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PhilCare Study: Iloilo Topped the Medical Wellness Domain Nationwide

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ILOILO CITY – Ilonggos could be the Filipinos’ role model when it comes to preparing for medical emergencies. PhilCare Study 2019 by Dr. Fernando Paragas, lead researcher and associate professor of Communication Research, College of Mass Communication of University of the Philippines Diliman, shows that Iloilo topped the medical wellness domain nationwide with a score of 2.61 or “good” followed by Bacolod (2.84); Legazpi (2.97); Cebu (3.12); San Fernando City, La Union (3.16), and Pili, Camarines Sur (3.16), all of which are “somewhat good.” These scores are much better compared to the nationwide average of 4.02, which is classified as “neither good nor bad.”

Researchers of the 2nd PhilCare Wellness Index discovered that Ilonggos were able to pay for their medical bills and see their doctors and dentists regularly more often than the rest of the country.

At the same time, though, the survey found Ilonggos as among the most stressed of all Filipinos, being often pressed for time and are unable to get enough sleep frequently.

A total of 1,350 respondents from 22 key cities and towns nationwide aged 18-90 were interviewed for the study commissioned by PhilCare, a leading health maintenance organization (HMO). Of the total sample size, 300 respondents came from the Visayas, 75 of which are from Iloilo.

“PhilCare Wellness Index, the only study that measures the perceived health and wellness of Filipinos, is composed of six wellness domains, namely psychological, physical, medical, nutritional, financial and lifestyle.” said Dr. Paragas. Each domain is, then, composed of several wellness statements.

Apart from self-evaluations of physical, nutritional, medical, psychological, lifestyle and financial well-being, the study also measured stress, sex, vices, and health practices.

Unfortunately, Iloilo scored the highest for stress together with Legazpi compared to Bacolod, San Fernando City. Interestingly, Ilonggos spent the most for wellness among Visayans and even more than the rest of the country. Ilonggos allotted about P3,300 monthly for R&R spending, beating Bacolod (about P2,800), Cebu (at least P2,000), Tagbilaran (at least P2,300), and even most other Filipinos (at least P3,000).

About PhilhealthCare, Inc. (PhilCare)

PhilhealthCare (PhilCare) is among the top two most preferred HMOs in the country today. It distinguishes itself from other health maintenance organizations (HMO) in the Philippines by advocating wellness as a more holistic approach to health.

PhilCare pioneered the country’s first Wellness index in 2014. Based on the findings of that study, the company introduced the very first prepaid health plans in the country. From prepaid to comprehensive coverage, PhilCare’s extensive line of products covers hospitalization, out-patient and emergency healthcare needs across a nationwide network of hospitals, clinics, and physicians.

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Power Struggle: Iloilo City deserves MORE Power

MORE Power

MORE Power is an electricity distribution company challenging the long-standing company, Panay Electric Company (PECO). For so long, MORE Power is lambasted online and offline as people criticize the company for being ready without any facilities such as posts, meters and cables. However, MORE did not try to brag their facilities for the moment as to secure their warehouses and resources during the process of power turnover in the city. Now, let’s us have a closer look at MORE.

MORE Power

MORE Power had less than a year when they got the franchise. The House Bill No. 8302 that aims to grant the company a franchise to be a distribution company underwent a rigid approval and was signed into law as Republic Act 11212 last February 14, 2019. RA 11212 was then made effective on March 6, 2019. This grant is termed to expired after 25 years, March 6, 2044.

MORE Power

Republic Act 11212 is an Act Granting More Electric and Power Corporation a Franchise to Establish, Operate, and Maintain, for Commercial Purposes and in the Public Interest, a Distribution System for the Conveyance of Electric Power to the End Users in the City of Iloilo, Province of Iloilo, and Ensuring the Continuous and Uninterrupted Supply of Electricity in the Franchise Area. 

As published on the Official Gazette’s website:

https://www.officialgazette.gov.ph/

MORE Power in their tagline Bringing More To Life, they are a service-oriented company committed to bringing only the best customer experience to the electric consumers of Iloilo City. They fully appreciate the grave need to provide the City of Iloilo with a modernized, reliable, cost-effective, flexible and scalable power supply delivery system. As a vision, the company desires to be a preferred electric distribution utility provider that responds to the dynamic needs of consumers and delivers competent energy solutions. On the go with a noble mission, they aim to maintain their electric services in a friendly, safe, effective, non-discriminatory, cost-efficient and helpful way.

MORE Power

MORE Power Line Truck

MORE Power stands out by having four major goals for Iloilo City.

IMPROVEMENT OF THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM’S RELIABILITY

    • To provide reliable, safe, and quality electric services by investing in the upgrading of the existing electrical framework of Iloilo City.

THE MINIMIZATION OF FRANCHISE-WIDE OUTAGES

    • To maintain an effective distribution maintenance plan to eliminate or minimize interruptions and outages.

COMMITMENT TO COMPETITIVE POWER RATES

    • To bring more to the lives of the Ilonggos and foster business growth by ensuring that its power rates are maintained at the least cost.

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

    • To create a meaningful customer experience with the consumers through the delivery of excellent customer services.
MORE Power

MORE Power Meters

Pursuance to their goals, MORE Power wants to take the customer service to higher ground. They will trim down the application requirements, from having more than 10 requirements to only four. This makes the process more customer-friendly. The company will also have Spot Billing in all district, 24/7 Hotline, 24/7 Quick Response Team, Key Accounts Management, and Dispute Resolution.

With the recent blackout due to energy monopoly in the area, Iloilo City deserves MORE Power and what it offers. As business goes by, competition is fine with the right civility and brand inclusivity in the market. But with the setup of the current energy distribution company where generally, there can only be one single direct source puts the whole city on the brink of city-wide shutdown should there be a problem with the “only” source. This is where competitors come to aid the greater need of the market.

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Rosma Resort – Nearby Paradise in San Joaquin Iloilo

Rosma

Rosma Pebbled Cove Resort or commonly known as “Rosma” is the newest go-to place in Iloilo province which officially opened last September 18, 2019 situated in Barangay Igcadlum in San Joaquin. The resort is much ready for overnight stays, parties and water activities for the family and barkadas. I consider this resort as a little paradise nearby with its close-to-nature ambiance and offerings, from comfortable accommodation to water activities and delicious food!

The resort has an infinity pool, restaurant and bar, with lunch buffet with ihaw-ihaw station every Saturday, lounge area, water rafts for rental. They also have a pavillion hall with a capacity of 80 guests, a high-speed Wi-Fi connection, a KTV, a gift shop, a personal laundry service, and by appointment in-room massage. Also, they are planning to add more water sports, scuba diving and a floating bar before the year ends.

For Rosma room rates,

  • Double Suite (1 double and 1 single bed) with free breakfast for two persons P2100
  • Quadruple Suite (2 double-decker beds) with free breakfast for four persons P2800
  • Family Suite (Native Hut with 5 single beds) with free breakfast for five persons P4000
  • Nipa Hut (on the beach, 2 single beds) with free breakfast for two persons P1500

Should you just want to enjoy the infinity pool inclusive of the entrance fee only,

  • 3-11 years old regular rate P75, on going promo rate P65
  • 12 years old and above regular rate P150, on going promo rate P120

Additional information that may help you during your visit,

  • Check-in time 2:00PM
  • Check-out time 12:00NN
  • Child, 9 years below FREE of charge for overnight stays
  • Guest 10 years above will be charged at P300/night with FREE breakfast
  • Kids should be supervised by a guardian
  • Breakfast is served from 6:30AM to 10:00AM
  • Welcome drinks upon arrival
  • Transportation for private tour of surrounding attractions available upon request
  • Load Center under Wi-Fi
  • Concierge service will assist you with tour flights transportation and special request 24/7
  • Senior Citizen and PWD with IDs will have discounts of 20%

Note: Rates may change without prior notice.

Rosma

And the most important part, your guide to get there! Rosma Pebbled Cove Resort is along the main highway going to Antique. Here are ways to get to Rosma.

  • From Iloilo Terminal Market (Super). Take a Lawigan, San Joaquin jeep.
  • From Molo Bus Terminal. Take a Dao bus going to Antique.

In any of these options, tell the driver to drop you off at the resort. The resort is located across Igcadlum Primary School.

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Global Shapers Iloilo Call To Help Davao

Global Shapers Iloilo

Global Shapers Iloilo Call To Help Davao – The Global Shapers Community (GSC) is an international network of hubs developed and led by young people who are exceptional in their potential, their achievements and their drive to make a contribution to their communities. It is an initiative of the World Economic Forum and is currently headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Currently, there are 403 hubs all over the world, 4 of which are Philippine hubs namely Cebu, Davao, Iloilo and Manila.

With these hubs having a shared mission to drive dialogue, action and change to shape the future of the Philippines, we respond with conscious efforts to events that call for help. This includes the recent earthquake in Mindanao that displaced many communities specifically in Cotabato and Davao del Sur.

Recently, a series of earthquakes jolted certain areas in Mindanao, claiming lives and property and leaving the survivors in dire need for basic necessities. A difficult time for our fellow Filipinos affected by this tragic disaster, it calls on all of us to unite in helping them rise above the rubble. We are calling into your kind hearts to extend your blessings upon our affected brothers and sisters. A little help goes a long way!

With the help that you can give in cash, goods or publicity for this cause​, it will be relevant in pooling resources for the following:

  1. Tents for medical staff and volunteers.
  2. Crayons and coloring books for the psychosocial first aid of the affected children
  3. Potable water
  4. Blankets
  5. Underwear

Should you want to send financial support in this cause, you may send your funds through the bank details below.
Donate through Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI) Bank
Account Name: Global Shapers Iloilo
Account Number: 2830-0075-07

You may reach Global Shapers Iloilo at iloiloshapers@gmail.com or at (+63)956-568-6233.

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Save Time, Order Online via Bo’s Coffee Advance Ordering BOTTY

As Iloilo City is becoming a progressive metro city in the country, having enough time has been a big challenge. We have experienced slow-moving traffic, long line over the counter and still longer time to wait on your order even just for a cup of coffee. The launching of Bo’s Coffee Advance Ordering BOTTY through Facebook Messenger was just in time for the season. Here is some news for our coffee lovers in Iloilo City.

With Bo’s Coffee Advance Ordering BOTTY, you can enjoy the following:

  • You can order online ahead of time. Especially for those who have tight schedules or short break time, you can order while you are still finishing your work. Just in time when you are done with work, you can just go to the nearest Bo’s Coffee store and grab your coffee.
  • You can pay online with PayMaya. Not only you can order in advance, but you can also pay online via PayMaya. Just choose PayMaya as your payment method. Interesting!
  • You can just pick-up at your preferred time. Working in and out, you can inform through Facebook Messenger the time you need to arrive at the store. This one can adjust the preparation time of your coffee.
  • You can skip the line. One thing that also eats our time is the long-standing or waiting line as we arrive at the store. The good thing with Bo’s Coffee Advance Ordering BOTTY, you can grab your coffee and just go. Best for people who have the convenience of a drive-thru.

For more details, you can check the video below for a quick guide on ordering online at Bo’s Coffee.

Bo’s Coffee is a Filipino-owned enterprise founded in Cebu in 1996. It has over 100 branches in the Philippines. Bo’s Coffee is known for sourcing its coffee beans from farmers in Sagada, Mountain Province, Mt. Kitanglad in Bukidnon, Mt. Matutum in South Cotabato and Mt. Apo in Davao.

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#BosCoffeeAdvanceOrderingBotty

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50-Million Campaign for Iloilo MICE Tourism

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ILOILO CITY – A 50-million MICE campaign – “Meet you in Iloilo” – was launched last October 10, 2019 at Iloilo Convention Center led by Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon and Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat together with the Iloilo MICE Alliance, Department of Tourism to market Iloilo as a premier MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences/Conventions and Exhibitions) destination in the country.

The launching of “Meet you in Iloilo” campaign is expected to pull in tourists, business investors and exhibitors to one of the progressive and livable cities in the Philippines, Iloilo City, and be recognized as a premier MICE destination in the country.

“The launching of Iloilo as a MICE hub will surely open more opportunities for Iloilo to further boost its tourism industry, drive investments and development, and create jobs,” Senator Drilon said.

Promoting Iloilo as a MICE center is projected to bring significant contributions to the province and the entire region’s development. This campaign includes a handful of promotions and related tourism packages in partnership with different tourism stakeholders in the city. 

The launching of the MICE campaign also highlighted some of the tourism facilities and projects that will surely attract every tourist, local and international.

  • Iloilo convention center
  • an 8-kilometer Esplanade, the longest linear park in the country
  • the 10-lane, 15-km Sen. Benigno Aquino Avenue
  • the 4-lane President Corazon Aquino circumferential road
  • rehabilitated Iloilo River
  •  four museums including the country’s first Museum of Philippine Economic History
  • restoration of heritage buildings along Calle Real
  • restoration of the Iloilo Customs House, or Aduana
  • building the Iloilo-Guimaras Bridge by 2023

For more information, you visit Iloilo MICE Alliance, Department of Tourism at Ground floor, Casa Real de Iloilo (Old Iloilo Provincial Capitol), Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City, Philippines or contact their office through these numbers: (+63 33) 337-5411 / 335-0245 (Telefax). You can also reach them online through an email, secretariat@meetyouiniloilo.com or visit the website, www.meetyouiniloilo.com. #MeetYouInIloilo

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9 Reasons for Iloilo as a MICE Destination

Iloilo

Iloilo – culinary haven, a vibrant festival destination, a cosmopolitan trading port since the turn of the last century, the heart of the Philippines, and so much more.

It’s a fairly easy task to fall in love with Iloilo – a locale steeped in history and rich indigenous culture, yet also an emergent city assuredly making strides toward a sustainable tomorrow, an eclectic marriage of the traditional and the modern. As multifaceted as it is colorful, Iloilo will leave you spellbound by its manifold charms.

Here are 9 reasons why you should consider the “City of Love” as your next MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences/Conventions, Exhibitions) destination.

1. The Heart of the Philippines

Smack dab in the middle of this vibrant archipelago, Iloilo’s strategic location lends its ease of accessibility to most major hubs in both Luzon and Mindanao, as well as being a gateway to multi-cultural Panay Island and the greater Visayas.

2.Steeped in History

Ours is a culture shaped by a rich genteel history and undeniable Spanish influence, as demonstrated by Iloilo’s architectural marvels: from the stately ancestral mansions of the moneyed sugar barons to age-old ornate churches that have stood the test of time. The country’s former textile capital and the Philippines’ most important seaport during the Spanish era – second only to Manila – one only needs to visit Iloilo’s immersive museums to fully fathom the city’s old glory.

3. Food-Lover’s Haven

Satisfy your cravings: From the quintessential Ilonggo batchoy, to seafood freshly plucked from the ocean, to saccharine delicacies that will satisfy any sweet tooth – Iloilo is a gastronomical destination like no other. Iloilo’s sprawling shorelines and serendipitous proximity to the uplands ensures abundant produce from both the land and the sea whole year-round, making it a bountiful playground for chefs and foodies alike.

4. Sunny Shores and Marvelous Mounts

Traced by the Panay Gulf in the east and bordered by the Central Panay Mountain Range in the west, Iloilo and its neighboring provinces has scenic excursions for beachcombers and mountain adventurers alike.

Iloilo

Photo credits: meetyouiniloilo.com

5. Heartfelt Ilonggo Hospitality

Ilonggos, Iloilo’s locals, are known to be a generous and hospitable bunch – it isn’t the “City of Love” for nothing. Hoteliers and restauranteurs in this cosmopolitan destination put a premium on exceptional service to delight guests, but Ilonggos have always been innately warm and outgoing.

6. Beacon of Sustainability

Lauded for numerous successful civic initiatives, sustainability has become the foundation for the mapping and planning of this developing metropolis. The Iloilo River Esplanade first comes to mind, an 8.1-kilometer linear park that traces the banks of its namesake waterway, running along major thoroughfares in the city.

7. Among Southeast Asia’s Safest Place

Iloilo is consistently recognized as one of the safest cities in Southeast Asia by the survey of international online database Numbeo. In 2019, the city landed 8th place, following the ranks of Singapore, Bangkok, and Bali, among others.

8. Seamless Incentives

The tight-knit collaboration of Iloilo’s MICE Alliance seeks to offer a seamless experience, with an across-the-board incentive plan that no other city is likely capable to match – encompassing from confab discounts on domestic airfare, to exclusive hotel perks, and even concessions from major malls and affiliated restaurants. Iloilo promises an unparalleled MICE experience. Giving meeting planners every reason to choose Iloilo as their next MICE venue.

9. International MICE Standards

Iloilo is committed to abide by the tight touchstones of global MICE standards. The city has revealed itself a trailblazer, being one of only a few hubs in the Philippines to have successfully hosted both APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) meetings and ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) delegates in 2015 and 2017, respectively.

Iloilo

Photo credits: meetyouiniloilo.com

For more information, you visit Iloilo MICE Alliance, Department of Tourism at Ground floor, Casa Real de Iloilo (Old Iloilo Provincial Capitol), Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City, Philippines or contact their office through these numbers: (+63 33) 337-5411 / 335-0245 (Telefax). You can also reach them online through an email, secretariat@meetyouiniloilo.com or visit the website, www.meetyouiniloilo.com. #MeetYouInIloilo

Source: www.meetyouiniloilo.com

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BHive Hotel – A Virtual Tour in a Classic Rustic Wood Themed Hotel

BHive

Situated the middle of the entertainment and big malls in Iloilo City lies a medium-sized hotel – BHive Hotel. This hotel located at Taft North, Mandurriao features classic wood theme interior with a rustic accent. As you enter their lobby, Benito’s Cafe will welcome you with a light ambiance good for small talks and catch up meetings. The place is glammed with instagrammable corners. They also have a board room available for corporate meetings.

BHive

I got a chance to check BHive rooms. The room is divided into two sections: a receiving area and a bedroom with a bath and comfort room. The receiving area has a coffee table with chairs, a small couch, a hanger rack, and a closet. It is quite a homey set up to separate the bedroom from the receiving area.

BHive

For more details, check this photo.

BHive

Other Facebook reviews about this place we as follows.
BHive Hotel has a comfortable, clean and spacious rooms. It is accessible to SM City, Gaisano Diversion, Plazuela and Megaworld Festive Walk Mall. It is also affordable for backpackers. The hotel has warm staff for accommodation.

More photos below.

BHive

BHive

BHive

Receiving Area of Unit Room

BHive

Receiving Area of Unit Room

BHive

Bed Room Area

BHive

BHive

Board Room

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Arriba Visayas Iloilo on Cactus and Succulents for a Greener Space

Cactus Succulent

ILOILO CITY – Arriba Visayas: A Cactus and Succulent Roadshow stopped over in Iloilo Festive Walk Mall last Sunday, September 15, 2019 for a one-day exhibit and workshop on tropicalizing cactus and succulents, basic grafting and starting a cactus and succulent business participated Arids and Aroids Boyet Ganigan, Masiteras, DOS Tillandsias, Sprouting Surprise Garden, Pinky Spikes, Succulents and Spikes, and Planthaholic Garden. The event was very much embraced by members of Iloilo Cactus and Succulent Lover Group.

Cactus Succulent

Iloilo is the third leg of Arriva Visayas following Bacolod and Antique. This roadshow aims to educate the public about cactus and succulent. Boyet Ganigan of Arids and Aroids is convinced that planting and taking good care of cactuses and succulents is good therapy for everyone even for kids. “It brings relaxation, distresses the mind and creates tranquility from within” said Boyet. “Cactus and succulent is becoming a craze. Millennials now considered plants as pets at home” he added.

Cactus Succulent

Part of this event was a workshop on tropicalizing cactus and succulent conducted by Mark Dizon of Masitera. “There is a very big potential for cactus and succulent breeders in Iloilo City. The Ilonggos are very welcoming” said Mark. Taking care of a cactus or a succulent is very easy for a beginner. You will only need constant sunlight exposure, a soilless medium and to be watered minimally once a week. “The next stop will be in Cebu but will have it for three days. The Cebu demands a longer exhibit as it currently has a very big market” he added.

This event happened in Iloilo as an aspiration of Honey Mae Osimco of Sprouting Surprise Garden whose love for cactuses and succulents started as a hobby. She collected different breeds until she thought of having it as a business. This opened her up to a more complex and diverse network of businesses. She not only wants cactus and succulent breeding business to thrive but also other trade-related enterprises such as pots, succulent collectors and sellers, recyclable bottles, compost mixers and sellers, workshops on kids painting on pots and basic grafting.

Cactus Succulent

Honey Mae hopes to instill environmentalism on kids through these activities. She also supports this lifestyle and habit to help breeders and collectors. Ultimately, she believes that having cactuses and succulent around us can also helps keep our air clean or lessens the pollutants at the very least. “We all know plants help clean the air” she added. Having cactus at home can then help us breathe cleaner air.

Cactus Succulent

Meet Punggo and Estrella!

The next stopover of the roadshow is in North Drive Mall in Cebu City on September 20-22. Attending this event somehow sparks a desire in me to have ab cactus or succulent. I brought a cactus and a succulent at home. They will be called as Punggo and Estrella. Let me try my thumb if this time it’ll become green!

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4 Tips to GO BIG on SM 3 Day Sale!

Most of us have one thing in mind when we go shopping, and that is getting the best discounts on the items we have been saving up to when the sale season comes. This 3-Day Sale at SM City Iloilo ‪on September 13 to 15, 2019‬, with the expected crowd wanting to take part in the biggest sale of the year, it is helpful to bear in mind some reminders to maximize time and savings bargain shopping.

Here are some brief and simple tips you can consider:

1. Mind The Time

Being aware of the time and store hours is importantly helpful if you want to get the best deals of your favorite store in the mall during the sale. Special deals are often given in the early hours, so being on time will not only give you a chance to be the first to avail the item but the discounts as well.

Mall Hours: ‪
September 13 (9am-12MN)‬
‪September 14 (8am-11pm)‬ ‪
September 15 (10am-11pm)‬

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2. Keep Those Cards Close

There are reasons why you have those special cards with you and that is why you always have to have them in your wallet, especially during sale season. Your SM Advantage, BDO Rewards, Ace Rewards and SM Prestige Cards have their own special powers that will give you more discounts on top of the existing discounts offered.

Prestige Friday (9am-12MN)
SMAC Saturday (8am-12NN)
SUNDAY Specials(‪5pm-7pm‬)

Image result for SM Prestige Card and SM Advantage Card

Source: https://www.smadvantage.com/

3. Load Up

Getting around the mall can be physically draining. And being in that rush to get the best discounts can be both exciting and a calorie burning experience—given that on sale days, people swarm the mall with the same reason as yours—the best items with the best discounts. Be in the lookout for the offers of the different restaurants in the mall, so you can maximize your budget with a little more extra on food. Take your time choosing the best offers, as food establishments including the SM Foodhall and SM Foodcourt tenants, may even have freebies on top of your food purchases.

Image result for sm city iloilo food hall

Source: https://ph.phonebooky.com/blog/sm-iloilo-food-hall/

4. Have Fun

Enjoy the exciting activities in store during the 3 Day Sale, such as store mascots parade, hourly freebies and the Ball Toss game for a chance to win the first 100 prizes per day. Just present any receipt purchased during the 3 Day Sale to play the Ball Toss game at the Northpoint of SM City Iloilo. Plus, you also get a chance to win a Suzuki Swift GL CVT for every P1,000 single receipt purchase. There are a whole lot reasons to shop this September 13,14 and 15 at SM City Iloilo. But putting everything in order before the rush makes things a little better.

SM

For other inquiries on offers and discounts of some tenants in the mall, you can visit the official Facebook page of SM City Iloilo or call ‪(033) 3209609‬ loc. 15 and 16 to get in touch with the Marketing Department.

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