LTFRB, magbubukas ng mga one-stop shop para sa mga pampublikong sasakyan

Magbubukas ng mga one-stop shop para sa mga pampublikong sasakyan ang Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) sa susunod na linggo upang tugunan ang mga pangangailangan ng mga operator at driver. Source link link: LTFRB, magbubukas ng mga one-stop shop para sa mga pampublikong sasakyan.....»»

Category: newsSource: manilainformer manilainformerJan 12th, 2018

Lingap Para sa Bayan: One-stop shop for health services opens in Davao

Lingap Para sa Bayan: One-stop shop for health services opens in Davao.....»»

Category: newsSource:  davaotodayRelated NewsJul 7th, 2017

PNP opens one-stop shop for gun licenses

MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine National Police (PNP) opened to the public yesterday a one-stop shop to centralize the processing of firearm licenses......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsMar 16th, 2018

PNP opens ‘one stop shop’ for processing of gun permits and licenses

          The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Friday opened to the public its One-Stop Shop (OSS) building, the processing center for all firearms and security-related applications and licenses.   The OSS, which is under the direct supervision of the PNP-Civil Security Group, is the hub for all applications for a license to own and possess firearm, a permit to carry firearms outside of residence, and the license to exercise a security profession.   During the turnover ceremony, PNP Chief Dir. Gen. Ronald dela Rosa said the center would finally streamline and fast-track the processes for firearms and security-related licens...Keep on reading: PNP opens ‘one stop shop’ for processing of gun permits and licenses.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMar 16th, 2018

I LOVE YOU, THIS GAME: Death threats and 5-peso coins, the MBA was crazy

There was confidence in the Metropolitan Basketball Association's regional format to succeed. After all, people love it when their home gets the spotlight. At the very least, the MBA was going to be a strong league for the actual cities and provinces that were represented in it. However, even those who believed in the MBA the most probably didn't expect just how big the reception was going to be. It was crazy and someone like this writer, who was too young to experience the bliss that is the MBA, can't do it justice. Fortunately, those who actually lived through the craziness of the MBA can tell those stories now, 20 long years later. Chito Victolero, former guard of the San Juan Knights and current head coach of Magnolia in the PBA: Sometimes merong mga unruly crowd na talagang very supportive sila at merong fanatics so sometimes nakakagawa sila ng mga ‘di tama, but you know kasama ‘yun eh. Kasama ‘yung sa dapat mong paghandaan, kasi you have to include it in your scouting report, ‘yung how to be mentally tough during the game. Kasama ‘yung crowd dun. ‘Yun nga ‘yung MBA. That’s why kakaiba siya kasi kung regular crowd lang siya, parehas lang ng ibang liga ‘yan. That’s why kakaiba ‘yung MBA. The crowd was very different then. ‘Yun ‘yung maganda dun. Kasama siguro sa marketing strategy ng MBA ‘yun, how to deal sa ganung crowd. Kasi iba ‘yung crowd, iba ‘yung atmosphere, iba ‘yung spirit ng game, lahat nandun eh. Nakaka-miss nga eh. When you go to Bacolod, to Cebu, nae-excite ka agad because you know there’s a big crowd. We wonder if coach Chito has a scouting report for Ginebra fans during Manila Clasico?   Dondon Hontiveros, former guard for the Cebu Gems who went on to become a PBA legend. Current guard for Alab Pilipinas: There was a time talaga na masasabi ko na ‘yung outrageous na ginagawa ng mga fans pa… may mga batuhan. Nakita nga natin dito may nagbato ng bottled water sa referee pero it was worse then. It even came to a point na kapag nalaman ng fans kung ano ‘yung hotel ng kalaban parang inaabangan na ba. And ganun din kami if we go travel to Bacolod, ganun din ‘yung nae-experience namin. Fortunately for me, pagkakaalam ng mga taga-Bacolod, taga-doon ako because the year before, in 1997, I played there sa Negros Basketball Association for Central and maganda pinakita ko. So naalala nila na dun ako naglaro, so ‘di naman masama para sa’kin. Cebu vs. Negros was one of the premier rivalries in the MBA and Hontiveros was the star of the Gems. "Fortunately for me," might be an understatement for Dondon.   Rafi Reavis, former center for the San Juan Knights. Still plays for Magnolia in the PBA and is the winningest active player, with 10 championships: It was always one of the teams at the South, because it was always the North versus the South. Negros, we had a tough time down there. Cebu’s also a tough place to play – not only did you have do play in a hostile environment, and when I say hostile I mean coins being thrown at you, hamburgers, apples, anything you can think of, it can be coming your way. You really had to watch out if things get heated in those places. That was just how passionate the fans were. I mean, they’re the nicest people but hey, don’t come in here and try to take what we’re trying to achieve here. It was pretty cool.  I never heard any racist things but I’ve been cursed out by old ladies before. I remembered an old lady, about 80-plus year-old, she just walked by me before the game cursing me out so I was like ‘Wow!’. But I also understood these fans are just passionate, this was their home team, so I understood. I get it. And as a player, you cannot let stuff like that affect you, and that’s just the will power you had to have. You have to put yourself inside of a bubble and focus on the task at hand which is the game, win the game and get out of there, hopefully safely, and leaving everything else to the fans and the things you can’t control, you leave it alone. Rafi must have been quite the charm back in the MBA.   Reynel Hugnatan, former forward for the Negros Slashers and current forward for the Meralco Bolts with at least 5,000 career points in the PBA: Naalala ko nun naglaro kami sa Cebu, may dala na kamig mga payong sa ilalim ng upuan namin. Kasi alam namin, pag konting ano lang, magbabatuhan na naman. Pag nagbatuhan, ready na kami, may payong na kami. Always bring an umbrella folks.   Nash Racela, former head coach for the Batangas Blades and current head coach for TNT KaTropa: If you watch the MBA ang daming hecklers di ba, talagang sinisigawan ka the whole game. I'm thinking one game in Davao, and there was another game in Negros na parang the whole game, may isang tao nasa likod ko na sigaw lang ng sigaw sa akin. Ganun talaga eh, it just shows the passion of the Filipino basketball fans. That's understandable, it really made the game more interesting nung mga panahon na yun. We think coach Nash would prefer this set up than having to bring his own umbrella to the bench.   Alex Compton, former guard for the Manila Metrostars and current head coach for the Alaska Aces: It hurts if a five-peso coin comes flying from the upper deck and hits you in the head. That leaves a bump and that happened a few times in a few different places. In the MBA that was almost expected because everybody was so intense. You should have brought an umbrella coach.   Peter Musngi, the one and only "Voice of ABS-CBN," he was one of the key people for ABS-CBN in the MBA from the league's inception to its untimely demise: One of the things that I remember, and kapag inaalala ko nga lang kinakabahan pa ko eh, I think I was seated beyond Commissioner Ogie Narvasa then sa official’s table and noong nagbatuhan… we were warned already kasi it was Negros vs. Cebu, sabi baka magkagulo. Noong may questionable call daw ng referee, biglang nagliparan ‘yung mga coins. Nakita ko talaga tumatama kay Commissioner Ogie Narvasa, but he looked at the back and stayed. Ako naman, tatakbo na sana ako (laughs) kasi nagkakagulo na pero ‘nung nakita ko si Ogie, ‘Ay nakakahiya, sige na nga bahala na matamaan sa ulo’ (laughs). So that’s one. The others are from the coverage standpoint, dahil we were always moving around, and it came to a point paggising mo ‘di mo alam kung nasaan ka. It takes a few minutes to think ‘Oh, saan kami nanggaling? Saan na kami ngayon?’ Or the fact that we were eating Jollibee for breakfast, lunch and dinner (laughs) because ‘yun ang sponsor eh. That wasn’t bad, but we had to be creative and say, I mean kasi umuulan, umaaraw, ‘di mo alam tapos, sabi naming ‘At least man lang arroz caldo, mainit.’ Jollibee all day, everyday? Now that's crazy.   Ramon Fernandez, the "El President" and four-time PBA Most Valuable Player served as the MBA's very first Commissioner: The biggest problem of the Commissioner's Office at the time were the fans, the rowdy fans. Masyadong fanatic sa mga teams nila. I remember distinctly one game in Negros, it was the Cebu Gems and the Negros Slashers, nagkagulo yung players. The fans just started throwing things and I had to stop the game. Mabuti na lang nandoon yung bishop, sitting beside me. So pinakiusapan ko siya na, 'Bishop baka pwede mo naman kausapinyung crowd na let's just enjoy and have fun' pumayag naman siya. Natuloy yung game, laro ulit. Eh nagkaroon na naman ng gulo, ganun na naman nangyaro so I said, 'Bishop baka one more time,' sabi niya, 'Mon leave it all to God.' Sometimes all you can do is just pray and ask for Divine Intervention.   Ramon Tuason, CEO of MetroBall, Inc., the mother company of the Metropolitan Basketball Association: It was a Cebu-Davao game and Ramon Fernandez was able to gather 14 large garbage cans of debris [from the game]. From rocks, to plastic bottles, to bottles with green liquid inside, anything. Marbles, socks with marbles inside, they were throwing everything inside. As a matter of fact, we had to ban plastic drinking water from entering the stadium after like the fourth or fifth game. We had to go through the Army, the PNP, and everybody to have support in the stadiums because of the fans' passion. We call it the passion of the nation but sometimes, they become too passionate, too emotional. Very difficult to control the crowds. In Bacolod, there was a situation where a bomb exploded inside a garbage can. Players, coaches, and including us got death threats especially during the inauguration game, because as you remember, the PBA, who was I guess threatened, decided to move their opening day to our same opening day and made it a Robert Jaworski birthday bash. I guess Jaworski fans were a bit pissed off that we were in the same day but actually, they moved their opening day to ours, as a matter of fact, ABS-CBN had a countdown. The PBA was threatened? Interesting... (to be continued)   *I Love You, This Game is a series celebrating the Metropolitan Basketball Association's 20th anniversary. Stay tuned for more! READ PART 1: I LOVE YOU, THIS GAME: The logo that started a basketball revolution READ PART 2: I LOVE YOU, THIS GAME: The Passion of the Nation READ PART 3: I LOVE YOU, THIS GAME: Trouble from Lakerland --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMar 12th, 2018

QC One Stop Shop seen to attract more businesses - The Manila Times

QC One Stop Shop seen to attract more businesses - The Manila Times.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsMar 10th, 2018

QC government moves to streamline business registration

The local government of Quezon City has launched a program that would facilitate the registration of new businesses, in a bid to further the ease of doing business in the city. The program includes a one-stop shop that seeks to cut the number of steps new businesses would have to go through to secure business […] The post QC government moves to streamline business registration appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMar 9th, 2018

Bosch opens 1st one-stop shop in Philippines

BOSCH PHILIPPINES recently opened its first one-stop shop for power tools in the country, as it anticipates robust demand for construction technology solutions amid the government’s massive infrastructure program. “The government’s aggressive infrastructure efforts coupled with the rise of opportunities in the construction segment has led Bosch to step up in providing the most efficient […] The post Bosch opens 1st one-stop shop in Philippines appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsFeb 20th, 2018

Bosch launches store as demand for construction tools go up

Bosch, the brand better known locally for its power tools, opened its first one-stop shop in Quezon city to cover the demand for construction technology solutions. Bosch Philippines Power Tool Country Sales Director William Go in a statement said that the shop is a response to the increasing power tool demand as the construction sector […] The post Bosch launches store as demand for construction tools go up appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsFeb 20th, 2018

PRRD to lead unveiling of ‘Malasakit Center’ in Cebu City Monday

President Rodrigo R. Duterte will lead the unveiling of ‘Malasakit Center’ located inside the Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center in Cebu City together with Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) General Manager Alexander Balutan and other government officials on Monday afternoon. A Malasakit Center is a one-stop shop staffed by representatives from the Department of Health […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsFeb 12th, 2018

Jeepney stop isunod na

MATAGUMPAY ang kampanya ng gobyerno laban sa mga bulok na jeep. Bukod sa bawas usok at peligro, medyo guminhawa rin ang daloy ng trapik sa mga lansangan. Ito ay matapos ipatupad ng buong tapang ang naturang programa sa pangunguna ng LTFRB na inalalayan naman ng PNP at MMDA. Sa una….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJan 30th, 2018

Gov’t to accept Uber, Grab franchise applications on February 5

By Arra B. Francia, Reporter STARTING February 5, the government will start accepting franchise applications for vehicles to be used on ride-hailing platforms despite setting a cap on the number of cars it will be allowing on the road. “We are already in the thick of preparations, like preparing the receiving area, a one-stop shop […] The post Gov’t to accept Uber, Grab franchise applications on February 5 appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsJan 26th, 2018

Duterte: ‘Billions?’ Investigate me to stop ‘endless suspicion’

President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday said he is open to an investigation amid reports questioning his wealth.   In his departure speech before going to an official visit to India, Duterte said he wanted to stop the "endless suspicion" about his wealth.   "That is why I want to... Congress to proceed. Mag-imbestiga kayo. As a matter of fact ako 'yung mismo nag-i-insist para malaman ninyo'yungtotoo. This endless suspicion. It's about time that magharapan tayo. Kaya ko binibira lahat. Wala kayong makalkal sa akin," he said.   (That's why I want Congress to proceed. Investigate. As a matter of fact, I'm the one insisting for you to know the truth. This ...Keep on reading: Duterte: ‘Billions?’ Investigate me to stop ‘endless suspicion’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 24th, 2018

Hindi makatarungan : Grab, Uber drivers slam LTFRB for limiting cars

MANILA, Philippines – Grab and Uber drivers' group TeamSpeed was distraught upon hearing that the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) had limited the maximum units of ride-hailing app-registered cars. "Ito ay hindi makatarungan para sa lahat bagkus pinapakita lamang ng LTFRB ang mahinang pamumuno (This is unjust for all, ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJan 23rd, 2018

Business One-Stop Shop raises P219.2M revenues

THE Business One-Stop Shop of the Zamboanga City Government has assessed a total of 5,253 business permits representing a revenue earning of P219.2 million from January 3 to 20. City Treasur.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJan 23rd, 2018

Business One Stop Shop operation extended

THE operation of the Business One Stop Shop (Boss), the simplified procedure of acquiring business registration and renewal, has been extended until January 31. The Boss, located at Centro L.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsJan 22nd, 2018

Legal marijuana off to blazing start in California

DESERT HOT SPRINGS, United States --- It's the first day that marijuana can be bought and sold legally in California, and store owner Nicole Salisbury's stock of pot edibles is already running low. The phone has been ringing non-stop for weeks with people from out-of-state expressing an interest in sampling her wares. "I'm so excited but I'm also a little bit nervous," says Salisbury, who has been in the marijuana business for a decade and opened Green Pearl Organics as a medical dispensary two years ago. "For the first time, I feel comfortable telling people that I own a marijuana shop," added the 35-year-old, who has vibrant blue-green hair. Eight states as well as the ...Keep on reading: Legal marijuana off to blazing start in California.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2018

Coach Louie Alas on son Kevin: Parking [pa lang] ita-trap ko na

For the first time in the PBA, Louie Alas the head coach will be taking on Kevin Alas the PBA player once the league resumes play in 2018. The interesting father-son encounter is set for January 7 when coach Louie's Phoenix Fuel Masters clash against Kevin's NLEX Road Warriors. It appears that coach Louie has been looking forward to this. It doesn't take a genius to figure that out. "Ang iniisip na agad is against NLEX," the elder Alas said after Phoenix beat Kia last Dec. 27 for his first win with his new team. "NLEX, malakas na team. Alam natin deep line up nila. Talagang kung anong sistema namin offensively, almost the same NLEX na run-and-gun. We just have to play non stop defense against NLEX," he added. The elder Alas also has a special game plan set for his son. "Ngayon hanggang parking pa lang ita-trap ko na," he said on how to stop Kevin and the vaunted NLEX backcourt. Seriously, trapping will be key for coach Louie's Fuel Masters if they are to take a win against the currently spotless Road Warriors. Aside from Kevin, the NLEX backcourt also has super rookie Kiefer Ravena and veteran Larry Fonacier. "Hirap talaga. Pinaparating ko na talaga para pag-isipan nila yung trap, half-court at full court," coach Louie said.     --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @paullintag8.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJan 2nd, 2018

Liham Mula Davao ni Jun Ledesma

 ‘Ibon ma’y umaawit matapos ang bagyo’  ANG TREHEDYA na nangyari sa Lungsod ng Dabaw noon bisperas ng Pasko ay pambihira. Maaga pa lang ay itinaas na ang alarma para sa bagyong Vinta kung saan kasama ang lungsod sa mga daraanan nito. Si Mayor Inday Sara Duterte ay maagap na nagpalabas ng mga paalala sa mga naninirahan sa mga  baybayin, tabi ng mga ilog at mga lugar na tinamaan na noon ng mga pagbaha at binalaan na maging mapagmatiyag at lumikas.  Nang tumama ang Vinta sa kalupaan at nananalasa sa Davao, Surigao, Agusan, Compostela Valley province, ang hangin sa Lungsod ng Dabaw ay kalmado at maagang sumikat ang araw. Pinag-isipan ko sanang ipagpaliban ang tradisiyonal na Christmas Party na isinasagawa para sa mga empleyado ng Mindanao Journal kasama ang ilang mga malalapit na kaibigan sa media ngunit dahil nakagugulat na maganda naman ang panahon, ay napagpasyahan naming na ituloy ito. Kasabay nito ang aking biyenan at aking anak na si Kristine at tatlong apo ay nag datingan din para sa aming Christmas reunion.  Ang dalawa kong anak na lalakeng sina Dante at Ferdinand na naninirahan sa Gem Village sa Ma-a, ay kasama namin sa kasiyahan. Bandang 7:00 ng gabi at isang kapitbahay ang nag text sa kanila na ang tubig-baha ay papasok na sa subdibisyon. Ang kaibigan ni Dante ay tumawag din at nag-aalok ng kaniyang sasakyan para mailipat ang mga importanteng gamit sa mas ligtas na lugar. Agad silang umalis sa party at pumunta sa Ma-a at nang sila ay makarating doon hanggang tuhod na ang tubig baha. Ikinarga nila ang lahat ng kaya nila sa van at agad ding umalis.  Ang aking tahanan ay nasa mas mataas na lugar. Mula sa aming kinalalagyan, dinig ang mayat-mayang sirena at pagdaan ng mga rescue trucks at ambulansiya ng 911. Tumawag ako sa 911 upang itanong kung anong nangyayari. Maagap ang kanilang tugon. “Sir pinasok na ng rumaragasang baha ang Jade Valley” at nagpapatuloy ang rescue operations. Inililikas na rin ang mga nasa Gem Village at nagiikot ang mga opisyal ng barangay upang payuhan ang mga residente na agad ng magsilikas.  Nagulat ako. Ang aking mga anak ay nandoon. Kinuha ko ang aking cellphone  at tinawagan sila. “Dito na kami sa harap ng bahay ninyo Pa,” tugon ni Ferdinand.   Nagpatuloy kami sa aming Christmas dinner at exchanged gifts na may kahalong kaba. Kaya’t nag-pasyang maagang magsi-uwian. Habang inihahatid ko ang aking mga kaibigan sa labas nagsimula ng umambon. Maya-maya pa, Si Allan Abais ng dxAB ay nag text at sinabi na si Secretaty Bong Go ay nasa lugar na ng kalamidad sa Jade Valley at tumutulong sa mga na istranded sa baha na mga residente.  Noon pa man si Secretary Bong ay isang magaling na jet skier at laging kasama sa mga rescue operations.  Ang mga anak ko ay bumalik na uli ng Gem Village sa Ma-a pag sikat ng araw ngunit bumalik din kaagad. Ang buong village ay lubog na sa baha at ang mga tao ay hindi na pinayagang makapasok pa maliban sa mga rescue teams. Sikat na ang araw. Maya-maya pa tumawag ang Club Samal, isang resort sa tabing dagat sa Island Garden City of Samal, upang ipaalam sa akin na  kalmado daw ang dagat at pinayagan na ng coast guard na makatawid ang mga ferry sa pagitan ng Davao at Samal. Nawalan na kami ng pag-asa sa bahay ng aking mga anak sa Gem Village, kaya bumiyahe na kami sa Club Samal na isang bagong-gawang resort at hotel na pagmamay-ari ng aking kaibigan at Chairman ng Davao City Water District, Ed Bangayan.  Habang kami ay nagbibiyahe patungo sa  pier upang tumawid sa Samal Island, ang mga balita tungkol sa baha ay nangunguna pa ring balita sa radyo. Ngunit kinalaunan isang ulat ang pumasok hinggil sa nasusunog na NCCC Mall. Sa alam kong laki at lawak ng gusali hindi ko lubos maisip kung bakit ang mga tao sa ika-apat na palapag ay na-trap at hindi makalabas. Sa katunayan ang mga balita sa radio ay nakatuon ng matagal sa mga binahang village kung saan nagpapatuloy ang rescue operations mula pa ng gabi ng ika 23 ng Disyembre. Kayat nakagugulat na marinig na hindi lang iilan ang nasawi.  Si Pangulong Duterte na noon ay nasa Biliran at sa iba pang panig ng Mindanao ay agad na umuwi upang makita ang lawak ng pinsalang dala ng baha at sunog. Talagang hindi kapanipaniwala ngunit kaharap  ko ang  masakit na reyalidad at katotohanan. Sino nga ba ang makapaniniwalang ang dalawang kalamidad na ito ay mangyayari. Maganda ang lagay ng panahon sa Lungsod ng Dabaw. Ang init ng araw ay matindi. At paanong ang isang gusali gaya ng NCCC mall ay magiging nag lalagablab na patibong?  Napaka-pambihira. Pasko sana at maaring mag diwang dahil nailigtas ang lungsod mula sa bagyo at malakas na ulan na nanalasa sa ibang probinsiya at lungsod na dinaanan nito kung saan kasama sana ang Lungsod ng Dabaw. Lingid sa kaalaman  ng MBA Gaga Davao City ang malakas na ulan na bumuhos sa mga kabundukan kabilang na ang nasa karatig na probinsiya ay bumaba at dumaloy sa Tamugan at Davao River na nag dala ng rumaragasang tubig baha sa mga ilog.  At paano naman ang sunog sa NCCC Mall? Wala akong sagot diyan. Ang masasabi ko lang sa ngayon ay isang seryoso at masusing imbestigasiyon ang dapat maisagawa.  Isang napaka-lungkot na bahagi at pangyayari ito upang isulat lalo na at panahon […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsDec 27th, 2017

Dream come true for Ginebra calendar girl, muse Myrtle

Kapamilya star Myrtle Sarrosa was both grateful and excited walking in front of the Barangay Ginebra Gin Kings on Sunday during the opening rites of the 43rd PBA season at the Araneta Coliseum. A self-confessed huge Ka-Barangay, the actress, former NCAA courtside reporter and cosplayer couldn’t help but be giddy with delight after the traditional parade of teams.   “Una sa lahat sobrang grateful ko na ako ang napili nila for this coming season to be their muse. Of course Ginebra is the back-to-back champions (in the Governors’ Cup),” said Sarrosa, who wore a red dress that highlighted the curves of the 5-foot-7 morena beauty. “Noong una kong nalaman medyo kinabahan ako, na-pressure ako pero ngayong nakilala ko na ang mga players and nakasama ko ang buong team sobrang grateful ko.” It was a dream come true for one true Ginebra fan. “Actually, ang pamilya ko huge Ginebra fans talaga. So nu’ng nalaman nila na ako yung magmu-muse lahat sila full support, all-out support,” said the 24-year old Sarrosa. “And I’m glad na first time kong mag-muse and doon pa sa team na gustong-gusto ko.” “Oo (dream come true), kasi noong bata ako, di ba galing pa ako ng Iloilo, gusto talaga naming manood ng PBA game. So it’s my first time na nandito ngayon, na maging isang muse pa for PBA, to be a guest for them so grateful ako,” she added. The Ginebra muse said that it’s her first time to walk inside the Big Dome’s hardwood wearing heels and her stint also served as a reunion with former Perpetual Help star Scottie Thompson, who Sarrosa covered while serving as one of NCAA’s courtside reporter. “Masaya! This time di ako naka-rubber shoes sa court. This time naka-heels ako tapos naglalakad ako kasama ang mga players,” she said. “Masaya ako kasi di ba noong nag-courtside ako for NCAA nakasama ko si Scottie (Thompson)? Masaya ako to be here again. (Parang reunion) namin. Masaya ako, I’m proud of him,” the Ilongga added. “Sabi namin, ‘Grabe last na kita naming nagre-report ako para sa Perps tapos ngayon magkasama na kami para sa Ginebra.’” The Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition 4 Big Winner’s stint with Gin Kings doesn’t stop with just being the team’s muse. Sarrosa is also Ginebra’s 2018 calendar girl.   “So this 2018 ako rin ang calendar girl ng Ginebra,” said Sarrosa. “Marami kaming mga events in support for Ginebra and GSM Blue.”   --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 17th, 2017

Bangko para sa mga overseas Filipino, magbubukas sa January 20, 2018- Bello

Inihayag Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III na magbubukas na ang Overseas Filipino Bank (OFB) on January 20, 2018 na papalit sa Philippine Postal Savings Bank (PPSB). Source link link: Bangko para sa mga overseas Filipino, magbubukas sa January 20, 2018- Bello.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsDec 15th, 2017