Photography Workshop at Robinsons Abreeza
Robinsons Mall Lobby
1. For every Php 500 worth of purchase from any Robinsons Stores (Robinsons Supermarket, Robinsons Appliances, Handyman and Saizen) a customer is entitled to register to Robinsons Abreeza Photography Workshop on May 24,2013 from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Only a maximum of 40 participants will be accommodated.
3. Bring your own camera.
4. Wear black during the workshop for identification purposes.
Speaker: Jojie Alcantara, Journalist/Artist/Multi-awarded Photographer
Ayala Business Club of Davao presents
Hour RUN 2
For the Benefit of Children’s Hour
June 2, 2013
Abreeza Mall Davao
Register for 3k, 5k, and 10k at Php 350 with singlet and Php 200 without singlet.
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