Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Fun Saturdays with the Jollibee Kids Club Talent Workshop

Press Release:

Metro Manila’s jolliest bunch of kids flocked to Jollibee stores during the past weeks and had a fruitful time at the Jollibee Kids Club Talent Workshop.

For four Saturdays, seasoned mentors taught club members the basics of acting, singing, dancing and arts and crafts. Through the Jollibee Kids Club Talent Workshop, kids learned to cultivate their special skills, making them more well-rounded.

“As the most fun kids’ club in the country, Jollibee Kids Club has long been an ally of every parent when it comes to fostering a child’s creativity,” said Coleen Niguidula-Ducusin, Jollibee Marketing Manager. “We believe that initiatives such as the Talent Workshop help children get to know themselves better, making them happier and more confident about their talents while having a lot of fun in the process.”

Bustling with kids ranging from three to 12 years old, select Jollibee stores overflowed with the energy of children eager to learn. The Talent Workshop participants got the chance to hone their special talents in two-hour classes that were capped off with free Jollibee meals after.

“This was my first acting workshop,” shared 11-year-old Bryan Abalos. “It was fun and I hope that I can do it more often.”

“I love dancing,” 8-year-old Andrei Arapeles said. “The workshop was really enjoyable.”

Aside from the valuable knowledge that the participants got from the sessions, another highlight was the surprise visit of pop princess Sarah Geronimo to selected Jollibee Kids Club classes. “It is really important that you hone your skills at such a young age, so pagbutihin niyo ha,” the pop princess told the awestruck kids. She added, “I am so happy to be a part of the Jollibee family kasi parang naging parte na rin ako ng pagtupad ng pangarap ng mga bata.”

In return, the kids gamely rendered their Ate Sarah—who recently celebrated her 22nd birthday—a happy birthday song as the Jollibee crew brought out a cake. “All JKC members were given free access to the Jollibee Kids Club Talent Workshop.” said Niguidula. “We are so happy with the turnout. All of the participants were very active and enthusiastic, and we are glad that Jollibee served as a platform for them to realize and tap their creative potentials. There will be more of these to come and we hope to have a bigger number of kids and their families there.”

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