So anyways, the call time was 8 am, and me having to take care of a 9 month old baby, I knew I had to wake up early to get my game going and so I asked the help of my mom and the husband.
I already prepared the things I would need to cover the event the night before as well as the things we would bring there.
When we arrived, the venue was already filled with moms, excited families like us and kids dressed in beautiful halloween costumes. You can really feel their excitement.
Just one of the families taking their poses on the Photobooth. Payment was 20 pesos for each photo.
And so we lined up hurriedly, and striked our own poses. I picked the photobooth from outside as it’s not that crowded yet and to be honest, I wanted Adi not to panic when we finally go inside the convention hall. Lol!
Here’s the stage. The screens were huge and the place has enough space for everyone to sit and watch the show. I love that everyone can get to enjoy spending time with their families through this kinds of event and also for the kids to interact with other children through play. Every kid who signed up got to enjoy their Mcdo 1 pc Chicken McDo Meal.
The booths where the kids can play around. Photo credits to Jervie Montejar of jerminix.com 😊
Kids who joined the event also get to have free Halloween Hats, cape and Halloween pumpkins to complete their Halloween look!
Gracina Estrella – Cabanog is a Digital Marketing and Growth Strategist for Businesses. She is a mother of two and a wife to a tech geek. When she is offline she cooks, watch TV and hangs out with friends and family on the beach. Join her free Facebook Community of Social Media Marketing Learners, too! She is the founder of the startup SparkHiveMedia.com