Sunday, August 9, 2009
Celebrate Greenology at Ayala Malls
Long before green was in fashion, Ayala Malls was in on it, says the half-page ad in today's Inquirer.
This does not come as a surprise as Ayala companies are known to operate both sustainably and responsibly.
Ayala Malls invites its goers to celebrate Greenology, their earth-friendly philosophy, with them in a series of activities that will run from August to September 2009.
Eco Tote (Aug)
Be eco-fab in a wide selection of reusable bags designed by well-known Filipino designers such as Louis Claparols, Michi Calica-Sotto, Vic Barba, Patrice Ramos-Diaz, Jun Escario and Randy Ortiz from the Filipino Zone in Greenbelt 5.
The bags are to be sold at each mall's concierge stations for Php 400. For each sale, Php 100 goes to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Eco Art (Aug 28 - Sep 11)
Art installations aiming "to educate the shoppers of how much garbage is consumed by using plastics or paper cups" is to be exhibited simultaneously at various Ayala Malls during the period. Eco Art is made by renowned artists Alma Quinto, Pete Jimenez, Mac Valdezco and Ral Arrogante together with students from various universities.
Eco Dash (Sep 13)
A fun run will be held at Bonifacio High Street for the benefit of Bantay Kalikasan.
Green Line (Sep 16 -30)
Be even more eco-fab by purchasing clothes and accessories from the Green Line at the Filipino Zone in Greenbelt 5. Designers who are said to participate are Aranaz, Arnel Papa, Barba, Bonne Bouche, Gaupo, Jun Escario, Myth, Paradi, Religioso and Ana Rocha, as well as huge Filipino clothing chains Bayo and Folded and Hung.
For more information, visit the Ayala Malls Greenology page or text AYALA MALLS to 2948 (for Filipino SMS subscribers only).
Sources and For Further Reference:
1. Ayala Malls
2. Circuit Magazine
3. PH Best Deals