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PR: The White Hat Cup Challenge with Andi and Jessica

From our friends from The White Hat.

The White Hat Cup Challenge

ANDI AND JESSICA CHALLENGES YOU!

The White Hat – Italian Frozen Yogurt, officially welcomes Andi Manzano and Jessica Mendoza as its official brand ambassadors.  To kick off the event, TWH is launching the TWH CUP CHALLENGE with this question – “How many yogurt cups can you carry?”. 

Here’s Andi & Jessica speaking about it

 


Everyone is invited to participate and challenge Andi & Jessica by visiting any TWH store, make a video of themselves carrying as many cups as they can within 30 seconds and then emailing the video directly to Andi & Jessica thru – andiandjessicaTWHchallenge@gmail.com


The winner/s will be announced on June 30, 2012 and will get an eat-all-you-can yogurt party including five of his friends with Andi & Jessica.

How’s that for SUMMER FUN??

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The White Hat is the country’s leading frozen yogurt chain store with more than 25 outlets nationwide.  Andi Manzano & Jessica Mendoza are celebrity DJs at Magic 89.9.

Branches:
Metro Manila:
·         Alabang Town Center
·         Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street
·         Gateway Mall
·         Glorietta 3
·         Landmark TriNoma
·         One Archers Place (DLSU Taft Manila)
·         Robinson’s Galleria
·         Robinson’s Place Manila Midtown
·         Rustan’s Supermarket (Poweplant Mall, Rockwell)
·         Shangri-La Plaza Mall
·         SM Fairview
·         SM Mall of Asia
·         SM Marikina
·         SM Megamall
·         SM North Edsa
·         TriNoma Mall

Provincial:
·         Abreeza Mall – Davao
·         Gaisano Mall – Davao
·         Marquee Mall – Angeles City, Pampanga
·         SM Baguio
·         SM Calamba
·         SM Cebu
·         SM Dasmarinas
·         SM Pampanga
·         SM Sta Rosa
·         Star Green Promenade – Dagupan City, Pangasinan

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