Never fail to thank all those who believe in you and trust you. Sincerely say “You’re welcome” to those who are grateful and don’t neglect the one who has been bestowing you endless blessings which comes in sweet surprising packages.
These past few weeks has been overwhelming and words of recognition will never be enough. It’s only the first quarter of the year and yet the blessings bestowed are filled with love and motivational powers. I may have been torn between two lovers but along with prayers and discussion with friends, I don’t think choosing will throw any regret in the long run.
One of the blessings I’ll endlessly be grateful of is for being chosen as one of the first Reebok brand ambassador in Manila, Philippines.
Truly, this year is all about change and betterment.
In order for one to properly endorse and be an ambassador, you should be a fervent brand advocate. After trying out the shoes and the apparel – I knew it was the right fit.
Here’s Reebok’s Vision- Mission and Brand Advocacy:
VISION is to Fulfill Potential
MISSION is to Always Challenge and Lead through Creativity
POSITIONING is to Celebrate Individuality in Sport and Life
PURPOSE To Empower Global Youth to Fulfill their Potential
BRAND TERRITORY by Having Fun Staying in Shape.
For the kind of runner that I am – running for a cause, supporting advocates and advocacy’s, getting back in shape and trying to live in a healthy lifestyle with strong economic principles, I knew I would love to have Reebok by my side.
Another blessing was the chance to work with such an amazing photographer, Jar Concengco of Camp Fire Media at the University of the Philippines. This is the second time I’ve worked with Jar, his works will never disappoint.
For those of you who haven’t met this amazing Jar is should already line-up and have their photos taken. Camp Fire Media has earned various cover shots for both international and local fashion magazines and shot some of Hollywood’s finest. Aren’t we lucky? We’re now part of his glamorous portfolio.
It was such an honor. Thank you, Jar!
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