Tutuban Center at 25

Twenty five years is “25” years. Thus, for any corporate establishment silver anniversaries are momentous milestones greeted with glamour and festivities, and Tutuban Center takes no exception, looking forward with excitement and anticipation as it continually strives to grow further the trust of Pinoy shoppers.


Looking ahead moving to its next 25 years. notwithstanding redevelopment plans in the pipeline, Tutuban Center took time on if the usual grand celebrations, choosing instead a simplistic yet meaningful observance of its anniversary, anchored on thanksgiving and sharing with the community.

Tutuban Center greeted February 21 with a blood-letting activity in partnership with the Philippine Red Cross, Its afternoon was highlighted by a thanksgiving mass participated by its tenants, service providers, other business partners and it’s very own employees. Closing the day’s celebration, in partnership with “Mode Elle” alongside the participating of selected tenants it held “Fashion for Compassion,” a fund-raising activity having as its beneficiaries “Tahan-Tahanan” and “Child Haus“.

Tahan-Tahanan” is a haven for cancer-stricken children and their familycoming from the provinces who seek treatment in Metro Manila hospitals. Similary, “Child Haus” provides temporary shelter for province-based indigent cancer patients.

Indeed, it’s silver milestone worth celebrating in the glitziest and most fabulous manner. But nobody said glitz and glamour can’t be meaningful and this year, Tutuban Center wants to make a difference.


AXA Health Campaign

While measles are more talked about at the moment, non-communicable diseases remain graver threats for Filipinos. Cancer, heart diseases, diabetes, hypertension, stroke or those also called “lifestyle diseases,” are still the top causes of illness and death among Filipinos today, government-collated data showed. And the fact that these types of illnesses brought about by generally unhealthy lifestyle — smoking, drinking, lack of physical activities, among others — have no cure makes it more menacing. “Heart attack and stroke are the ones that kill,” Herbosa said, adding that cases of people with heart attack and stroke are noticeably high in emergency rooms during Christmas and New Year celebration.


Dr. Renzo R. Guinto, Ms. Camille Prats and Usec. Ted Herbosa


AXA Philippines partner with  Department Of Health partner in this campain to fight againts the lifestyle diseases that afficting more filipino’s.  AXA Phil. launches solutions that helps secure your financial future. It keeps on challenging the present and always looking for solutions that better meet the financial needs of their customers. They will even modify services to adjust to their customer’s changing preferences. AXA Philippines of the largest fast growing  life insurance companies, is helping filipino’s prepare for the threat of future major medical emergencies by launching three (3) new products to provide adequate coverage to filipinos when they face a critical illness.

AXA eXentials – a all in one health & protection plan that gives that greatest value at an affordable price. For s low as P59/Day.Customers can get P5.5 million worth of comprehensive benefits including a critical conditions benefit, total and permanent disability benefit, daily hospitalization income benefit, a one-time surgical benefit, and a maturity cash benefit. Health Exentials premium can be as low as P1,140 per month or P 39 per day.

AXA maX – provides maximunm lifetime coverage as it gives medical benifits until age 100. Covering 56 Major medical condition and 18 minor illness. Early stage cancer are alo covered in this plan.It also has a high medical benefit of up to 10 million as well as a special Advanced Health Fund that starts at age 70.

SME proteXion – caters to small and medium-sized enterptises (SMEs) with atlease 10 emplyees. which also offers health and protection packages-in-one with various benefit options to choose such as critical care coverage, daily hospitalization income, life insurance coverage and death and disablement coverage.

Camille Prats at the AXA Health Campaign Bloggers Launch Camille Prats share some experienced about the pain of losing her husband Mr. Anthony Linsangan due to nasopharyngeal cancer on September 23 way back year 2011, A year after he was diagnose.

AXA Fail Proof Your Future

fail proof your future with AXA



AXA Tower in Makati

 AXA Philippines is offering financial security to almost 500,000 individuals through its group and individual life insurance products. As the pioneer in the market, AXA Philippines is offering the second generation variable life products, that provide the clients even better financial security and improved returns.   The company had over Php 40 billion in trust funds serving 102 million customers in 57 countries.

GT Tower International
6813 Ayala Avenue corner
H.V. dela Costa Street Makati City, Philippines 1227
Tel. Nos. (+632) 5815 292 / (+632) 3231 292

AXA Philippines: http://www.axa.com.ph/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AXA_PH
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Go4Health.PH

PBA: Game 7: Win or go home, BGSM vs SMC

Game 7: our two of the most favorite team in the world of philippine basketball. And it’s happening again, the Manila Clasico once again,
Tonight, February 12, the seventh and final game between the Brgy. Ginebra San Miguel and theSan Mig Coffee Mixers will take place, with the winner advancing to the PBA Philippine Cup Finals against the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters.

Game 7 will be held on Smart Araneta Coliseum at 8pm tonight.

It’s been a back-and-forth battle. It’s been a very emotional couple of weeks. It’s as intense as a rivalry can get. And it all ends tonight.
In line with the upcoming deciding game, we have a couple of questions and storylines we’d like to explore. Like will the Mixers be able to contain Ginebra’s twin towers? Will L. A. Tenorio ever regain his confidence after his Game 5 blunder? And will Mark Pingris’ puso make all the difference? Read on, fellow hoop nuts!


photos credit to fhm philippines


(CS106 – CS108)
-Php 3200
(CS112 – CS117)
-Php 980
(PT104 -109, PT112-117)
(PT110-111 ROW 1-5)
-Php 880
(PT107, PT114 ROW 11 onwards)
-Php 780
(Last 5 rows of PT104-106, PT108-113, PT115-117 )
-Php 730
(UA300-321 ROW 1-5)
-Php 480
(UA300-321 ROW 6 onwards)
-Php 380
UPPER BOX(UB) FREE Seating -Php 230