Two years ago, I came, I saw and I blogged about the Blogapalooza. The event opened more doors of opportunities, and contacts. It was a successful event hosted by When in Manila. Brilliant idea to connect businesses and bloggers. On the same year, I became part of the When in Manila family! How awesome!
Two weeks ago, Blogapalooza once again made history – organized by When in Manila and this time partnering with Our Awesome Planet. I attended the wedding early that day, but I got updated on what was happening during the event. Thank you to the bloggers who kept on tweeting and posting photos on instagram – all I needed was to check the #blogapalooza hashtag. We actually trended on twitter!
Now, let me show you the new products and businesses I discovered..
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First stop, we got our Blogapalooza eco-bag from Eagle’s Wing Enterprises. We were hopeful will take home some good products to sample at home.
Grab Taxi offered a Php150 rebate to all bloggers who used the service to go to the event.
I am reading alot of good reviews from my beauty blogger friends about BYS Cosmetics, I love that the line is also really affordable!
If you think the event is just for the girls, see this.. Meister Watches on display. I wish they gave away some for the bloggers. I can just lust over those watches.
Of course, Tino Suits is there! One of the businesses that When in Manila has helped to gain more businesses and followers.
Lazer Extreme is my favorite of all the businesses! They gave away tickets so we can experience playing the game. We actually love Lazer Tag and we did play before with co-workers and my nephew.
There were more surprises too. Like, the awesome stint by the Project Awesome! We thought our connection got hacked. The organizers started asking each other (Vince was such a good actor!). Then the Project Awesome team started dancing. They are a group of peeps who you can work with if you are planning to do a flash mob, or wedding proposal. They are ordinary people like you and me, and the next time that you see a show somewhere in Manila – check out, it could be Project Awesome!