Whenever we hear OT only one thing comes to mind- Over Time. Yep. Whether its work (well, mostly work) or a basketball game, it often gets us anticipating, wanting OT to end right away. Thankfully a sweet brand gave a new meaning to OT- Oreo Time!
To kick off their new campaign, Oreo invited some special guests including yours truly, along with children from the Nayon ng Kabataan foundation for an afternoon of fun and games at The Blue Leaf Events Pavillion.
Look, we were greeted by Oreo! 🙂
Lil’ Ms. GJG loves coloring and eating Oreos at the same time.
Lyn Ching together with her daughter Gabby hosted the event.
Oreo Philippines Brand Manager Hernando Betita talked about how Oreo is dedicated in bringing fun, togetherness, and child-like delight to everyone, especially children.
Oreo’s latest mission is to encourage families to spend more time together. The brand intends to change the meaning of OT by collecting a whopping one million Oreo Time-Ins, which will be monitored via the website www.oreotime.com.
You can “time in” by going to the Oreo website and share pictures, videos or status messages of your family or loved one using your favorite social media platform. Simply use the hashtag #OreoTime when Tweeting, Instagramming or posting on Facebook.
If you follow me on Instagram, you know I’ve done my share of “time-ins” as I microblog live via Tweeting & Instagramming photos.
What’s in it for you? Well, aside from showing the world how much you enjoy Oreo Time with your family, the brand will also reward those who’ve “timed-in” with special surprises when certain milestones are achieved. Once the one-million goal is reached, Oreo promises a grand surprise for everyone in celebration of the achievement. Yay! 🙂
TV 5 Talentadong Pinoy family acrobat group Far East Acrobat doing their thing during the event. There were lots of ooohhh, ahhhhs, applause while they were performing.
We love our Oreo Time! 🙂
We even had the chance to have our photo taken with this giant bear and Oreo!
The Oreo team with host Lyn Ching and the kids of Nayong ng Katabaan.
I together with my lil’ GJGs, Nicky Tesoro and the Dreyfuses- Chuckie, Yen, Ella & Ralph.
SoMoms represent! Gary & Janice Villanueva with their daughter Reese, Marc Fong with his son, Kris De Guzman with daughter Mika with yours truly- The Gos. 🙂
Thank you Oreo and Nicky for having us, we super had fun! I now feel differently whenever I hear the acronym OT. heehee. Spending OT has never been this sweet! 🙂
For more information about Oreo Time visit their website www.oreotime.com and like them on Facebook.
good looking kids. now i want to dunk oreo in a cold milk . thanks for sharing 🙂