Dear Members, would be members Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association & The General Public: If there is a way for each of you to help raise scholarship funds for MSASAAI, would you participate? I am hoping your responses are unanimously “Yes, I will help raise scholarship funds for the tuition of more Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Students!” You may have noticed by now that I have incorporated MSASAAI as a major page in my blog. I envision this page, and all the posts related to it, as the most engaging in the blogosphere. I can see donors around the world who are entertained and educated by the posts here; much more, I see them encouraged to donate funds for the tuition of more financially deficient but deserving Marist Afternoon Shifters. Why should they be engaged? They will be engaged because they will see in this page all the talents of the members displayed on Marist School Afternoon Shift WebTV Show. This show will be a variety show on steriods (singing, dancing, acting, documentary, talk show, short film, music tv, dance tv … etc, etc,) The core campaign of the show is “Hello Friends of MSASAAI, Please donate scholarship funds.” In order to produce this show, we will need all the expertise from the members, would be members, and supportive public: Directors, Cinematographers. Hosts, Copy & Video Editors, Musicians, Performers, Writers, Graphic Designers, Critics, Caterers, Production Assistants, Project Managers & Admin Staff, Finance Managers & Staff … and more. Those who don’t have the expertise yet, but are willing to help and interested to learn the ropes of TV/Film production, are welcomed to join. For those interested, we can all see each other during the batch rep meeting on August 21 at Marist School Marikina. You may contact me beforehand via mobile +639272211966, +639087784640 romcumagun@yahoo.com Sincerely, Rom Cumagun THE PHILIPPNE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK Help Filipinos Make Money & Meaning #makemoneyandmeaning

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Dear Members, would be members Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association & The General Public:

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If there is a way for each of you to help raise scholarship funds for MSASAAI, would you participate? I am hoping your responses are unanimously “Yes, I will help raise scholarship funds for the tuition of more Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Students!

You may have noticed by now that I have incorporated MSASAAI as a major page in my blog. I envision this page, and all the posts related to it, as the most engaging in the blogosphere. I can see donors around the world who are entertained and educated by the posts here; much more, I see them encouraged to donate funds for the tuition of more financially deficient but deserving Marist Afternoon Shifters.
Why should they be engaged? They will be engaged because they will see in this page all the talents of the members displayed on Marist School Afternoon Shift Web.TV.Film. The format will be a variety show on steriods (singing, dancing, acting, documentary, talk show, short film, music tv, dance tv … etc, etc,) The core campaign of the show is “Hello Friends of MSASAAI, Please donate scholarship funds.”
In order to produce this show, we will need all the expertise from the members, would be members, and supportive public: Directors, Cinematographers. Hosts, Copy & Video Editors, Musicians, Performers, Writers, Graphic Designers, Critics, Caterers, Production Assistants, Project Managers & Admin Staff, Finance Managers & Staff … and more. Those who don’t have the expertise yet, but are willing to help and interested to learn the ropes of TV/Film production, are welcomed to join.
For those interested, we can all see each other during the batch rep meeting on August 21 at Marist School Marikina. You may contact me beforehand via mobile +639272211966, +639087784640 romcumagun@yahoo.com
Sincerely,
Rom Cumagun
THE PHILIPPNE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK

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How to delight your customers, create an irresistable brand, and be generally amazing on facebook (and other social social networks) by Dave Kerpen to be presented by MARIST SCHOOL AFTERNOON SHIFT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION & THE PHILIPPINE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK Listen First, and Never Stop Listening Way Beyond “Women 25 to 54” Define Your Target Audience Better Than Ever Think — and Act — Like Your Consumer Invite Your Customers to be Your First Fans Engage: Create True Dialogue with, and Between Your Customers Respond Quickly to All Bad Comments Respond to the Good Comments, Too. Be Authentic Be Honest and Transparent Should You Ask a Lot of Questions Provide Value (Yes, for Free!) Share Stories (They’re Your Social Currency) Inspire Your Customers to Share Stories Integrate Social Media into the Entire Customer Experience Use Social Network Ads for Greater Impact Admit When You Screw Up, Then Leverage Your Mistakes Consistently Deliver Excitement, Surprise and Delight Don’t Sell! Just Make it Easy and Compelling for Customers to Buy likeable social Media: an oral book report (8/24/2016) - to be presented by MARIST SCHOOL AFTERNOON SHIFT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION & THE PHILIPPINE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK
Marist School Afternoon Shift Scholarship Fund Raising #makemoneyandmeaning Conversation with Marist (afternoon shift) ’99 Rosemarie Congayao Jimenez Core Group Member Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association regarding the impact of her Marist Afternoon Shift High School education in her life. She has been widowed from husband Enrico Hermosa Jimenez, left to raise three boys Andriuz Ric, Kingal Ric & Seanne Ivan. by Marist (day high) ’82 Rom Cumagun Communication Prof. Rom Cumagun education blogger The Philippine Corporate Address Book They invite friends to support their project to increase the number of scholarships granted to financially deficient but deserving students to the Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Program.This is a production by Marist Afternoon Shift Web.tv.film Video features batch 1999 Graduation Song PAGTATAPOS Parang kailan lang Kung panaho’y babalikan Mga pangarap na binuo’y Malapit nang makamtan Bagong yugto na naman Ang ating haharapin Pangarap at tagumpay Ay pilit nating abutin Chorus: Pag-akyat sa entablado Ikintal sa isip at puso Hirap at pagod ng mga magulang Ay alay sa inyo Isang munting pasasalamat Ialay sa kanila mula sa inyo…. Contact Core group & Batch Reps for Donations: Dennis Solano teachdsolano@gmail.com Rosemarie Congayao Jimenez rosemacongayao@yahoo.com Shiela Bautista shiela.bautista@olopsc.edu.ph Danics De La Paz danics_8poh@yahoo.com Mhalou Baldomar Navida mbaldomar@ymail.com Rom Cumagun romcumagun@yahoo.com‪ #‎makemoneyandmeaning‬ Marist afternoon shift scholarship fund-raising (8/30/2016) - Conversation with Marist (afternoon shift) '99 Rosemarie Congayao Jimenez Core Group Member Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association regarding the impact of her Marist Afternoon Shift High School education in her life.
Dear Members, would be members Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association & The General Public: If there is a way for each of you to help raise scholarship funds for MSASAAI, would you participate? I am hoping your responses are unanimously “Yes, I will help raise scholarship funds for the tuition of more Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Students!” You may have noticed by now that I have incorporated MSASAAI as a major page in my blog. I envision this page, and all the posts related to it, as the most engaging in the blogosphere. I can see donors around the world who are entertained and educated by the posts here; much more, I see them encouraged to donate funds for the tuition of more financially deficient but deserving Marist Afternoon Shifters. Why should they be engaged? They will be engaged because they will see in this page all the talents of the members displayed on Marist School Afternoon Shift WebTV Show. This show will be a variety show on steriods (singing, dancing, acting, documentary, talk show, short film, music tv, dance tv … etc, etc,) The core campaign of the show is “Hello Friends of MSASAAI, Please donate scholarship funds.” In order to produce this show, we will need all the expertise from the members, would be members, and supportive public: Directors, Cinematographers. Hosts, Copy & Video Editors, Musicians, Performers, Writers, Graphic Designers, Critics, Caterers, Production Assistants, Project Managers & Admin Staff, Finance Managers & Staff … and more. Those who don’t have the expertise yet, but are willing to help and interested to learn the ropes of TV/Film production, are welcomed to join. For those interested, we can all see each other during the batch rep meeting on August 21 at Marist School Marikina. You may contact me beforehand via mobile +639272211966, +639087784640 romcumagun@yahoo.com Sincerely, Rom Cumagun THE PHILIPPNE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK Help Filipinos Make Money & Meaning #makemoneyandmeaning Marist school afternoon shift web.tv.filM (8/17/2016) - "Yes, I will help raise scholarship funds for the tuition of more Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Students!"
Marist school afternoon shift scholars learn theater arts #makemoneyandmeaning Meet the beneficiaries of the Marist School Marikina Afternoon Shift Scholarship Program . This is the outreach program for financially deficient but deserving students that the Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association is endeavoring to raise more scholarship funds. For donors and would be donors, with your help, more of them will have the benefit of acquiring Marist education Contact Core group & Batch Reps for Donations: Dennis Solano teachdsolano@gmail.com Rosemarie Congayao Jimenez rosemacongayao@yahoo.com Shiela Bautista shiela.bautista@olopsc.edu.ph Danics De La Paz danics_8poh@yahoo.com Mhalou Baldomar Navida mbaldomar@ymail.com Rom Cumagun romcumagun@yahoo.com‪ #‎makemoneyandmeaning‬ MSAS scholars learn theater arts (8/30/2016) - Meet the beneficiaries of the Marist School Marikina Afternoon Shift Scholarship Program .
Marist School Afternoon Shift Alumni Association Core Group & Batch Reps Meet Up at the Student Activity Center August 21, 2016 MSASAA… invites friends to support their project to increase the number of scholarships granted to financially deficient but deserving students to the Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Program. Contact Core group & Batch Reps for Donations: Dennis Solano teachdsolano@gmail.com Rosemarie Congayao Jimenez rosemacongayao@yahoo.com Shiela Bautista shiela.bautista@olopsc.edu.ph Danics De La Paz danics_8poh@yahoo.com Mhalou Baldomar Navida mbaldomar@ymail.com Rom Cumagun romcumagun@yahoo.com‪ #‎makemoneyandmeaning‬ Msasaa core group & batch reps Meet up (8/22/2016) - MSASAA… invites friends to support their project to increase the number of scholarships granted to financially deficient but deserving students to the Marist School Afternoon Shift High School Program.

Blueridge Divas: Bambi Quema Bagatsing, Diana J Manglapus, Emma Mercado Anzures, Navarro Imee and Iryne Garcia --- goes paragliding at Timberland San Mateo Rizal with Communication Prof. Rom Cumagun June 10, 2014. Emma Mercado Anzures: thanks much for these beautiful photos! Regards! Rom Cumagun: You are welcome! As a photo-video documentarist, I aim to photograph what is present and not manipulate anything to enhance beauty; the photos are beautiful because the subjects are. Navarro Imee: Thanks, Rom Cumagun Help Filipinos Make Money & Meaning #makemoneyandmeaning

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Blueridge Divas: Bambi Quema Bagatsing, Diana J Manglapus, Emma Mercado AnzuresNavarro ImeePeachy Veneracion and Iryne Garcia — goes paragliding at Timberland San Mateo Rizal with Communication Prof. Rom Cumagun June 10, 2014


Emma Mercado Anzures: thanks much for these beautiful photos! Regards!
Rom CumagunYou are welcome! As a photo-video documentarist, I aim to photograph what is present and not manipulate anything to enhance beauty; the photos are beautiful because the subjects are.
Navarro Imee: Thanks, Rom Cumagun

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