Her name is Kim. No, not the Vietnamese girl in Miss Saigon. She is an upcoming star at the Kapuso network and was recently introduced as Kim Domingo playing the third wheel Agatha Samaniego in the comic soap opera Juan Happy Love Story with Dennis Trillo and Heart Evangelista.
The audience, particularly, fans of Evangelista, thought Domingo a threat to their idol, which, of course, was just a perception as the producers and writers have wittingly put Domingo’s character between Juan (Trillo) and Happy (Heart) to ensure the success of the soap operatic comedy.
It seems the Kapuso network has big plans for Domingo who has recently earned the moniker
“Pantasya ng Bayan” and affirmed by Ginebra San Miguel, Inc. (GSMI) as GSM’s 2017 Calendar Girl in a grand press presentation at Sequoia Hotel in Quezon City.
Domingo is some kind of a hybrid being partly French, which explains her looks and height. She joins popular models and actresses that graced the GSM calendars through the years, including Ellen Adarna (2015), two-time calendar girl Marian Rivera (2009 and 2014), Georgina Wilson (2013), Solenn Heusaff (2012), Anne Curtis (2011), and her predecessor Arci Muñoz (2016).
Domingo said it has always been her dream to be an actress, and now that she is part of Ginebra San Miguel’s prestigious roster of brand ambassadors, she hopes that this would open up more opportunities to let her talent shine.
“Kim definitely personifies our marketing campaign, ‘Ganado Sa Buhay’. She worked her way up to become one of the most recognizable faces in the entertainment industry today. Her story is an inspiration to every hardworking Filipino,” GSM Brand manager Paolo Tupaz said.
“Even when I was younger, I already had specific goals in life; I knew what I wanted to be and what I wanted to accomplish. Being an only child, I also learned to be strong and independent early on. I’m very grateful that my hard work and perseverance are starting to bear fruit now. So for our ka-barangays, I just want to send a message that if we remain strong, focused and ‘Ganado sa Buhay’, we will be able to achieve our goals and dreams,” the upcoming actress said.
Kim started her showbiz journey when she joined Eat Bulaga’s “Little Miss Philippines” search. Since then, she has joined several other talent reality competitions and landed modeling gigs. She rose to fame with her viral videos on YouTube, lip-syncing “Twerk It Like Miley” and dancing to the “Trumpets” challenge, which got almost two million views.
More than just a pretty face, the fast-rising star is also a girl of many talents. Aside from hosting, dancing, and throwing punch lines in the top-rating gag show Bubble Gang, she is also a recording artist, having just released her debut single, “Know Me” for GMA Records.
GSMI has released five layouts for its 2017 calendar with a “Cheeky and Geeky” theme, showing Doming’s fun and quirky side.
GSMI flagship brand Ginebra San Miguel has been enjoyed by many for over 180 years and remains the no. 1 selling gin in the world, according to leading global drinks journal Drinks International.
Other GSMI products are GSM Blue, GSM Blue Flavors, Ginebra San Miguel Premium Gin, Don Enrique Mixkila, Antonov Vodka, Vino Kulafu and Primera Light Brandy.
For more details, like the Ginebra San Miguel official Facebook page www.facebook.com/BarangayGinebra or log on to www.ginebrasanmiguel.com.
GSMI is a subsidiary of San Miguel Corporation.
For two consecutive years, the City of Bacoor was received the Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG) from Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG).
Mayor Lani Mercado Revilla was given the 2016 SGLG during the SGLG National Conferment Ceremony at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza on Oct. 27.
DILG Secretary Sueno highly commended the officials for the remarkable performance and commitment of the City Government in carrying on its journey towards tapat at mahusay na pamahalaang lokal.
Aiming for the prestigious Seal requires Local Government Units (LGUs) to meet the upgraded standards and criteria based on three core components and at least an essential area set by the DILG.
Core components of SGLG are: 1. Financial Administraion 2. Social Protection and 3. Disaster Preparedness.
LGUs are also measured for all of three essential areas namely: 1. Business Friendliness and Competitiveness 2. Peace and Order and 3. Environmental Management.
The DILG set the parameters to help strengthen and uplift an LGU towards excellent governance.
The elated lady Mayor thanked and congratulated the City Council of Bacoor, Department and Unit Heads, employees, volunteers and all the hardworking and dedicated people behind Bacoor City’s continuing transformation. “The Lord God works wonders. Our strength and wisdom come from our Lord. We li this all up to Him.”
Bacoor City received its very first Seal of Good Local Governance in 2015 during the last term of now Congressman Strike B. Revilla
Department of Transportation Secretary Arturo P. Tugade will be the guest of honor and speaker at the upcoming “You Are The Key” 30th anniversary reunion dinner of various Rotary Clubs.
Sec. Tugade is a past president of Rotary Club Panday Pira Manila.
The event marks the 30th anniversary of the Rotary International (RI) District 381 (D-381), which was established in Rotary Years (RY) 1985 – 1986. After redistricting in 2000, D-381 became D-3810 and another district, D-3830, was formed.
Rotarians from the various Clubs in D-3810 and D-3830, as well as those chartered after the redistricting in RY 1999-2000, are expected to attend the reunion dinner tonight at the Golden Bay Seafood Restaurant, Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard, Pasay City.
According to the past RI D-381’s first District Governor Sonny Ventura, this anniversary is “an important milestone and rare event.”
“Many fellow Rotarians are eager to meet again and renew ties, as well as meet new Rotarians in this grand reunion celebration. Members in the newly formed Clubs are likewise eager to share and participate in this event,” Past President Eddie Yap, chairman of the executive committee, affirms.
The program is also headlined by Past Rotary International Director (PRID) Paing Hechanova, who will deliver an inspirational message.
RCM President Teodoro J. Ocampo will deliver the first promotional talk on the upcoming centennial celebration of the Rotary Club of Manila, the first Rotary Club in Asia. Current District Governors Ernest Yuyek of D-3810 and Edna Sutter of D-3830 were also invited to grace the event.
Karla Gutierrez, internationally acclaimed soprano, will perform at the event. There will be entertainment, giveaways and a raffle of valuable items.
Members of the Executive Committee are: chair PP Eddie Yap, vice chair and secretary PP Dwight Penson, treasurer PP Jerry Limpe, members PP Arsenic Ong and PP Willie Yu; ExCom Senior Advisers: PDG Sonny Ventura and PDG Herman Gamboa; Group Leaders: PP Rene Sunico, PP Cesar Campos, PP Vic de la Dingco, PP Manny Tan Paredes and PP Willie Limqueco.
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