Wednesday, December 16, 2009 | Company News |
MicroSourcing successfully hosted the Hawaiian Luau-themed Christmas party entitled," Aloha-lidays", last Saturday, December 12. Held at the Palladium Village in Mandaluyong, the Aloha-lidays party was among the biggest of the company's annual Christmas celebrations. Featuring musical performances from individual departments, free flowing food and drinks, and a swimming pool, the party was definitely one to remember – even if many had trouble doing so the next morning.
CEO, Philip Kooijman attended the party along with MicroSourcing's party-faithful employees and a few clients. Following opening remarks, the party was well underway with lei'd guests in luau outfits crowding the buffet tables for some of that Lechong Baboy - and San Miguel Beer and mixed drinks from The Bar filling cups left and right.
Party guests were treated to performances from MicroSourcing's own talent of musicians with Yell Adworks putting together a rousing set with songs form Gin Blossoms and Parokya ni Edgar. EV's band, Rastafire kicked it up another notch with rock-reggae flavors from Sublime, 311, and Dishwalla getting heads bobbing and hips swaying.
The night also featured raffle prizes that included a 22” Samsung LCD TV (won by Dolores Torralba), and an overnight stay at Punta de Fabian (scooped up by Antonette Lim). Of course, no beach-themed party is a party without a limbo rock contest – which Creative Services Group member, Wilson Alcantara won with surprising ease. Awards were also handed for Best Luau Outfit for both male and female. The contest proved quite controversial with the crowd's cheers apparently indicating a tie between Kent Riveta and Rodeny Polec for best male, and Angie Flores being declared best female.
For those interested in viewing more pictures from this party to relive its good vibes, swing over MicroSourcing's Multiply site here: http://microsourcing.multiply.com/photos/album/5/ALOHA-lidays_Microsourcing_Christmas_Party