ABS-CBN Primetime Bida teleseryes are going beyond the Kapamilya TV experience as they bring to their cult of followers shirts inspired by “Forevermore,” “Dream Dad,” and “Two Wives,” the most watched shows in the country.
Remember the Buena Criollo chocolates in the top-rating Kapamilya teleserye, “Sana Bukas Pa ang Kahapon” starring Bea Alonzo and Paulo Avelino? It may just be the sweetest gift you can give to your special someone this season of love.
ABS-CBN’s online store (www.abs-cbnstore.com) is a shopping haven for Kathniel fans.
With University Athletics Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Season 77 now underway, ABS-CBN Licensing is proud to announce that its official UAAP-themed merchandise, UAAP Watches by Swap, UAAP Bags by Hawk Bags, and Zeal’s UAAP-themed scarves are now up for grabs all around the country.
Two distinct entities recently joined forces to provide a different sort of thrilling experience through multimedia giant ABS-CBN Corporation last May 26, when the University Athletics Association of the Philippines (UAAP) ventured into a partnership with Yamaha Motors Philippines, Inc.
It’s the perfect time to get in tip-top shape just as the contestants on ABS-CBN’s “The Biggest Loser: Pinoy Edition” did, especially with the summer season in full burst.
Now that school’s out of session and new adventures are on the way, make sure to keep school spirit shining bright with the UAAP Swap Watches by Tomato Time.
Summer is the perfect time to get ready for all the adventures on the way at the upcoming Great Outdoors Sale, where you can not only gear up for taking on the country’s natural wonders but also support and be proud through ABS-CBN’s merchandise.
Following a partnership with the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) and ABS-CBN, SWAP by Tomato Time has released its latest UAAP-themed collection of SWAP watches that are perfect for expressing both uniqueness and school spirit.
More and more establishments nationwide and online shopping sites are now carrying the “Tulong Shirts,” which will benefit the survivors of various tragedies that recently hit the country such as typhoon Yolanda, Bohol earthquake, and the war in Zamboanga.