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Here Are 3 Short Quotes To Keep You Motivated This 2nd Semester

November 14, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

The semestral break is over and students can do nothing but to start over with their new set of subjects and instructors this semester. It is no longer a secret that the key to finishing strong through college years is staying motivated. And so here are three (3) short quotes we, the CDOCityEvents.com team, carefully picked. We hope that these will greatly inspire and motivate you:
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7 Facts About Jollibee That Almost Nobody Knows

September 30, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

As the 18th Jollibee in Cagayan de Oro opens tomorrow (October 1, 2016), I have decided to make this article as a tribute to the evident success of Jollibee: “7 Facts About Jollibee That Almost Nobody Knows”. Facts like “Jollibee was owned by Tony Tan Caktiong” and “Jollibee started in Cubao, Quezon City way back in 1975” are common already. What I am about to share here are seven (7) never-heard-of’s and shocking facts about Jollibee:

FACT 1. Jollibee’s former name was “Jolibe”.
It was added with another “L” and an “E” in 1980 which birthed the idea of a “jolly bee”.

FACT 2. Jollibee is a “Disney”-inspired bee.
It was actually Manuel Lumba to first design the iconic Jollibee mascot. He shared that he drew inspiration from his daughter’s Disney comic books in doing so. Are the white gloves of Mickey and of Jollibee similar? Yes, it is.

FACT 3. Jollibee used to be color green.
That’s right. He used to be a green and a “slender” bee wearing a red suit.

FACT 4. “Jollibee” was not the first mascot to debut for Jollibee.
Yep, it was Mr. Yum, not Jollibee to first debut as a live mascot for Jollibee fast food. Mr. Yum debuted to represent their first flagship product, the Yum Burger.

FACT 5. Jollibee has three (3) discontinued mascot friends.
Sad as this may sound but yes! Mico, Lady Moo, and Chickee are the discontinued mascot friends of Jollibee. They were suppose to represent Jollibee’s flagship products, Milkshakes and ChickenJoy.

FACT 6. The Jollibee that you see today is designed by artist Willie Villano.
The cute and cheeky “color red with yellow stripes” Jollibee mascot was made by him.

FACT 7. Jollibee is the most famous bee of them all!
Since Jollibee made it to the top 10 international fast food chains in 2014, there is no doubt that he is the most famous (and the cutest) bee in the world!

Sources:
http://buzzfeed.com/
http://rappler.com/
http://abs-cbnnews.com/
http://ph.phonebooky.com/
http://enterpreneur.com.ph/

How to Join in DAYEG 2016 Song Writing Contest: 5 Steps

September 21, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

Here are five (5) easy steps to join in DAYEG’s Song Writing Contest and its 4th anniversary celebration this December 11, 2016:
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How to Have A Ride on GrabRela in CDO for FREE

September 20, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

GrabRela, the latest addition to GrabTaxi’s suite of product offerings, is having a free ride promo this September 22-24, 2016 (Thursday-Saturday). Simply following this seven (7) easy steps:
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JaDine’s 28th Weeksary to be Celebrated LIVE in CDO

August 22, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

Shout out to all JaDine fans! Don’t miss the chance to meet #TeamReal LIVE in CDO at the Activity Center of Centrio Mall this coming Saturday, August 27, 2016. The real-life couple is said to come as to celebrate Cherry Mobile’s 7th year, their 38th weeksary and our very own Higalaay Festival.
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Here is the Complete List of Winners and Awardees in Miss Cagayan de Oro 2016

August 15, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

List of Winners and Awardees in Miss Cagayan de Oro 2016 last August 13, 2016:

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Looking for a Pokemon Battle? Here is the Complete List of PokeGyms in CDO

August 11, 2016 by Mr. Prince Price

Here is the list of landmarks and places in Cagayan de Oro for you to go when you want to battle other trainers and become a Pokemon master!

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CDO Poetry Night: “sil-ip, siplat” at SkyHi Cinema

by CdoCityEvents

The August installment of CDO Poetry Night (organized once in two months) will be having another Poetry Night, themed “sil-ip, siplat,” this spoken word event will highlight poems, stories, essays, and plays that condemn and/or celebrate gazes, glimpses, and glances from different intents and lenses.

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