (Head of Google Philippines). I also bumped into an Ateneo friend of mine who introduced me to her friends. I spent the rest of the evening conversing with these friends from Ateneo, DLSU, etc. We were a real lively group where we were standing. We talked about a lot of things regarding school, jobs and video games.

Ren and Fiel are new bloggers who opened a new site called rarelyordered.com, which talks about trying new and unique foods most people are afraid to try. Foodistas in the making.

Marcel and Jay are magicians, entertainers and hosts.

Cybs, my Ateneo friend who attended as a guest in the event.

With some of the young bloggers I met at the event. Dresden Doll (utmost right).

Picture above credited to my mom.

More pictures here.

I look forward to more blogging/blogger events, and new oppurtunities to meet new people.

P.S. I’m trying the Ponds Age-Miracle cream product given to me at the event. Might probably blog about it’s effectivity in a few weeks.

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3 Responses to “Bloggers at Ponds Event in Taste Asia”


  1. July 15, 2008 at 8:33 pm

    Thanks for coming to the event! Sali ka ng contest ha, deadline’s on July 18 =)

  2. September 8, 2009 at 11:12 am

    Aw I missed this event. Your blog is right on!

    Jason Zenteno


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