Innovation for a Better Life: House with No Steps Foundation unveils new Laundry Livelihood Project

Together with LG Electronics Philippines and ELS Phils. Inc., in partnership with Breakfast Ride and One Ride One Mission

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The symbolic turnover of LG commercial washers and dryers for the House with No Steps Foundation’s new laundry livelihood project

Global technology innovator LG Electronics Philippines (LGEPH) and ELS Philippines, Inc. (ELSPI), in partnership with Breakfast Ride (BR) and One Ride One Mission (OROM), are set to improve the lives of Person with Disability (PWD) Filipinos starting with the beneficiaries of the House with No Steps Foundation (HWNSF).

 The partnership took place due to the strong ties among the four parties. As one of the authorized partners of LG commercial washers and dryers, ELSPI is headed by their Managing Director, Joey Ermita, who is also a member of BR/OROM, a group which creates programs that promote motorcycle safety and unite all riders in a common advocacy “to ride by lifting others”. BR/OROM was founded by Raymon Gabriel, whose father-in-law is a PWD and the founder of HWNSF. With all these groups linked together, LGEPH, ELSPI and BR/OROM converged to create an innovative CSR program for the PWD members of the HWNSF.

 The concept is to renovate one of the HWNSF buildings in Cubao, Quezon City and turn it into a facility for a commercial laundry livelihood shop. This aims to establish a sustainable program that will be managed by HWNSF and operated by their PWD members, who will now be given an active role in our society given this livelihood opportunity.

 The project was recently launched through a ceremonial turnover of LG commercial washers and dryers at the site. The meaningful event was graced by representatives from PWD (including the musically-talented Rondalla on Wheels), HWNSF, LGEPH, ELSPI and BR/OROM, as well as Koronadal Mayor Peter Miguel, who is also the president of National Federation of Motorcycle Clubs Philippines.

 “We are very excited for this unique and heartwarming project, conceptualized with the help of ELSPI and BR/OROM,” LGEPH Managing Director Inkwun Heo said. “As a consumer-centric brand which promotes ‘innovation for a better life’, we believe in the capabilities of PWD members and we are honored to be able to provide our top-quality products to help enrich their livelihood. We hope that this will help set the stage for similar CSR initiatives for people with disabilities.”

 While LG’s main contribution comprises 15 commercial washers and 15 commercial dryers, ELSPI and BR/OROM will ask for donations and support from motorcycle clubs and riders as well as various organizations for specific logistical requirements for the completion of the project. For more details on the laundry CSR program, visit lg.com/ph and elsphilippines.com, like LG Philippines’ and LG Commercial Washer and Dryer Philippines’ official Facebook pages and follow @LGPhilippines on Twitter and Instagram.

#gerilenmbf: SPAM CAN’s #ALL4SPAM

Aside from the irrelevant lottery winnings (that I wished I could believe), explicitly inappropriate proposals (that sadly didn’t help in upraising my self-esteem), and inherited riches to-be-claimed (that I wish I could legally declare) messages I consistently receive on my spam folder, when I hear the word SPAM, I spontaneously remember the shiny aluminum cans we get from huge, heavy, full-of-stamps, amoy-imported balikbayan boxes from relatives abroad and grandparents in Hawaii! And I will no longer wonder why because

Did You Know?

1 Hawaii eats seven million cans of SPAM products every year! (to think that it was small islets of land grouped together)

2 Hawaii’s largest festival every year is SPAM JAM! (and I thought pineapple was the rave in that island!)

3 I finally realized, Hawaii with it’s SPAM madness, is the perfect #SPAMSquadGoals!

My stomach involuntarily growls, and my mouth reflexively salivates as I vividly recall the sweet whiff of delicious ellipsoidal pink meat fried to a crisp – just the way I like it.

SPAM®

This delicious American icon and global brand launched in 1937 as “The Meat of Many Uses!” and the world quickly ate it up. It was the arrival of WWII, and the need for easily transported & protein that did not need refrigeration, that fueled the SPAM® brand’s incredible growth around the world. Today, with over a dozen varieties sold in more than 40 countries, this 80 year old brand continues to ignite invention all over the world.

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The first ever activation event of SPAM® CAN in the Philippines was held last March 20 at the Glorietta Activity Center. It was led by Senior Brand Manager of SPAM® Brand, Hormel Foods International Division of Hormel Foods Corporation, Ms. Jaynee Sherman comfortably saniched (sandwiched) in between these SPAM.

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Read more to answer your confusions, because I know you are. I’ve been there, too. And I asure you, you are not alone. *patting your back and smiling timidly

Continue reading “#gerilenmbf: SPAM CAN’s #ALL4SPAM”

Smart Parenting Workshop: Raising Toddlers

Toddler – came from the word ” to toddle” that means walking unsteadily.

Toddler – an uncivilized caveman, according to Dr. Harvey Karp, Author of “The Happiest Toddler in the Block”

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This year’s first Smart Parenting Workshop was held at the Makati Diamond Residences last Saturday, March 18. This heart-warming, mind-blowing event is all about the wet kisses, muddy hugs and glass-breaking shrieks that comes with raising toddlers.

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Toddler years are the golden age of exploration for a child. It is at this stage where parents should be extra mindful in understanding their kid’s language – and it’s you, mom, who needs to guide your kids how to communicate effectively. To help parents navigate the toddler years (children ages 2 to 4 years old) – from tantrums, toddler behavior, hygiene, milestones, activities and more – SmartParenting.com.ph, the most credible parenting online resource backed by experts and a community of moms and dads, kicked off its annual signature workshops with the first leg, Smart Parenting Mom Workshops 1: Raising Toddlers.

“Hopefully, parents will leave the workshop more confident about parenting their toddlers,” said Leah Nemil-San Jose, Smart Parenting’s editor in chief. “The work really starts at this age when it comes to raising bright and independent kids.” Michelle Tambunting, the co-founder and directress of Young Creative Minds Preschool, discussed how to tame tantrums and doled out advice on parenting effectively in this digital age.

We need to understand who our toddler really is. We should let them play and physically move because

700 neural connections per second are created during physical activities.

One of the things I learned from the workshop is that you have to connect with your children to empower them. We should not control them, because resistance will become a barrier to connection, but working with them patiently will help them develop a sense of self discipline and hence progress into street smarts kids!

Self Regulate

– “If you could try to understand me rather than try to change me… this parenting thing would be a whole lot easier.”

– Always look for his/her needs

– They will only learn when they are OK (not crying)

– Always reach out and connect to your child

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A model mom of two toddlers, Nicole Hernandez de-los Angeles, shared her experience on raising two boys. She spoke for Belo Baby, one of the major sponsors of the SP workshop, and spoke about how she found the perfect baby skin products for her boys, relying on Belo Baby because it has 100% certified natural ingredients.

Because baby’s skin is

  • Thin – 20-30% thinner than adult’s skin
  • Permeable – absorbs easily
  • Not fully-developed

 

Mother, Mother, I am Sick!

Dr. Carmina M. Arriola-delos Reyes, pediatrician and infectious disease specialist, gave an informative talk on pain and fever management when it comes to kids.

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Fever is basically the term used to call the body temperature higher than normal. It is only a symptom, a signal that something is wrong, it is initiated by the body to fend off and fight infection.

Managing Fever:

  • Use antipathetic
  • Lukewarm bath
  • No alcohol rubs
  • Treat the cause

Panadol.com has an online calculator for paracetamol based on child’s age and weight.

Arceli Tan of Insular Life, ended the discussions with one the most important subject parents need to know, money. She talked about Financial 101 for all moms.

We should teach our kids to be financial savvy:

  • Open a bank account under their name
  • Introduce them to money – let them count money
  • Get them to start saving
  • Teach them to pay yourself first by saving for your future self first before spending
  • Control pocket money by wisely budgeting
  • Take them to shopping with the full knowledge of the pocket money and the amount and item to be paid
  • Tell them that they have to work to earn money
  • Keep money for special things
  • Think before spend

Raising Children in a Digital World

Michelle Lichauco Tambunting also talked about the good, the bad and the compromises we should take in raising children in this uncharted world of digital technology which is complex and complicated.

We should keep on progressing with a cautious thought that it has negative and positive attributes as well.

Virtual World grows, Physical World shrinks.

Guilty as charged with double  account of extended screen time to keep the environment fuzz-free!

  • Learn to delay gratification
  • Take them outdoors and run for real
  • Let screen time your last defense
  • Set limits on time and guided viewing
  • Remember, brain and eyes needs a break

After the talks, all participants were treated with sumptuous buffet, exciting raffle prizes, and gifts – thanks to Smart Parenting and its major sponsors – Insular Life, Belo Baby, and Calpol – and partner concessionaires – Smart Steps and Nature to Nurture. Get access to vital parenting information and relevant content 24/7, visit http://www.smartparenting.com.ph, and follow Smart Parenting on Facebook via /smartparenting.ph, and @_smartparenting on Twitter, and @smartparenting on Instagram.

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ABOUT SUMMIT MEDIA With 15 websites reaching an average of 22 million unique viewers monthly, Summit Media makes it the leading lifestyle digital network in the country. Sixteen million of that audience comes from the Philippines, representing 27% of the country’s total internet population. For more information, visit http://www.summitmedia.com.ph.

Light for Typhoon Nina victims

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KPMG R.G. Manabat & Co. (KPMG RGM&Co.) volunteers led by KPMG RGM&Co. tax partner Maria Myla S. Maralit (rightmost) prepared the solar lamps and relief goods to be distributed to the families struck by Typhoon Nina.

KPMG R.G. Manabat & Co. (KPMG RGM&Co.), the Philippine member firm of KPMG International, recently conducted a donation drive and relief and rehabilitation operations for the benefit of Typhoon Nina victims in the Bicol region. The firm partnered with JLo Big Heart Foundation, Inc., a DSWD-accredited non-profit organization based in Pili, Camarines Sur.

KPMG RGM&Co., its partners, principals, and employees contributed cash to purchase 500 rechargeable solar lamps and shelter rehabilitation kits consisting of basic construction materials to help build homes of families in the affected areas. The firm’s tax partner and people, performance, and culture department head Maria Myla S. Maralit, together with senior manager Joselle Anne Marie G. Sanchez and volunteer employees, joined volunteers from JLo Big Heart Foundation, Inc., headed by Ms. Mariefe N. Maralit, to distribute the lamps and shelter rehabilitation kits to affected families in San Roque Communal, Ocampo, Camarines Sur; Rotary Village Community, Pili Camarines Sur; and Bagong Sirang, Pili, Camarines Sur. Other beneficiaries include affected families in Saguring and San Jose, Pili, Camarines Sur.

A total of 510 families were beneficiaries of rechargeable solar lamps, ten of which were recipients of shelter rehabilitation kits. Two hundred lamps were also given to affected families in Bato, Catanduanes through Mayor Leo Rodriguez.

Typhoon Nina struck the Bicol Region last year affecting a total of 446,496 families. The donation drive and relief and rehabilitation activity is part of KPMG RGM&Co.’s corporate social responsibility program.

LG Electronics partners with ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation’s Bantay Bata 163 for Dengue Hospitalization Pledge campaign

LG Electronics Philippines (LGEPH) takes the fight against dengue in partnership with ABS-CBN Lingkod KapamilyaFoundation’s child-care program Bantay Bata 163 for Dengue Hospitalization Pledge campaign, where organizations will issue pledges to cover a certain amount for the treatment of each dengue-afflicted child confined in Bantay Bata 163’s partner hospitals.

Fifty pledges will be allotted for each of the eight offices of Bantay Bata 163 covering Manila, Laguna, Bicol, Negros, Iloilo, Cebu, Davao and Northern Mindanao, amounting to a total of 400 pledges nationwide. A tropical disease, Dengue has become one of the leading diseases which tremendously affect Filipinos, especially children, from all walks of life.

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The company’s pledges will be supplemented by a customer engagement program where buyers of LG’s Mosquito Away Residential Air Conditioner (RAC) are encouraged to contribute to the campaign.  A portion of the proceeds from every purchase of LG’s Mosquito Away RAC from March 15 to May 30, 2017 will go to the campaign.

LGEPH’s Managing Director Inkwun Heo said, “LG has always believed in putting technology to good use. This is why we came up with innovative products like the LG Mosquito Away RAC to help families protect themselves from the fatal dengue disease.”

Launched in the Philippines early last year, LG’s revolutionary Mosquito Away RAC repels mosquitoes, especially the dengue-causing ones, allowing a healthy, comfortable and mosquito-free haven in homes, schools and establishments. It utilizes a speaker that makes inaudible ultrasound wave at a specific frequency of over 30kH, completely harmless to humans and probably the easiest way to keep mosquitoes away.

Results of tests conducted by the University of the Philippines’ Los Baños Research Professor Dr. Pio Javier showed that the LG Mosquito Away RAC is capable of repelling indigenous mosquitoes, the dengue-causing Aedes aegypti, at a very high success rate of 82.71 percent.  Aside from its Mosquito Away feature, RAC operates at low voltage for higher energy-efficiency, and its jet cooling feature results in quick cooling.

To learn more about the LG Mosquito Away RAC, visit http://www.lg.com/ph, like LG’s official Facebook page “LG Philippines” or follow @LGPhilippines on Twitter or Instagram.

SPAM® brand gives Filipinos what it wants and more with SPAM® CAN! campaign

A staple in every kitchen and throughout every meal, Filipinos of all ages attest to their undying love for the SPAM® brand, bringing the brand from the all-time favorite premium canned meat, to an icon of fun and pleasure in every eating occasion.

Inside this little blue can lies the delicious, crave-able meat that bursts endless possibilities – you can chop it, slice it, fry it, bake it, or even make a sisig. This is why its newest campaign, SPAM® CAN!, revolves around all the things that SPAM® CAN! do for you.

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The campaign lets you discover all new things that SPAM® CAN! do. Showcasing new ways on how you can enjoy your all-time favorite canned meat through the new SPAM-MAZING™ local recipes. Learn how easy and breezy it is to prepare Pinoy comfort food like SPAM® Tokwa’t Baboy and SPAM® Sisig; and even get to try international recipes such as SPAM® Fried Rice and SPAM® Tacos.

While there’s a lot more to uncover with the SPAM® brand and its line-up of taste-obsessing recipes, we bet it comes as no surprise that the SPAM® brand can actually launch its very own boyband.

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Welcome ALL4SPAM™ as the newest addition to your SPAM® craving needs. A group of four members: SUPREEZY aka the Bad Boy, professing his strong obsession for SPAM® Hot & Spicy; MAD MIC, the goofball, who just can’t get enough of SPAM® Bacon; PEPPER, the pretty boy whom your mom wants you to marry, has always been in love with SPAM® Classic; and lastly, ACE, the lover-boy, who is all sweet and cheesy and just like his go-to, the SPAM® Cheese.

ALL4SPAM™ boyband reinforces the love and preference of the Filipinos for the SPAM® brand. Each members singing and dancing their way to make fans fall in love even more, as they show all things that SPAM® CAN! do.

“The SPAM® team highly recognizes the love that the Philippines has for SPAM® products, and we are truly thankful for the support that we’ve received over the years. We have specifically chosen to launch the SPAM® CAN! campaign in Manila because we see the potential to grow the market of SPAM® lovers by showing consumers how versatile SPAM® products are. And because Filipinos are known to be some of the most talented singers in the world, launching a boyband, ALL4SPAM™, made complete sense to reinforce just what the SPAM® Brand can really do,” says Jaynee Sherman who is the Senior Brand Manager of the SPAM® Brand, Hormel Foods International Division of Hormel Foods Corporation.

The boyband will be officially launched at the SPAM® CAN! event on March 20 at the Glorietta Activity Center, alongside the unveiling of the new SPAM® CAN! TV commercial. ALL4SPAM™ can be seen gracing the online screens in the upcoming weeks.

The SPAM® CAN! event will be filled with exciting entertainment for SPAM® fans to enjoy. There will be an exclusive cooking demo by Chef Sharwin Tee, SPAM® Can-aoke, SPAM® Dance-off, and special SPAM® dishes for free. The event works in partnership with Children’s Hour through the Make a Hero SPAMWICH™ booth, where all proceeds at the end of the event will be doubled by SPAM® and donate it to the partner foundation.

This is truly an exciting time for the brand because with our newest campaign, we offer more reasons for the SPAM® fans to enjoy more dining occasions with our product. We will always keep giving them new things, new ideas, new recipes, because SPAM® CAN! really do a lot of things,” Sherman ends.

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ABOUT THE SPAM® BRAND

This delicious American icon and global brand launched in 1937 as “The Meat of Many Uses!” and the world quickly ate it up. It was the arrival of WWII, and the need for easily transported & protein that did not need refrigeration, that fueled the SPAM® brand’s incredible growth around the world. Today, with over a dozen varieties sold in more than 40 countries, this 80-year-old brand continues to ignite invention all over the world.

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Jollibee’s new party theme brings fun up to speed

Fasten your seat belts as the country’s leading fast food chain revs up the excitement with JolliRace, the newest and coolest addition to the Jollibee Kids Party.

With JolliRace, all racetracks lead to a fun, Grand Prix experience. Boys and girls will have a blast on their special day with balloons, relay games, awesome prizes, and a delicious cake prepared to give them a party set at full speed.

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Jollibee, Yum and Popo will thrill party guests in this one-of-a-kind celebration. All these, plus Jollibee langhap-sarap favorites Chickenjoy, Jollibee Spaghetti, and Yumburger meals, make the JolliRace party a sure winner among kids and kids-at-heart.

An exciting first race
Recently, little ones came for a preview of racing fun at Jollibee E. Rodriguez. The launch of the new JolliRace party theme welcomed media guests, radio personality Delamar Arias with her sons Cooper and Parker, and celebrity mom Bettina Carlos with daughter Gummy and nephew Camilo Marco.

Everyone enjoyed the series of exciting games as well as the race-themed party hats, loot bags, balloons, prizes and other party favors. Guests also had a wonderful time posing in front of a photo wall featuring the race cars of Jollibee, Yum and Popo. Some guests even dressed up in their racing gear to win in the best in costume contest.

All in all, it was an epic day at Jollibee, with everyone enjoying great packages of langhap-sarap meals with their little ones. JolliRace guests brought home party goodies to go with their jolly, cool memories.

Recreate the thrill of the racetracks and enjoy the newest and fastest route to a memorable birthday celebration today. Parents booking a Jollibee Kids Party can mix and match party elements for 30 or 80 guests with Jollibee’s “Create-Your-Own Package” option.

After choosing from among Jollibee’s four special themes: Jollitown, Hello Kitty, FUN-tastic Factory, and the newest JolliRace, parents can get in the back seat and let Jollibee host the jolliest party experience for their kids.

The Jollibee Kids Party is available for booking in store or set up in chosen locations. For more information on birthday fun that is up to speed, visit jollibeeparty.com.

Give your eyes a break

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Give your eyes a glare-free, well-protected summer holiday with Crizal® Prevencia multi-coated lenses

Summer is best known as the season of glare-related eyestrain, when you experience stinging of the eyes because of too much concentrated sunlight. But did you also know that eyestrain can be caused by other factors? Indoors, your eyes can also suffer long-term damage after facing the TV, gadgets or computer monitors at less than a foot away.

While light is an essential part of daily life – helping you see, regulating your body clock, and even providing you with much-needed Vitamin D – too much of it can cause painful eye conditions, including eyelid twitches, eye pain and extreme sensitivity to bright light. In severe cases, overexposure can permanently damage your central vision. Harmful blue light from artificial sources such as electronic devices causes retinal cell degeneration, while ultra-violet radiation from the sun contributes to the development of cataracts.

“Everyone, no matter the age or gender, should protect their eyes daily from bad effects of excessive exposure to light,” shares Dr. Emelita Roleda, Essilor Philippines general manager. “The effects of overexposure to UV rays and harmful blue-violet light may only be visible during adulthood, when vision problems like Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) set in, so we highly advice the Filipino public to take preventive measures against them.”

Essilor, the world’s leading ophthalmic optics company, has come up with a solution that protects vision: Crizal® Prevencia multi-coated lenses, which selectively filters bad blue light and lets in essential good light needed for well-being.

“Essilor has undergone a rigid and thorough process in the creation of Crizal® Prevencia,” explains Dr. Roleda. “Its advanced light scan technology enables us to protect our eyes from irreversible eye conditions which threaten healthy vision.”

In addition to using Crizal® Prevencia lenses, she highly advices proper eye care. “Start by getting a comprehensive eye exam at least once a year,” she says. “Your eye doctor can determine the present condition of your eyes and help you take preventive or protective measures regarding possible vision problems.”

Another way to reduce the risk of eyestrain is taking frequent breaks from reading or monitor use, shares Dr. Roleda.

Lastly, she gives some sound sartorial advice when outdoors: “This summer, load your eyeglasses with Crizal® Prevencia lenses containing E-SPF 25. Then, pair your glasses with a nice hat or a sturdy umbrella.”

Indeed, eyesight is among the most important senses, but it receives less care than it deserves. By reducing strain, limiting exposure to harmful light, and making use of eyewear like Crizal® Prevencia lenses, you can protect your eyes all day long and ensure many more years of healthy vision.

Learn more about Crizal® Prevencia by visiting your eye doctor or leading optical shop nationwide, or by logging on to www.essilor.com.ph.

LG INTRODUCES REVOLUTIONARY NEW INSTAVIEW REFRIGERATOR AT INNOFEST ASIA

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InstaView Door-in-Door™ Refrigerator Set to Impress Asian Markets with Pioneering Design and Enhanced Performance

Building upon its leadership at the forefront of the global refrigerator market, LG Electronics (LG) displayed its world-renowned InstaView Door-in-Door™ refrigerator at this year’s InnoFest Asia, held on the South Korean island of Jeju. The refrigerator is widely recognized for its ingenious display screen and cutting-edge Knock-On feature that saves energy while maintaining a sleek, futuristic appearance.

InstaView Door-in-Door™ – A Revolutionary Concept

While conventional refrigerators merely sport ordinary doors with ice dispensers, LG’s InstaView Door-in-Door™ has impressed media and industry insiders alike with its never-before-seen 33-inch sleek glass panel and array of innovative features. The transparent window on the InstaView feature enables users to check on the items stored inside without letting out any cold air. With two simple knocks, the Knock-On feature illuminates the interior, revealing refrigerator content without forcing the user to open the door. The spacious Door-in-Door™ compartment allows users to easily store larger condiments, beverages, or snacks. The storage space can be effortlessly opened using the Hidden Button under the refrigerator door while also granting users a wider view of the items stored inside, offering the utmost in flexibility and convenience.

The Smart InstaView Door-in-Door refrigerator model which features Amazon’s Alexa Voice Service gives users access to an intelligent personal assistant that, in addition to searching recipes, can play music, add items to a shopping list and more simply through voice recognition. This Smart InstaView model was recognized by top award-giving bodies during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas last January including Expert Reviews CES Top Pick: Best Home Appliance and eight other awards. With Alexa, daily tasks in the kitchen – such as cooking or planning for the day – turn into a hands-free, dynamic, and entertaining experience.

Inverter Linear Compressor Ensures Maximum Energy Savings

LG refrigerators are powered by the unique Inverter Linear Compressor, which employs a linear piston drive instead of a conventional reciprocating drive. This generates less internal friction, resulting in lower energy consumption and less noise, all while providing greater reliability and durability. LG’s Inverter Linear Compressor is backed by a 10-year warranty. The compressor is able to operate without complications for up to 20 years1, according to a review by the German scientific and technical association Verband der Elektrotechnik Elektronik Informationstechnik (VDE).

 

Innovative Features that Cater to Everyday User Needs 

The inside of the InstaView Door-in-Door™ is equipped with Hygiene Fresh+, to eliminate potentially contaminated air inside the refrigerator. Meanwhile, the innovative FRESHBalancer™ optimizes humidity levels by sealing the vegetable box to keep fruits and vegetables fresh for a longer period of time.

Additionally, with LG’s non-plumbing water dispensing system, the refrigerator can be installed anywhere in the home. The streamlined large capacity water tank is located in the refrigerator’s main compartment, enabling users to pour water directly into the tank.

 

“Our latest InstaView Door-in-Door™ refrigerator was warmly received at InnoFest Asia with its revolutionary features designed to keep food as fresh as possible,” said YoungMin Chae, Vice President for LG Electronics Home Appliance. “The refrigerator exemplifies LG’s commitment to both aesthetics and efficiency with its breathtaking features and sophisticated design and we believe that this will definitely excite our Filipino consumers once we bring it to the Philippine market sometime soon.”

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1  The testing was conducted according to LG’s internal accelerated 20-year life-test protocol. Results based in laboratory tests considering accelerated and proper use conditions. The estimated life span does not constitute any kind of warranty whatsoever.

About LG Electronics, Inc.

LG Electronics, Inc. (KSE: 066570.KS) is a global leader and technology innovator in consumer electronics, mobile communications and home appliances, employing 77,000 people working in 125 locations around the world. With 2016 global sales of USD 47.9 billion (KRW 55.4 trillion), LG comprises four business units ― Home Appliance & Air Solutions, Mobile Communications, Home Entertainment and Vehicle Components ― and is one of the world’s leading producers of flat panel TVs, mobile devices, air conditioners, washing machines and refrigerators. LG Electronics is a 2016 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year. For more news and information on LG Electronics, please visit http://www.LGnewsroom.com.

About LG Electronics Home Appliance & Air Solution Company

LG Electronics Home Appliance & Air Solution Company is a global leader in home appliances, air conditioning and air quality systems. The company is creating total solutions for the home with its industry leading core technologies. LG is committed to making life better for consumers around the world by providing thoughtfully designed products, including refrigerators, washing machines, dishwashers, cooking appliances, vacuum cleaners, built-in appliances, air conditioners, air purifiers and dehumidifiers. Collectively, these products deliver enhanced convenience, superb performance, great savings and compelling health benefits. For more information, please visit www.LG.com.

#gerilenmbf: Review on services and products by Goods PH

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Last week, I tried Goods.Ph and purchased some items from their online shop. The shopping experience and the process of purchasing was a breeze – from filling up the online form, to tracking to delivery.
After choosing from these Modes of Payment:

  • CREDIT CARD For order to be processed Upload Photocopy of Credit Card with 2 Valid ID’s within 48 Hours otherwise order will be Cancelled.

  • GCASH For order to be processed Upload Photocopy of Payment Slip within 48 Hours otherwise order will be Cancelled.

  • SMART MONEY For order to be processed Upload Photocopy of Payment Slip with within 2 Business Days otherwise order will be Cancelled.

  • CEBUANA LUILLIER For order to be processed Upload Photocopy of Payment Slip with within 2 Business Days otherwise order will be Cancelled.

  • BANK DEPOSIT For order to be processed Upload Photocopy of Payment Slip with within 4 Working Days otherwise order will be Cancelled.

  • CASH ON DELIVERY For orders P3000 & Above to be processed Bank Deposit of 50% is required. Upload Photocopy of Payment Slip within 48 Hours otherwise order will be Cancelled.

  • PAYPAL For order to be processed Upload Photocopy of Payment Slip with within 48 Hours otherwise order will be Cancelled.

Goods.Ph will then wait for the payment. Your order status indicates “Waiting for Payment”€. If payment is Required for an order prior for it to be processed; or when we have not Received your Payment and need Documentation such as your Payment Slip or photocopy of your ID’s when payment was made through credit card.
I chose Cash on Delivery and via this method, an online representative will call your given number to validate the products to be purchased and the amount to be paid. The agent told me that I’ll be expecting my products 3-4 weeks, and I was like, OK… I ordered in the afternoon of March 02.  But after the weekend, I received messages via text.
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Tracking When my order was picked up by the courier, a Tracking Number is generated was send via text message and via email as well. The tracking number allowed me to track and follow my orders in real time. Tuesday, March 07, after 5 days, I already received my purchases, free shipping! So I can legibly say that

My goods came early! Check out #gerilenmbf: Why Shop at @goods_ph?

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 The Package: I received a medium size plastic pouch and I was wondering if it already included the bag – and it did! The plastic pouch was half the size of the bag you can see from the photo below.
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The bag was folded in half but as you can see from my photo above, it didn’t crease because of the material. The packages are also wrapped properly and covered by separate bubble wraps as well.
My orders:

Women Polarized Vintage Fashion Sunglasses Buy 1 Get 1 Fashion Tree Printed Women Watches Php 259.00

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New Blue Sapphire Silver Jewelry Set Earrings with Necklace For Women Buy 1 Get 1 Retro Oracle Women High Quality Handbag Php 339.00

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What else to do but the mandatory OOTD? 🙂

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Beautiful hot summer day! As much as I love the pitter patter of the rain drizzling on the rooftop, I also love the warmth of the sun baking my roof deck slab.
#concretebatter #ovensun #gerilenmbf

Shades from #goodsph, nails from #nailaholicslove, top from #hnm. #ootd
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Meeting with the architect ngayon, book launch later! #gerilenmbf

Accessories from @goods_ph.

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Check out why you have to shop at Goods.PH here:
The items are in good conditions and was wrapped securedly. The online repres, tentatives are always ready to help, tracking is a breeze and if you haven’t noticed already, there’s a LOT of freebies, discounts and whatnots!

Thank you #goodsph for these! ❤️

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