The rising temperatures experienced throughout the country can only mean one thing – summer is here. And, just as the season changes, the wardrobe needs an upgrade as well.
It’s a good thing that Robinsons Department Store is here to help every Filipino enjoy the best adventures that summer has to offer by bringing the best brands together under one roof – whether it’s a new swimsuit, casual summer wear, or skin care essentials.
To bring never ending fun under the sun, Robinsons Department Store has partnered with top fashion and skin care brands for Chasing the Sun, its latest campaign and promo which will raffle off 10 Go Pro Hero 5 Black 4K Ultra HD Cameras.
Until April 30, every P500 single receipt purchase of any participating Beach Hut, Body Music, Conquest, Island Haze, Nike SNS, Sun Kissed, Vans, or Vaseline products is equivalent to one raffle coupon while every P500 single receipt purchase of any participating Angelfish, Hawaiian Sun, Nivea, or Sassa products is equivalent to two raffle entries. Deadline for submission of entries is on April 30. Raffle will be on May 12.
Whether it’s basking in the waters of Boracay, driving to Tagaytay for the weekend, skydiving in Bantayan Island, snorkeling in Tablas, or just lounging in the city – Robinsons Department Store has the best summer outfits for you. Shop and get a chance to win one of 10 Go Pro Hero 5 Black 4K Ultra HD Cameras that will capture every exciting second of your adventure.
For more updates on the hottest summer trends, visit www.RobinsonsDepartmentStore.com.ph or like and follow @RobinsonsDepartmentStore on Facebook and Instagram.
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