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Posted On: 10 March 2010 05:06 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:10 pm

Philippine Independence Day celebration launched

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This year’s celebration of Philippine Independence has been successfully launched, thanks to the support of Filipino event organisers who are expert in the field. ATI Produksyon and Beats & Bytes Production, both community partners of the Philippine Mission here recently managed and directed the launching of the 112th Philippine Independence Day Celebration at Millennium Hotel. The launching ceremony of Philippine Independence celebration was a unique activity focusing on community partners and sponsors who will be supporting the big event from June 11 to 12 this year. “This year’s launching was uniformly conceptualised starting from the title, teaser, venue design and branding opportunities of sponsors,” said ATI Produksyon Head Adonis Canonicato. Beats and Bytes Production heads Vheng Dimayuga and Ericson Victorino said programme direction and implementation flowed smoothly and best of all, the programme was concise and staging was perfectly executed. The event performers Farenhyt Band led by Angel Aquino and Banyuhay Dancers headed by Mr and Mrs Alex Alamares gave the programme a fresh approach. A celebrity wall was also managed by community partner Alliance of Doha Jarheads, the official photographers of the event. Philippine Independence Day Organizing Committee (PINOC) Chairman Frank Jamandre and Programme Event Head Leah Maranan were glad to be aligned with these two active Filipino event organisations as it helped them implement the 2010 plans for the launching of the Filipino community event, with the help of community partners and sponsors, GMA7, Western Union, Mowasalat and Kanoo Freight. For sponsorship and support, contact Frank Jamandre at 552-2623 and Banjo Patron at 720-7928.