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Ravena endorses photo tilt

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Kiefer Ravena
A Christmas season full of life awaits young and old photo enthusiasts as Cocolife launched a unique photo contest in the new normal of the Yuletide celebration.

 Basketball superstar Kiefer Ravena, Gilas team Captain and Cocolife Brand Ambassador, endorsed Cocolife’s ‘Acts of Kindness Contest and Win’, open to all Filipino amateur/professional photographers in the country.

All entries must be original materials and in digital format (JPEG). The usage of DSLR point-and-shoot and camera phones are allowed.

A bonanza of prizes, such as P10,000 cash, a Christmas Noche Buena Gift Package and autographed RVNA ball will be awarded to 12 crafty photography winners, who will be announced on December 11, 2020.

The Cocolife social media team will notify winners the final result. They  may claim their prizes at the nearest Cocolife branch.

Participants joining in the event supported by Cocolife President Atty. Jose Martin Loon, SVP Joseph Ronquillo, VP Rowena Asnan and EVP Joie Franz Araque, must be 21 to 59 years old upon joining, must like the official Facebook page of Cocolife and comment on their photo entries ‘Acts of Kindness’ promo post that include the hashtags #ActsofKindness #Cocolife #BeleivinginTheFilipino.

Registration link will be sent  to all qualified participants for full contact details.

There will be no limit for the number of entries per participant. Deadline of submission of entries will be on November 30, 2020.

For further details, see official Cocolife Facebook page and Cocolife website (www.cocolife.com)

Topics: Cocolife , Keifer Ravena , Cocolife’s ‘Acts of Kindness Contest and Win , Jose Martin Loon
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