Posts Tagged ‘Dream Big Pilipinas Football Association

23
Nov
15

Coca-Cola Kicks-Off World’s Largest Grassroots Football Program in the Philippines

(Press Release) Manila, Philippines (November 16, 2015) — Coca-Cola Cup – the world’s largest grassroots football which champions active healthy lifestyle, encourages values through sports, and celebrates football passion – has finally arrived in the Philippines.

From left to right: Edmund Alan Qua Hiasen, Chairman of Dream Big Pilipinas Football Association, Taguig City Vice Mayor Ricardo Ading Cruz III, Atty. Adel Tamano, Vice-President for Public Affairs and Communications of Coca-Cola Philippines; and Lorenzo Roxas, Vice Chairman of Loyola Meralco Sparks Academy, kick-off the local pilot of the Coca-Cola Cup Philippines at the Bonifacio Global City.

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With Proclamation 269, the regular holidays and special (non-working) days for 2018 have been declared in the Philippines.  It looks like we have numerous long weekends ahead!

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Palawan Chronicles: El Nido, et al

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