Posts Tagged ‘SM City Pampanga’
Since SM City Pampanga became a haven of bloggers and techies after it has launched its mallwide wifi services, hundreds troop to the mall to work, play and simply have fun!
And the best hang-out while working inside SM City Pampanga is at the Food Court where everything is hot, sizzling, delicious and affordable.
Sumptuous food from Inihaw Express, Henlin, Kamay Kainan, Goto King, Luring’s Barbeque, Seafood Grill and Kusina ni Gracia will definitely suit everybody’s taste.
The recent bloggers’ event at the Food Court is quite fun and exciting as the said restaurants and food chains showcased their food in sizzling plates, grills, sticks and bowls.
Food Court Manager Ma. Cherrilyn Ortega made sure that everyone is well fed and happy about Food Court’s cozy and warm accommodations amid the September rains. (Story by Mini A/Photos by Trends and Spots)
Hundreds of people flocked SM City Pampanga as the longest mall in the country joined the whole nation in commemorating the 111th anniversary of Philippine Independence. Mall employees, tenants, affiliates as well as representatives from the Provincial Board assembled in front of the main Mall to sing the National Anthem and to honor the National Flag.
What made the event even more heart-warming is a special cultural performance by the Sinukwan Training Center for the Arts headed by the world-class artist Peter De Vera. The group performed various Philippine dances and live dioramas that brought Philippine history to life.
The special Tableau depicting the heroic acts of the Filipinos and martyrs of freedom in the earlier years was well performed. A dramatic dance presentation has also demonstrated the many years of struggle and resistance of the Filipinos against the colonizers. This included the sewing of the Philippine Flag by Marcela Agoncillo that made the crowd cheer with awe.
The flag-raising was led by SM City Pampanga’s Mall Manager Engr. Roman A. Palo with the board members Ric Yabut, JQ Quiambao and Nelson Calara. The flag-raising rite was followed by a symbolic balloon and dove releasing. (Story by SMPP).