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Acer Philippines Celebrates Acer day with a Grand Ball Pit Party

Coming down from an escalator where you could see the whole Glorietta Activity Center and seeing it becoming a ball pit is an incredible sight. Incredibly cool you might say. This is made possible as Acer, the leading tech and innovations company, celebrates “Acer Day” in the Philippines with a Grand Ball Pit Party.


Held at the Glorietta Activity Center last August 7, the event is part of the world’s leading computer brand’s first transnational and largest annual brand day event, which also kicked off in 13 other countries, including China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand and Vietnam.  



In keeping with the global look and theme “Be cool everyday”, the venue was transformed into a giant ball pit for a full day, where mall guests may play freely in any of the stations. The grand launch was made more fun with the energetic performances by Basti Artadi and Kjwan, and lively sets from famed DJs Euric and Nina.



“Acer Day was conceptualized to continually refresh and breathe new life into the brand, as well as to boost the public’s awareness and knowledge about Acer products,” shares Sue Ong-Lim, Sales and Marketing Director of Acer Philippines. “This year’s celebration is the first of many to come, and consumers can trust that it will only get better from here.”

Mr. Andrew Hou, President of Pan Asia Pacific Region, shares that Acer Day’s grand opening date was specifically chosen for a special purpose, in that “eight-three” (Aug. 3) sounds like “Acer”. Following this run, every August 3rd in the future will be Acer’s brand day, where fresh brand activities and events will be introduced to consumers.


Why “Be cool everyday”you might ask, the theme of this year’s Acer Day is inspired by and focused on Acer’s AeroBladeTM 3D fan. The AeroBladeTM technology enables the use of the world’s thinnest metal fan blade, providing advanced aerodynamics and airflow performance to keep the system at a low temperature. I’m quite fascinated with it actually and marvel at how great this AeroBladeTM 3D fan is.



The “Acer Day” event website officially kicked off on July 21st and will stay live until October 3″. Consumers can log in with social media accounts to participate in a total of 11 daily challenges, including memory puzzles, friend sharing games, and other fun challenges, to earn “Cool Points”. These Cool Points may then be exchanged for raffle tickets. Prizes include five (5) Acer Swift 7, one (1) Acer Spin 1, and three (3) Predator Helios 300, which will be drawn on October 11.

Check out the event website at www.acer-day.com.ph and the Acer Philippines Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/AcerPH for more information and treats and exclusive deals you can avail for purchases on Acer Day.



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