Globe Telecom is set to take the Bangus Festival experience a notch higher as it brings wonderful offers and surprises to all festival goers and visitors.
With its partnership with the local government of Dagupan City, Globe will make this year’s Bangus Festival more exciting by joining the city’s Bangusan Street Party via a much-awaited rock concert featuring the country’s favorite OPM band Kamikazee back-to-back with Brazilian disc jockey DJ Luane De Lima on Thursday, April 30, 7PM in front of Mang Peping’s Restaurant along De Venecia Highway in Dagupan City.
Everybody is invited to a day of fun activities where they can get stamps whenever they buy load from any of the Globe Prepaid-on-the-go stations in the area. Aside from this, they can also get a special Globe souvenir tumbler for free for every 5 stamps earned.
Globe customers can also take and post their Bangus Festival selfies with official hashtags #LetsTakeOverSummer and #GlobeBangusFestival2015 using GoSURF50 which offers 300MB of mobile data plus free Facebook and Viber for 3 days for only P50. Prizes are up for grabs for selfie fanatics with the best and most creative festival shots. To use GoSURF50, text GoSurf50 to 8888.
“Dagupan and the rest of Pangasinan remain a very important market for Globe. This is why we continue to support the biggest festivals and gatherings such as the Bangus Festival to show to your loyal customers in the province our deep appreciation for patronizing our products and services and for making Globe their preferred mobile brand of choice. We’re also very happy to support the local government of Dagupan City in this month-long celebration of the Bangus Festival that aims to help boost and promote the city’s rich culture and heritage,” says Jovit Bajar, Cluster Sales Head of Globe Telecom.
Known as the Bangus Capital of the World, Dagupan City takes pride of its tasty bangus products which are being showcased during this festivity. Bangus Festival is one of the country’s biggest and most colorful celebrations which serves as the community’s thanksgiving activity for another year of bountiful bangus harvest. This also showcases the world’s longest grill where over a thousand barbecue grills are being lined up to cook thousands of bangus.