Posts Tagged ‘ABS-CBN

18
May
15

Gadget Review: ABS-CBN TVplus

You may have seen the commercials about this “magical black box” that’s supposed to change the way you watch your TV, but what is ABS-CBN TVplus exactly?  Well, I bought one to find out and here’s my review.

ABS-CBN TVplus

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25
Sep
13

ABS-CBN Stages Simultaneous 5-City “One Run, One Philippines”

(Press Release) Thousands of participants are expected to take part in the “One Run, One Philippines,” the five-city simultaneous advocacy run of ABS-CBN in the Philippines and the United States this October 6 as part of ABS-CBN’s 60th anniversary celebration.

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27
Apr
12

Run for a Scholar

On May 27, the American Chamber Foundation Philippines in partnership with Chevron Philippines, will be “racing” to give those underprivileged kids a better future through the “Run for a Scholar” charity event at the 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City.

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11
Oct
10

10.10.10 Run Makes History

Congratulations to all the participants of the recently concluded 10.10.10 Run for Pasig River!  Apparently you’re all now part of history!  Initial figures from SyCip, Gorres, Velayo & Co. (SGV), the country’s biggest accounting firm, placed the total number of official race starters at 116,812, and that does not include unofficial (“bandit”) runners!  The SGV figure will break Philippine marks and the Guinness World Record of 110,000 runners at the “Bay to Breakers” race in San Francisco, California in 1988.

(Credit: ABS-CBN News)

Source: ABS-CBN News

See Also: Pinoys set world record for Pasig run

29
Apr
10

10.10.10 Run for Pasig River

ABS-CBN Foundation in its sustaining effort for Kapit Bisig Para sa Ilog Pasig launched the MALINAW Advocacy on April 15, 2010.

As a clear call-to-action to inspire Filipinos from all walks of life, the MALINAW advocacy aims to bring back the glory of Pasig River and mobilizes the whole populace into action.  It’s a yearning we’ve all clamored for—a Pasig River that is clean and sustainable for present and future generations.

As a milestone to this advocacy, the 10.10.10. RUN FOR PASIG RIVER aims to raise awareness and funds for the river.  Among ABS-CBN Foundation’s initiatives to restore the Pasig River, the 10.10.10 Run for the Pasig River is more than a run, it’s a social movement.

The 10.10.10 Run for Pasig River is targeting 101,010 runners from different sectors—the largest run ever conceptualized and to be actualized in the world—including government offices, schools, business corporations, and many more that will give their support and join the rally for the Pasig.

Surely, the Filipinos, yet again, may turn the heads of the Guinness Book of World Records.

It will consist of four major starting points—SM Mall of Asia (3K), CCP Complex (5K), and Makati (10K), all converging to one finish line at the SM Mall of Asia where a grand celebration will also be held after to cap-off this epic movement!

Everyone is invited to save the Pasig River and prove, once again, that the Filipino can stand, or in this case run together for one good cause.

On 10.10.10, save the date!  Save the river.

Run for Pasig River

When: October 10, 2010
Where: Various starting points depending on event

  • 3K: SM Mall of Asia
  • 5K: CCP Complex
  • 10K: Makati

All events converge at the SM Mall of Asia

Registration: P250

You may download the registration form here or register online here.

Race Routes

Here are the race routes for 10K, 5K, and 3K:

For more information about this event visit http://www.101010runforpasigriver.com.

See Also: 10.10.10 Run Makes History




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