Parokya, Abra, 6cyclemind lead ‘Kalingawan’

#Sinulog2018 Press Release
January 18, 2018
Two bands and a popular rapper from Manila lead performers during the Sinulog 2018 weekend evening concerts at the “Kalingawan sa Plaza” at Plaza Independencia.

The five-man alternative Pinoy rock band 6cyclemind performs with Acento Band during January 19, 2018 SMB Night, said Sinulog 2018 marketing team head Steph Señires Villarica.

The 6cyclemind anthem “Fiesta! Magsasaya ang Lahat” aptly captures the fun as they take center stage at the Plaza Independencia to entertain Sinulog 2018 revelers with their alternative OPM rock music.

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Cayetano asked to look into corruption in LGUs

[caption id="attachment_3288" align="aligncenter" width="545"] Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano delivering his keynote speech during the 2013 Sari-Sari Store Festival.[/caption]

Amid exposes of multi-billion scandals at the national level, a Cebu business leader has asked Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano to also look into corruption in local government unit as this hinders the growth in the different areas of our country.

Robert Go, CEO of Prince Warehouse Club (PWC) and director of the Philippine Retailers Association Cebu Chapter, posed the question even as Sen. Cayetano engaged members of the Cebu media during the PWC 8th Sari-Sari Store Festival press conference.

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Annual Sari-Sari Store Fests — linking with grassroots

The Prince Warehouse Club (PWC) has developed a huge network of sari-sari stores -- small, retail businesses owned by micro-entrepreneurs in urban poor communities and middle class subdivisions -- in Metro Cebu. These stores serve as links from big suppliers and the wholesalers to the end consumers.
Sari-sari in the vernacular means 'variety' and these small retail outlets sell canned goods and Instant noodle packs along with non-food items like detergent powder, shampoo and toothpaste in sachets.

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PR campaign key to Diva2Diva hit

Filling up a plush hotel ballroom with 4,000 Cebuanos on a Monday three days before payday proved to be a challenging task when organizers of the Cebu hit Diva2Diva concert began selling tickets during the long 2008 Christmas vacation.
To recall, both Christmas Day and New Year’s Day fell on a Thursday. Considering that the Philippines celebrated Jose Rizal Day – to commemorate the death of the national hero – on December 30, 2008, the whole country experienced the longest Christmas holiday in years.

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