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GIVEAWAY ALERT: Win Tickets to the Fashion Gives Back Bazaar!

Christmas is just around the corner, and I'm sure that you're all scrambling to find that perfect present for your loved ones.  But since this is the season of giving, wouldn't it be better to do your shopping while helping others at the same time?

Fashion Gives Back Bazaar!

We'll now you can by simply dropping by Fashion Gives Back: a fashion show, bazaar and charity event on October 14 to 15, 2011 at Il Terrazo, Tomas Morato, Q.C.

Check out some of the items by:
  1. Cocomo swimwear;
  2. Motives make up;
  3. Amour casual and partywear;
  4. Undernourished partywear;
  5. World traveller luggage and bags with High sierra bags;
  6. Haute Love hand painted clothing;
  7. D'haus of aroma - aromatherapy items;
  8. Madhouse graphic shirts; 
  9. Tutubelle clothing;
  10. Sinude bags;
and many more....

Huge discounts for World traveller luggage and bags are also avalailable perfect for those upcoming travels you have in mind!
Be sure to catch the Fashion show on October 14 at 9:30p.m. featuring clothes and accessories from Amour partywear, Cocomo swimwear, Hand painted designs by Clarice Teves, Undernourished partywear and World Traveller luggage.

A free make up seminar hosted by the people from Motives Make Up on October 15 at 2:30p.m. will surely excite all those wanting to learn more about the art of beautification.

Tickets are available at Php80 a piece (sold at the bazaar entrance) with proceeds going to
  • the Send-A-Child-To-School Program for P1000 - good for one school year; and
  • the Change to Know Project Aral: Silid Aklatan To Know is To Grow by the Lyceum Camiguin which aims to build the the very first public library building for the children of remote Camiguin Norte in the Babuyan Islands.
And that's not all!  Each ticket entitles the holder to the following discounts and freebies at various establishments:
  1. 5% off with P200 minimum purchase at Banapple (IL Terrazo branch) valid until October 31, 2011;
  2. free warm fudge cake with every Php500 minimum purchase at Jack's Loft (IL Terrazo branch) valid until October 31, 2011;
  3. free 8oz. Coca Cola with every P250 minimum purchase at The Real Thing (IL Terrazo branch) valid until October 31, 2011;
  4. free entrance to the Eivissa Superclub located at the 3rd floor, CTTM Building, Tomas Morato cor. Timog (valid until October 15 only); and
  5. free entrance at The Lounge Function Room located at the 2nd floor Bellagio Square, Scout Fuentebella Street corner Tomas Morato (valid until October 15 only.)
Pick a prize at the bazaar proper and get a chance to win 1 of 200 Bon Chon chickens (IL Terrazo) being given away during the event proper.

Bazaar hours are from 12n.n. to 10p.m.  Enough time for you to catch in on all those rare finds and goodies!


Want to win free tickets to the Fashion Gives Back Bazaar?  Then simply follow these steps to win a pair -- one for you and a guest.

1. Follow Code Limited on Facebook (+1 point)

2. Follow The Average Jane on Facebook (+1 point)

3. Follow The Average Jane on Twitter (+1 point)

Be sure to leave your name, e-mail address, Facebook and Twitter usernames in the comments section below so I know you're joining.  Contest ends on October 12, 2011.  Tickets will be claimed at the event proper itself.  =)

10 winners will be given a pair of tickets to the super charity event of the year!  So what are you waiting for?  Join now!


Interested in showcasing your products at the Fashion Gives Back Bazaar?  Slots are still available.  E-mail for full details.


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