Cuteness Overload: #BabyMarathon Celebrates Lazada’s 2nd Super Brand Day with Pampers

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It’s no secret that babies are unstoppable at play. In fact, they can run the equivalent of a marathon in a week! The only thing hampering their fun: wet,lawlaw diapers.
 
To celebrate the babies’ prowess, Southeast Asia’s biggest e-commerce portal Lazada and the world’s top-selling diaper brand Pampers, are joining hands to produce the first-ever virtual #BabyMarathon.
 
This one-of-a-kind feat is part of the Pampers x Lazada Super Brand Day, which will take place on August 29. For one day only, Super Brand Day allows customers to discover the best of what a brand offers, which include exclusive vouchers, limited edition products at its best prices and even offline events.
   

Be Part of the Record-Breaking #BabyMarathon with Seve 
The 42-minute #BabyMarathon video montage, which will be aired on August 29, will feature hundreds of babies and toddlers in the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Singapore, all “running” in a relay race. In the final video, parents may even find their children racing alongside Seve, son of Filipino celebrity and Pampers ambassador Toni Gonzaga.
 
There will be five winners in the Philippines who get a chance to win a 6-month supply of Pampers diapers plus a grand winner of Php 30,000 cash. 
 

Ready, get set, go!
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Di Na Muli Official Music Video Press Release

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Di Na Muli was written in 2016 by long-time friends Jazz Nicolas and Wally Acolola. They entered the song into the 5th Philippine Popular (PhilPop) Music Festival, performed by The Itchyworms, where it won the grand prize. Now, in 2018, the song has been given new life in the official soundtrack of the hit film Sid & Aya (Not A Love Story) (Viva Films, starring Dingdong Dantes and Anne Curtis, directed by Irene Villamor).

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Pop-Up Bazaar 2018

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Publicity is very important and a must for entrepreneurs. The Main Event presents Pop-Up Bazaar 2018 where local and online entrepreneurs in Leyte, newbie or not collaborate to publicize their business and cater products and services to a broader market as well as interact with potential customers offline. Pop-Up Bazaar 2018 is a combination of a shopping, meet and greet and learning activities where our special guests Andrea Brillantes and Lissa Kahayon share some helpful guides and tips on blogging/vlogging especially for beginners. This is a 2 day event where local online sellers of Leyte promotes their products and services. Shop, learn and have fun with us plus enjoy lots of freebies from participating stores, save the dates and join us.

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Moose Gear Summer Play Camp 2018: A Fun Filled Experience

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When school is out, the camp is in for children to get involved so that they learn new things and gain experiences. Moose Gears summer play camp 2018 ended last May 20, 2018, and it was a day filled with fun and laughter. As parents, one of the things we love to hear most is the laughter of our children. And that was what echoed throughout the whole activity center of SM Dasmarinas Cavite.

Moose Gear has been a pioneer when it comes to excellent quality children’s clothing from ages 1-12 years old and has been in the business since 1987- a span of three decades in total! It is great to know that they are also providing avenues like this for children’s talents to shine through. It was, however, more than a talent show. It was also an event where kids learn while playing with other kids. The workshop is geared to discover, cultivate and enhance kids talent, with the intention of helping build their confidence so that they can also shine like our Moose Gear & Moose Girl endorsers.

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DISPELLING MYTHS: YOUR CHILD IS NOT BOBO A DYSLEXIA AWARENESS AND INTERVENTION SUMMIT

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No parent would ever want to see his child struggle in school much more in the area of reading—the very core foundation to learning every subject there is in school. This is far worse for the child. The fear of being labelled and teased as stupid, dumb and slow is something he has to face and live with every single day. It could even be aggravated by his teacher’s perception of his condition: lazy, not trying hard enough, unfocused, and absent-minded. The fear even becomes bigger when the school strongly implies that the child is simply a poor student.

There’s got to be a way out. What could be the real reasons behind his difficulty in reading? What can be done to help a child who struggles in reading?

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