SM Supermalls and BDO are once again bringing a one-of-a-kind Christmas celebration to overseas Filipinos and their families with star-studded Pamaskong Handog events happening at SM Seaside City Cebu Mountain Wing Atrium on December 7, SM City Davao Event Center, Annex on December 14, and SM City Telabastagan Event Center on December 21!
“Overseas Filipino workers have made so many sacrifices for their families. This is our way to help spread happiness during the most wonderful time of the year,” shared Jonjon San Agustin, SM Supermalls Senior Vice President for Marketing.
“Only SM & BDO have this kind of collaboration and exclusive offers for our kababayans. Every year, we look forward to organizing our Pamaskong Handog event and do our best to bring smile to their faces as they are far away from home during this time of the year.” said Genie Gloria, Senior Vice President and Head of BDO Remittance.
As a special holiday gift, exclusive deals and discounts await overseas Filipinos and their beneficiaries. They get P300 off on any regular-priced item with a minimum single receipt purchase of P3,000 at all branches of The SM Store (December 7 & 14) and up to 20% off on selected gift items from Kultura branches nationwide (December 7, 14 & 21). BDO Kabayan Savings account holders may also claim a Php100 discount coupon from December 7 to 21 at all SM Supermarket and SM Hypermarket branches nationwide and use the coupon for a minimum purchase of Php1,000 until December 31, 2019.
This year’s Pamaskong Handog will bring together some of the country’s biggest celebrities and performers. Joining the Pamaskong Handog celebration at SM Seaside City Cebu are actors Piolo Pascual and Kim Chiu; love team Ronnie Alonte and Loisa Andalio; pop rock band Aegis; and “Tawag ng Tanghalan” finalist Jennie Gabriel. Piolo will also enterain the crowd at SM City Davao along with love team Edward Barber and Maymay Entrata; “Tawag ng Tanghalan” winner Elaine Duran, and OPM band Reo Brothers. Serenading the crowd in SM City Telabastagan are love team Xian Lim & Kim Chiu and OPM icon Ogie Alcasid. For added fun and humor, comedians Ate Gay, MC & Lassy will be joining the Pamaskong handog events.
Aside from the celebrity performances, raffle prizes from The SM Store, Kultura, Miniso, Jollibee and Goldilocks are also up for grabs in all three (3) malls.
To join Pamaskong Handog event, BDO Kabayan Savings account holders plus one (1) companion each, just need to present their ATM card or passbook. For non-account holders, visit the BDO booth at the participating SM malls as early as 10AM.
BDO is also setting up booths at various SM Supermalls for those interested in BDO Kabayan Savings. For inquiries, clients may simply visit the BDO booths at the following SM Supermalls from December 5 to 7– SM City Fairview, Manila, Legazpi, Baguio & Iloilo; and from December 12 to 14 at SM City Valenzuela, Bicutan, San Jose Del Monte, Cauayan & General Santos.
Overseas Filipinos may join the fun by watching the live streaming of the Pamaskong Handog events on BDO Kabayan Facebook page with a special viewing inside BDO Remit offices in Hongkong, Macau, Japan, France, Italy, Spain at UK.
It’s definitely a #SparklingSMallidays to remember at SM! For more details on Pamaskong Handog events or #SparklingSMallidays activities, visit www.smsupermalls.com/, www.bdo.com.ph, or BDO Kabayan Facebook page.
More surprises to double the fun will be given to overseas Filipino families during Pamaskong Handog events with exclusive treats from BDO Remit partners WorldRemit, MoneyGram, Western Union & Small World.
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