Showing posts from December, 2014

S&R New York Style Pizza Now Serving at Abreeza Mall

S&R Membership Shopping's food corner has gained a lot of attention to shoppers. A number of people would go to S&R to have a bite of their favorite pizza and other food items which are by the way reasonably priced.  Last December 20, 2014, a stand-alone S&R New York Style Pizza was opened at the Ayala Abreeza Mall. The restaurant is open to the public without the need of presenting a card to purchase a food item. S&R Members may also present their membership cards to avail of a 5% discount with their orders except the combo meals. The ambiance of the restaurant looks a  bit the same of what you can see in the warehouse with a white painted wall and blue tables and chairs. The menu is the same as the one you would see in the S&R food service in their warehouse in Matina but they're taking off S&R's Roast Chicken. They also removed the bottomless drinks option and would rather have that as benefits to those who are coming to the warehouse.

Press Release: Davao City, Smart Prepaid partner for biggest, loudest Torotot Festival

The Davao City government and Smart Prepaid have teamed up to give Davaoeños the biggest and loudest Torotot Festival in celebration of New Year at the Roxas Avenue Freedom Park on  December 31 . The Torotot Festival promotes a safe way to celebrate New Year – sans firecrackers, which have been banned in Davao City since 2002. Last year, the Torotot Festival set the Guinness Book of World Record for the most number of people blowing party horns simultaneously, with a total of 7,568 individuals – trumping Japan’s record with 6,900 persons.  Luke Mijares, Color It Red, DJ Big This year, Davaoeños can expect a much bigger and louder celebration with a New Year countdown show headlined by renowned vocalist Luke Mejares and top alternative rock band Color It Red. On the other hand, a rousing street party led by DJ Big will usher everyone into 2015 full of positive vibes and energy. The celebration starts at  5 p.m. , with the city’s best dancers dishing out their b