Blogapalooza 2013 the bloggers rush

Just yesterday I attended my first Blogapalooza. Entering the SM Aura SMX Function room you would consider the place like a mini expo. Companies are lined up in their booth and showcasing their products or services that a blogger might be interested in with a tie up.


Blogapalooza 2013 Ribbon Cutting

Blogapalooza 2013 Ribbon Cutting photo by Richard Paglicawan

The place is sort of bit small because the booths are closely aligned together and when bloggers would line up for a certain booth there would be a little space to walk thru. But still as blogger “maparaan naman tayo diba”.


I my hands got tired of writing from booths registration forms even though I already given them my calling card. It’s so hard for me to write all my details because of my long blog name and email address.


Blogapalooza 2013 also raised Php82,000.00 for typhoon victims!


Photo from Cheryl Golangco

Photo from Cheryl Golangco


The piggy bank movement – share what you have at #blogapalooza and the organizers will match it!! #yolandaph


Chooks-To-Go Kwelahan Challenge

Here’s Mommy Lourdes and son Luis in taking that Chooks-To-Go Kwelahan Challenge. Who says mom’s are boring and mature? A mom who knows how to be a kid again would make great mom’s.



I know that for sure having kids of my own and they always mistaken me younger because of that kid inside of me knows to enjoy and have fun.

Another contender of Chooks-To-Go Kwelahan Challenge no other than Mr. Jason Cruz the Director for Community Management at MRM Worldwide Manila, the award-winning digital arm of McCann Worldgroup Philippines. Also he is the Top 10 Community Managers in Asia. Didn’t stop him in also enjoying what the other bloggers been buzzing around what a heck of a challenge.


Sir Jason told us that the challenge was hilarious. We all know that Mr. Jason Cruz  health buff didn’t surpassed getting that Roasted Chicken for dinner. hehehe!!! Well better luck next time more push-ups and endurance training needed.


World Vision Philippines



During the time someone from World Vision Philippines shares her story about the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. Sorry I not good in remembering names and faces. But  during her story I was moved so much I almost cried but I managed to stop I didn’t want people seeing me crying. But in the end of her talk Mr. Vince Golangco with the emotions he felt from the story he was not able to talk for a while and got teary eyed. Even the Toughest of Men knows to Cry.


I’m looking forward for next year Blogapalooza 2014 having more companies. Of course lots of giveaways and raffle too. Never forget overflowing of food and drinks. Blogapalooza an expo, seminar, gathering and party all in one. Really a bloggers rush with 450++ bloggers registered for the event.

Love seeing fellow bloggers and new bloggers as well. Bigger venue for more companies. Thank you to When In Manila team and Vince Golangco. As what you always say during the program good vibes good karma thing.

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