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Abreeza Mall Davao Job Fair on January 25-26

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Category: Events Posted: Saturday, January 15th, 2011

The Accendo Commercial Group in partnership with the City Government of Davao and PESO Davao will be having a two-day job fair that will run from January 25 to 26, 2011 at the Almendras Gymnasium.

The event is in preparation for the opening of Abreeza Mall this coming May 2011. Robinsons Retail Group is just one of the merchants who will be present in the job fair.

It is recommended that applicants must dress smartly and bring extra copies of resume and other necessary documents.

Here is the list of mall tenants that will participate in the upcoming job fair:

1. Robinsons Retail Group
2. Suyen Corporation (BENCH)
3. KFC-Phils.
4. Accendo Commercial Corp and APRISA
5. Green Apple Dental
6. Plains and Prints, Bayo , Sanuk and Figaro
7. Executive Optical
8. Jewels by Allison
9. Artwork
10. Carrije Tours and Travel
11. M2 Fashions International Inc.
12. Magnifico_Jeans Inc. (Wrangler Phil.)
13. Loalde
14. Aikontech Corporation (Nokia Care)
15. Mt. Apo Travel
16. Cushe and Hush Puppies
17. Hairzone Salon and Spa Professional by Angelo Falconi III
18. S. Herrera Bros. Inc.
19. Lacoste Footwear/ Paris Hilton Handbag & Accessories
20. National Bookstore
21. Payless Shoe Source
22. Red Ribbon Bakeshop Inc.
23. Rustan Specialty Concepts, Inc.
24. Time Depot Inc.
25. Retail Special Inc.
26. Quorom International Inc.
27. Fullybooked
28. Multisports Inc.
29. Ayala Property Management Corp.
30. Mango
31. California Clothing Inc. (Guess? USA)
32. Chikaan
33. Maldita Marketing Sales Inc.
34. Spectacy Concepts Inc. and Sun Glass Hut Inc.
35. Anflo Resort Dev’t Corp. (Pearl Farm Beach Resort)
36. Venice 66 Fashions Inc.
37. JVS Worldwide, Inc. (THE BODY SHOP)
38. Bambu Retail Ventures Inc.
39. Celine
40. 8telcom Inc.
41. Conceirge – TAHJ Management Services Inc.
42. Abenson Inc.
43. Martish Marketing Co.
44. Adidas Philippines Inc.
45. Mobile Networks
46. Newtrends Int’l Corp.
47. Cinderella Marketing Corp.
48. Bigby’s
49. Banana Telecommunications Inc.
50. Silicon Valley
51. Mendrez
52. Mooon Café
53. Maze

Davao City Celebrates 73rd Araw ng Dabaw

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Category: Events Posted: Monday, March 15th, 2010

Araw ng Dabaw

Araw ng Dabaw Celebration


Davao City is celebrating its 73rd Anniversary with this year’s theme “Katatagan ay Kapangyarihan: Pagpapatibay at Pagdiriwang” (Stability is Power: Affirmation and Celebration!) and is commemorated every 16th day of the month of March. This annual celebration upholds the unity of every people of Davao. Numerous activities are inline as a way of celebrating the city’s charter anniversary.

Different and exciting events are scheduled to give fun and remarkable experience to the people of Davao and visitors. Major activities are as follows:

Mutya Ng Dabaw Coronation
The five finalists were finally chosen to vie for the prestigious Mutya ng Dabaw 2010 crown. The said candidates will compete for the titles Sinag ng Dabaw, Patnubay ng Dabaw, Pag-asa ng Dabaw, Diwa ng Dabaw and the 2010 Mutya ng Dabaw.
Date Start: 15th, March 2010
Date End: 15th, March 2010
Venue: CAP Auditorium

Thanksgiving Mass
Date Start: 16th, March 2010
Date End: 16th, March 2010
Venue: San Pedro Cathedral

Parada Dabawenyo
A parade along the major streets in Davao and is participated by the different socio-civic organization.
Date Start: 16th, March 2010
Date End: 16th, March 2010
Venue: Main Davao Streets

Banda Hudyaka
Different live bands are scheduled to perform every night to bring music and dances along the main streets of Davao City. This is a competition that showcases the local talents of Davao.
Date Start: 16th, March 2010
Date End: 16th, March 2010
Venue: Rizal Park

Pakonsiyerto ni Mayor Rody & Inday Sara
Date Start: 16th, March 2010
Date End: 16th, March 2010
Venue: Rizal Park

Hataw Dabaw, GMA Kapuso Day with Celebrity Stars
Date Start: 16th, March 2010
Date End: 16th, March 2010
Venue: Gaisano Mall (Atrium)

Hereunder are other scheduled activities on March 1 and 16, 2010:

March 12-16 (6:00 PM) – People’s Park Presents
March 1-30 – Agri-Trade Fair and Exhibit
March 8-16 – Magnegosyo Ta Day Fair Trade (SP Lobby)
March 12-16 – Kaon Ta Day, Lingaw Ta Bay! (Bolton Street besides SP Building)
March 1-12 – Service Caravan/Barangay Events

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Davao Celebrates Kadayawan 2009

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Category: Events Posted: Saturday, August 15th, 2009
Kadayawan Floral Float Parade - a must-see event during Kadayawan Festival

Kadayawan Floral Float Parade - a must-see event during Kadayawan Festival

Davao City is now all set for its annual celebration of the Kadayawan festival with this year’s theme “Nahiusang Katawhan  Nakigdait sa Kalibutan” (“One People in  Communion with the  Earth”). The heritage land of the indigenous people has always been that significant through time. Davao as a homeland of these indigenous people served as the land where their existence evolved and it nestled in the Southern part of the Philippines. This celebration expresses gratitude for the gift of nature, richness of culture, tranquility of the land and for the bountiful harvests. It also strengthens the solidarity despite of trials and other disturbances. It proves that through the years, Davao still preserves its cultural heritage. Thus, continue to progress while paying tribute to the indigenous groups which has made Davao as the core of their existence. Due to the alarming climate change, this celebration awakens the people of Davao to be responsible to the call of time. And the Kadayawan of Davao 2009 is the reason of celebrating.

Kadayawan Street Dancing Competition

Kadayawan Street Dancing Competition

This year’s celebration has two main components:

1. Lumadnong Kasaulugan (Indigenous People’s Festival). This is the main part of the Kadayawan Festival.
2. Subay sa Lumadnong Kagikan (Contemporary Indigenous-motivated Celebrations). This event showcases the talent and skills of artists and communities that projects the culture and tradition of the indigenous people.

This celebration is headed by the Executive Committee, Mayor Rodrigo R. Duterte, along with private sector co-chairman Lorenzo Te Jr.

Hereunder is the list of activities for this year’s 24th Kadayawan Festival:

1. Lumadnong Kasaulogan

Hulagway sa Kaliwatan: Indigenous Peoples Visual Arts Exhibit-August 17-September 17, 2009 at Museo Dabawenyo

Panagtagbo- August 20-21, 2009 at Peoples Park and Rizal Park

The ten tribes of Davao City namely the Ata Manobo, Ubo Manobo, K’lata, Tagabawa, Matigsalog, Maranao, Maguindanao, Tausug, Sama and Kalagan celebrate their oneness despite of the diversity by thanksgiving and showcasing great performances.

Hiyas sa Kadayawan- August 16, 2009 at Gaisano Mall of Davao
Tugtogan sa Kahiusahan (Mindanao Indigenous Peoples Music Festival)-August 22, 2009 at Peoples’ Park

2. Subay sa Lumadnong Kagikan

Tunog Mindanaw (World Music Festival)-August 18, 2009, NCCC Mall (This event is open to all Mindanaoan composers and writers)

Moda Mindanaw: Fashion and Floral Design Competition-August 16, 2009, Gaisano Mall of Davao

Sayaw Mindanaw: The Mindanao Dance Competition-August 18-20, 2009, SM City Davao

Indak Indak sa Kadalanan: Street Dancing Competition & Mindanao Festival Showcases-August 22, 2009 – Downtown streets

Pamulak Kadayawan: Floral Float and Parade Competition-August 23, 2009, Downtown streets

Kalasikas: Contemporary Music and Dance Concerts at the Park-August 17-23, 2009 at Peoples Park

Pakonsyerto ni Mayor Rody ug Vice-Mayor Sara sa Kadayawan-August 23, 2009 at Rizal Park

Special Events

Dawow: Dayaw – Subay sa Suba – August 21, 2008, Tionko Field/Davao River

Baylehan  sa Katawhan – August 23, 2009, San Pedro Street  (Kasadalanan)-August 29-30 – Streets of Davao

Hudyakaan – Street Party – August 17-23, 2009 –  Bolton Street

Experience the fun and join as Davao celebrates the Kadayawan Festival from August 16-23. Enjoy the food, smell the flowers, see the beauty of this festivity and be as one as Davao celebrates its thanksgiving to the Mother Earth.