Skip to content

Contests and promo




PROMO MECHANICS

  • Lahat ng nagbabasa ng Bandera ay pwedeng sumali.
  • Para makasali, bumili ng Bandera at hanapin sa mga pahina nito ang SA BANDERA, MAY NEGOSYO COUPON. Isang coupon na may NEGOSYO CODE ang ilalathala araw-araw. Bawat araw, iba ang code.
  • Mag-register ng isang beses. Libre lang ang registration. I-text ang:

           NEGOSYO <space>REG<space>NAME/AGE/GENDER/COMPLETE ADDRESS send to 4467  
           Example: NEGOSYO REG Joe Aguilar/25/M/#21-A Iba St., Brgy. Paang Bundok, La Loma, Quezon City send to 4467

  • Kapag naka-register na ay maaari nang mag-text ng NEGOSYO CODE. P2.50/text for Globe, Smart & Sun subscribers. I-text ang:

 NEGOSYO<space>CODE
           Example: NEGOSYO ABC123

  • Gupitin at itago ang “Sa Bandera, May Negosyo” coupon na may code bilang proof of entry.
  • Maaari lang mag-text ng isang code kada araw.
  • Kung nais pang magpadala ng ibang code, dapat tiyaking naiiba ito sa code na una nang ipinadala.
  • Isa ang mananalo bawat draw.
  • Ang draw ay gaganapin sa Inquirer Publications, Inc., MRP Bldg., Mola St., cor. Pasong Tirad, Makati City.
  • Draw dates and promo prizes

*  1st Draw: Nov. 3, 2011
         *  2nd Draw: Dec. 3, 2011
             Pinoy Pao Foodcart Franchise worth P26,888
 *  3rd Draw: Jan. 4, 2011
            Pinoy Pao-O’Noodle Foodcart Franchise worth P42,888.00

  • Ang mga kawani ng Inquirer Publications, Inc., mga sister companies nito at mga kaanak hanggang second degree ay hindi pwedeng sumali.
  • Promo period: Oct. 3 – Dec. 31, 2011

Per DTI-NCR Permit No. 7199 Series of 2011
See print ads for more details

* * *

Dito sa Bandera, Bidang-bida ka!
Maraming salamat sa lahat ng sumali sa Babae ako promo! Heto na at kami naman ang mag-babandera ng mga winning entries niyo dahil proud kami sa inyo:

1. Joan Domingo ng Makati City

“Ipinagmamalaki ko ang sarili ko bilang isang estudyante at anak dahil kaya kong paghatiin ang pag-aaral at mga gawaing bahay kahit na pagod na ako ginagawa ko pa rin ang mga proyekto ko. Kaya ipinagmamalaki ko ang sarili ko.”

2. Nikki Nilo ng Valenzuela City

“Salamat sa panginoon at ako’y ginawa niyang babae sa kadahilanang ako’y naging mabuting kaibigan at mapagmahal na indibidwal sa mga taong nagmamahal at sumusuporta sa akin.”

3. SHARON LYNN G BRIZ ng Cavite

‘ISANG BABAE NA D PANG KARANIWAN. SABI NG MGA NKA RARAMI ANG MGA BABAE DAW AY MAHINA ANG LOOB PAG DATING SA MGA PROBLEMA PERO IBA AKO DAHIL AKO AY NILABANAN KO ANG MATINDING PAG SUBOK NA DUMATING SA AKING BUHAY. AKO AY ISANG OVARIAN CANCER SURVIVOR. ITO ANG PINAKA MATINDING PAGSUBOK NA DUMATING SA AKING BUHAY.MASASABI KO NA AKO AY HINDI PANGKARANIWAN DAHIL NILABANAN KO ANG SAKIT NA ITO AT AKO AY NKA SURVIVE SA AWA NG DIYOS. AKO NGAYON AY NAG TTRABAHHO SA ISANG CALL CENTER.”

4. Melanie G. Salvador  ng Quezon City

“Lumaki ako sa pamilya ng mga matatag na babae. Ang aking ina, lola at mga nakakatandang pinsan sila ay matatag, malakas at ipinagmamalaki ang kanilang pagkababae. Humanga ako sa aking mga kamag-anak and hiling kong tularan sila. Anim na taong gulang palang ako ay pinagmamalaki ko na ako ay isang “feminist”. Nung Highschool naman ako, namangha ang aking mga guro nang sabihin kong gusto kong maging advocate ng feminism. Sinabi ko na magiging mas magaling ako kahit sinong lalaki (haha). Ngunit napagalaman ko na ndi pala ganoon .. inisip ko na ndi lamangan ang mga lalaki subalit patas at pantay na karapatan sa anumang bagay. Ngayon, Isa akong Guro sa isang special school at Ipinagmamalaki ko ang pagiging malakas, matatag at ulirang guro. Sa palagay ko, Ang pagiging babae ng isang nilalang ay hindi dapat ikahiya o baguhin sa anumang paraan.anumang kakayahan ng lalaki ay kaya rin ng babae.masaya ako sa aking mga karanasan at handa akong ipagtanggol ang karapatan ko bilang isang babae.”

5. Lovella Barcelona Dimarana ng Maynila

“Kung sakripisyo lang, talbog silang lahat. Mahal ko pamilya ko at alam ko mahal din nila ako. Pinagsisikapan kong buhayin ang mga minamahal ko na may pang-unawa ata paggalang sa kapwa tao. Higit sa lahat sa Diyos na makapangyarihan, sa tibay ng loob na bigay ng maykapal, alam ko di ako patutumba sa mga kalaban, bilang babae sinasaisip ko gawin ang lahat ng makakayanan upang umunlad. Panginoon na ang bahala sa iba pa, hangad ay tagumapy, tagumpay nating lahat na kababaihan! Babae ako, may reklamo?”

6. Maria Socorro Flauta ng Maynila

“Dapat ko po ipagmalaki ang aking sarili dahil sa kabila ng single parent ay naging matatatag at matibay ang aking dibdib sa hirap ay naitaguyod ko po magisa ang dalawa kong anak sa kanilang pag-aaral at napalaki sila bilang isang mabuting Kristiyano at malapit sa Diyos.”

7. Reymen Aurea

“Babae ako, may reklamo, salita na nagpapahayag ng pagbibigay karapatan sa mga kababaihan na maipahayag ang kanilang tinig sa lipunan. Mula sa tardisyon at kulturang ang babae’y pantahanan, hindi ako napag-aral ng aking mga magulang sa kolehiyo dahil na rin sa kahirapan. Subalit bilang indibidual ninais kong iangat ang aking sarili. Bilang anak na panganay, babae ako na nagsikap at tumulong sa magulang. Nagkaroon ng asawa at bilang ina ng tahanan ninanais kong tumulong sa asawa at bilang ina upang mapag-aral ang aming mga anak, magkaroon ng magandang kinabukasan. Ang pangarap na di natupad, sa anak na nais bigyan ng katuparan. Ngunit ano itong nangyayari, dahil ba sa babae , ang lalake ay natural na magloko? Bilang ina, ayokong mawala sa aming tahanan ang hiling ko lamang ay magbago ang ugaling akala mong binata ay maalis, masama ba ito? Sa pagtanggap ko ng daglian sa asawang di pala ganap na nagsisisi at nagbago, siya ay umaabuso. Respeto at tiwala ay nawala, naging sanhi ng laging pagtatalo. Papayag ba akong yurukan ang aking dangal at buong pagkatao? HINDI! Pinamili ko siya, kami o ang nasa labas. Wala siyang pinli, ngunit siya ay umalis. Kaya heto ako (bilang babae) naninindigan sa pagigng ilaw ng tahanana. Babae ako, may reklamo?”

8. Marivic E. Benalla ng San Pedro,Laguna

“Isa po akong maybahay na may 3 anak.Sa tulong ng aking asawa,naitaguyod naming mapagaral ang 3 naming mga anak na ang dalawa sa kanila ay malapit ng mag tapos ng kolehiyo at ang isa naman ay makakapagtapos na din sa High School. Sa napakaliit na sahod ng aking asawa bilang mananahi,naiibubudget ko pa rin ng tama ang mga gastusin sa bahay,at nakakapagtabi rin ako kahit konti.Sa nakalipas na bagyong Ondoy naging matatag ako bilang Ina at Asawa na nagsilbing lakas nila at hindi ako nawalan ng pag asa na malalagpasan din namin ang kalamidad .Masasabi kong napaka responsable kong ina dahil napalaki ko ng maayos ang aking mga anak at labing pitong taon ring naging maayos at masaya ang aming pamilya sa kabila ng kahirapan hanggang sa kasalukuyan.”

9. Camille May Recaido Dulce ng Negros Occidental

“Ipinagmamalaki kong sabihin na isa akong mabuting estudyante. I had been a scholar from elementary until college. I was able to accomplish a number of things while studying. I graduated as Salutatorian noong elementary, as Third Honorable Mention noong high school and as Cum Laude sa kursong Nursing just this March.Naging aktibo rin ako sa mga activities sa school. I was the vice-governor of our batch and the editor-in-chief of the yearbook during my senior year in high school. In college, I was a member of the campus ministry and the executive secretary of our student government. Nahirang din akong finalist sa search for the Outstanding Student sa aming province. Alam kong kayang-kaya nating mga babae na mapagtagumpayan ang ating mga adhikain. Hindi tayo papatalo sa mga challenges na dumarating sa atin. We have been blessed with a lot of potentials; all we need to do is to nourish and share these talents for us to become blessings din to other people. I hope that I can be a source of inspiration sa mga kababaihan. In the same way, I obtain my motivation from all the women who do not fear to face the world and widen their horizons. That’s why I’m proud to say na I’m a girl and I can rock the world!”

10. Ma. Connie Monatano ng Tondo

“Maipagmamalaki ko ang aking sarili dahil kahit maaga akong nakapag-asawa ay natuto ako sa hamon ng buhay. Naitaguyod ko ang aking nag-iisang anak dahilan na rin sa aking pagsusumikap na maitaguyod siya. Ako ay nagtrabaho at ng makaipon para sa hinangad kong negosyo sa ngayon ay matagumpay kong tinatahak ang pagsusumikap na mabigyan ng magandang buhay ang kaisa-isa kong anak. At sa lahat lalong lalo na sa aking anak ay tunay kong maipagmamalaki ang aking sarili.”

11. Josefina Cuevas ng Caloocan City

“Tunay kong maipagmalaki ang aking sarili bilang babae, na hindi naging hadlang upang ako ay maghanap-buhay sa ibang bansa. Sabi nga, kami ang tunay na bayani. Babae man akong maituturing, nasa katangian ko pa rin ang lakas ng loob, tiwala sa sarili, mapagtiis at higit sa lahat ang paniniwala sa Diyos. Mabuhay, kaming nga ofws tunay nga kaming pag-asa ng bayan!”

12. Rheynamie Fonollera ng Parañaque City

“Dapat kong ipagmalaki ang aking sarili bilang isang babae sapagkat ako’y may malaking responsibilidad sa aking pamilya. Bilang isang babae, ginagampanan ko ang aking mga tungkulin sa aming tahanan. Ang paglilinis, pagluluto at paglalaba ay iilan lamang sa mga gawain ng kababaihan. Nagtatrabaho ako upang matugunan ang mga pangangailangan ng aking pamilya. Malayo man ako sa kanila, mga pagsisikap ko’y pinahahalagahan nila. Bilang isang indibidwal nakakaya ko mga pangungulila’s pagaasam sa muli sila makasama. Bilang isang babae, pumasok ako bilang kasambahay sa ganitong paraan man lamang matulungan ko sila at hindi na akon magiging pabigat sa kanila. Babae man ako naging matatag naman sa mga pagsubok na dumating sa aking buhay.”

Congratulations sa lahat ng mga napiling magigiting na kababaihan! Para malaman kung paano makuha ang inyong premyo, maaring tumawag sa (02) 890.0378 at hanapin si Bianca.

* * *

SummerSAYA Promo

Summer Saya Promo: Manalo ng mga Movie Tickets, StarCity Passes and Hotel Accommodation for Two (2) sa Cebu Marriot Hotel.

* * *

BANDERA’s Theme Song ko Para sa Yo

Tunay namang kami’y kinilig sa mga pinadala niyong entries sa Theme Song Ko, Para Sa ‘Yo promo! Congratulations kina:
Carmencita Hogar ng Makati-

“Ang song nmin ay ‘Love moves in mysterious ways’ dahil kahit sa panaginip,hindi nagkaron ng pagkakataong magustuhan ko sya,hndi ko alam kung papano naging kami pero sadyang misteryoso tlaga ang pag-ibig dhil hanggang ngayon ay kami pa rin at masayang nagsasama kapiling ng 2 naming mga anak.”

Abegail Catala ng Tanauan, Batangas-

“Ang theme song namin ng mahal ko ay ‘HANGGANG’ palagi nya kc tinatanung skn kung gaano ko cya kamahal at hanggang kailan. Pero palagi ko sa kanyang cnabavi na hindi ako magsasawang ulit ulitin na savihin hangga’t ang puso ko ay patuloy na pumipintig cya lng ang aking pakaiibigin.”

Bandera, 032210

* * *

Cebu Daily News’ Green Holidays Contest

CDN Green Holidays Contest

Bandera’s “Movie Madness” Halloween Promo

Movie Madness Halloween 2009Thank you all for joining/supporting our Halloween Contest and congratulations to all the winners.  Choosing the 4 best entries gave us a hard time since we had a lot of “identical” ones (i.e. same movies), but, of course, it all came down to how well it was written or presented. We also have a returning Winner, good job. And now, the list we’ve been waiting for.. (courtesy of our News Editor and 1/3 of the EIC Triumvirate: Ms. Dona Policar)

Adela Lazaro

Mr. Niño Villamor and (winner) Ms.Adela Lazaro

4th Place. Adela Lazaro – My favorite scary movie would definitely be The Exorcist!!! The last time I saw it was 6 years back and yet I still get goosebumps whenever I recall the scenes from the movie. It really freaked me out and didn’t get me sleep for weeks when I watched it. What makes it really scary though is that unlike other horror flicks, it’s a true to life story and could actually happen to anyone. No masks, no monsters, no zombies, just a little girl you can see everyday– except she’s possessed.

Rodalee Ofiaza

Rodalee Ofiaza (center) with friends, Mathy Lou Domingo (left) and Ella Berjamin (right)

3rd Place. Rodalee Ofiaza – For me, that would be ‘Halimaw sa Banga’. It is a favorite not only because it scared me when I was a kid but it gives me a nostalgic feeling whenever that movie comes to mind. I remember watching it with my two sisters and cousins after lunch then and we all got scared of the lady ‘eating’ kids hiding inside the ‘banga’. I also think it was a very effective and original Pinoy idea of scaring people through a story/movie.

John Erwin T. De Leon

(Winner) John Erwin De Leon

2nd Place. John Erwin T. De Leon – I’d have to give it to William Friedkin’s “The Exorcist”. The fact that it was based from a real exorcism case only makes it creepier than it already is. Anyway, even though it is a rarity for horror flicks that scared our parents to continue scaring future generations, the original Exorcist withstood the advancement of film technology and continues to terrify audiences today. Besides– no other movie scares us away from going up staircases the same way this one does.

1st Place & Editor’s Choice.Czaroma Roman – The story of a 12-year-old girl possessed by an evil spirit as the exorcist tries to save her is the most emotionally disturbing and terrifying movie I had ever seen. I had watched The Exorcist (1973) movie more than 10 years ago, and it really delivers chills in the atmosphere. I could still imagine the face, the spinning head and the buckets of vomit from the movie. Despite this never-ending conflict between pure evil and pure innocence, and the battle between Heaven and Hell, I had perceived one greatest thing – that a life will be saved once one regains his faith and truly believes in the power of God.

Please check out Bandera this weekend (October 31 – November 1)for the published winning entries. Maraming salamat sa inyong lahat.

***

Rhythm of the Rain 09

Bandera’s “Rhythm of the Rain” Online Contest

First of all, i’d like to thank everyone for joining our 2nd Online Contest. In fact, we’ve doubled the output from our last contest (“Anything Under the Sun”) and most of them came from new contacts, excellent work everyone.

It’s been a very worthwhile experience to be allowed to gain insights on your favorite rainy day songs and how they each mean to you.

To some they serve as sparks that rekindle memories, however happy or sad they may be; some see them as reflections of how they would want the future to be; while for some they may be reminders of how each present moment with the people you care the most should be cherished and valued. After all, each moment that pass us by are “gone faster than the smell after it rains,” according to my (personal) favorite rainy day song, “So Long Astoria” by The Ataris.

Perhaps that’s what makes the rainy days so nostalgic; they meld the past, the present and the future together and you get a moment of clarity to reflect about Life itself.

Second, I’d like to thank one of our new EICs (We currently have a Triumvirate in the newsroom for the EIC position), Ms.Dona Policar for her quick review of the shortlisted entries and her very nice choices.

Finally, We are please to present to you the Top 5 Entries for our Bandera’s “Rhythm of the Rain” Online contest.

*Each winner will get 3 (ANY!) Movie Tickets at Glorietta 4, a set of available Hinge Inquirer magazines and the chance to be published/featured on Bandera)

Suzanne Delos Santos5th. Suzanne Delos Santos – I listen to my dad’s fave songs and one of it is “Rhythm Of The Falling Rain” by Cascades. He passed away last 10th of May (Mother’s Day), this song reminds me when my dad took me for the the first time at the Carnival in Cubao, QC, he was singing with it, I was 6 y/o then 😀

**Editor’s Choice** &

Jagger Camungay

4th. Jagger Camungay – I choose “Please don’t stop the Rain” by James Morrison because our house has this technology that purifies rain water. The more rain the more water we can drink, bath, and use on our daily household chores.

3rd. Michelle Ame – Whenever it rains my son and I always sing “Rain Rain Go Away” while looking outside the window, I don’t know if that’s the right title of the song but that’s what we sing everytime the rain pours and it makes my son happy. We love it when it rains, just like a simple bonding moment for the two of us =)

2nd. Michelle Gonzales –  I really love the song “Grow Old with You” by Adam Sandler.   The lyrics speaks well of how romantic it is growing old with the one you love and I want that to happen to me & my hubby.  Everytime it is raining I love listening to that song, thinking of our sweet moments always & talking about us, our kids & our future.

Czaroma Roman1st. Czaroma Roman – I always wanted to see the colors of the rainbow after the rain for it reminds me how wonderful life is. The song, “Rainbow Connection” brings out the inner child in me, keeps my hopes up, helps me believe in my dreams and strengthens my spirit.

So there you go, our winners for Bandera’s “Rhythm of the Rain” Online contest. Later on we will also post the “Rest of the Best” (i.e. 7 other entries from our shortlist) who will each get a set of Magazines titles from Hinge Inquirer.

Once again, Congratulations. More contests coming up.

Jeri Reyes, IPI BizDev

***

Summer 09 Anything Under the Sun Mechs“Anything Under the Sun” Online Contest

Last April we ran a 3-week contest on our Multiply account entitled “Anything Under the Sun”. We asked our contacts to submit a short article regarding their most memorable summer experience and we gave away loads of Movie tickets, GCs, and HIP Magazines for prizes. We shortlisted the entries and our Editor-in-Chief, Ms. Arlene Burgos, chose her Top 4 favorites from among the best articles. As promised, we will be featuring each of the Top 4 winners every week on our paper.

And now, without further ado, we would like to present our Top 4 Winners. Congratz guys!

Fjordan Allego 4th. Fjordan Allego – Fjordan’s Entry recounted a rather interesting summer escapade:

“I had a 1-week vacation in Pangasinan with my barkada where we were

able to enjoy swimming and tour the interesting corners on my friend’s

hometown. Then, off to Baguio to enjoy the cool ambience for a couple

of hours. Back in Manila, I got my first job (unintentionally) for accompanying my barkada in applying for a summer job. I also experienced to do the Visita Iglecia from Malate Church to Loreto Church.

Summer 2006 was truly special and memorable to me. It was

fruitful and adventurous. Thanks to my barkada who made that part of

my life a history.”

Raechelle Castellon 3rd. Raechelle Castellon – A vivid image of a rustic country-life was captured on her entry:

The summer memories I most cherish are those spent in my childhood. My cousins and I find joy in the simpleness of life in the countryside. After harvesting the palay, we have big piles of hay to entertain ourselves with,our primitive version of the bouncy inflatables. After this, we take a dip in the farm irrigation. The water is very refreshing to our sunburnt bodies. Then, we spend the rest of the afternoon picking suso/kuholfrom the rice paddies. Sometimes, by night, we’re off to watching the Santacruzan. Other days, it is just stomach popping fiesta hopping to different towns.

Cara Garcia 2nd. Cara Emmeline Garcia – Cara’s Entry featured her family trip to Hong Kong:

“Spending time with my family is my top priority when it comes to vacations because we learn more about each other everyday. My most memorable summer vacation is when my family and I went to Hong Kong for the very first time in May 2004. It was memorable because we got to experience a different culture each day some were riding boats and trams, seeing temples, going shopping, and experiencing some miscommunication. But over all it was a learning experience, because I learned a lot about my family and a lasting memory that I can share and hold on forever.”

1st. Rowena Wendy Lei – Her entry’s a re-telling of her family’s Singapore tour which she won in a photo and writing contest:

“It happened in the summer of 2008. My photo and essay were picked from over two thousand entries by Discovery Channel Asia and Singapore Tourism Board. We won an all-expense paid trip to Singapore. It was the first time my husband, two children, and I went abroad all together. We were given a tour of the best sights, treated to the best food, and accommodated at a five-star hotel. It was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience we would all remember forever. Best of all we made some lifelong friends in a foreign land — and that is truly something worth treasuring.”

So there you have it. The Top 4 winners of our Anything Under the Sun Online contest. You can visit our Multiply site www.inquirerpublications.multiply.com for more contests and updates.

Jeri Reyes, IPI BizDev

Advertisements
7 mga puna leave one →
  1. Oktubre 13, 2009 7:19 hapon

    cool!! hope makasali ako dito.. tatapusin ko muna ang Finals namin sa school!

    • banderablogs permalink*
      Oktubre 14, 2009 11:11 umaga

      oo nga fjordz sali ka uli, baka me winning entry ka uli diyan. Ask mo rin friends mo, madami ka followers dun sa blogspot mo di ba? salamat.

  2. Oktubre 21, 2009 11:42 umaga

    its great to win movie tickets!

  3. Agosto 6, 2011 11:56 umaga

    pdeh maki chika !

  4. Agosto 6, 2011 11:58 umaga

    mga kapatid .. what kind of contest of this .. ?

  5. Bobby Zamora permalink
    Disyembre 24, 2011 12:03 hapon

    where can i see here the results/winners of the 2nd draw of the ‘Sa Bandera May negosyo”

Trackbacks

  1. uberVU - social comments

Mag-iwan ng Tugon

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Baguhin )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Baguhin )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Baguhin )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Baguhin )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: