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The Peninsula Manila turns pink this October
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For the fifth year running, The Peninsula Manila goes all out in its support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
This entire month of October, the grand fountain in front of the hotel will be illuminated in pink light from 6-10 PM.

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Pink-themed food and beverage will be offered, with 25% of proceeds benefiting the Philippine Foundation for Breast Care Inc.*
Pink Afternoon Tea can be enjoyed on a three-tiered silver server for PHP 780 or at a buffet for PHP 740, while a sangria and pink-inspired tapas set for two is also available at PHP 820.

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Over at Salon de Ning, help fight breast cancer with a glass of the signature Salon de Ning Rosé Champagne for PHP 1,150 or a bottle for PHP 5,300. A delicious Peninsula in Pink Berry Dream cocktail may be sipped for a good cause at PHP 580.
An exclusive Peninsula in Pink pink ribbon pin will be worn by every Peninsula Manila staff member throughout October. The pins are available for sale at a dedicated donation desk in the Lobby for PHP 250 nett, with a donation for each pin sold.

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“This October, we want to encourage our team members and hotel guests to help spread our awareness message by thinking PINK,” says Sonja Vodusek, The Peninsula Manila’s General Manager.
“We are delighted to partner with Philippine Foundation for Breast Care, Inc. and assist them with raising funds and awareness for this dreaded disease that has claimed the lives of millions. This is our call to action for Filipinos to come face to face with this life-threatening condition and proactively and concretely deepen their involvement in this noble cause that will save the lives of countless daughters, sisters, mothers and wives.”
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Unless otherwise noted, all prices are subject to 10% service charge and applicable government taxes.
For inquiries or reservations, call The Peninsula Manila at (632) 887-2888, extension 6694 (Restaurant Reservations),
e-mail pmn@peninsula.com or go to peninsula.com.

*The Philippine Foundation for Breast Care Inc. (PFBCI) is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization that was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2001.
Dedicated to serving mostly indigent patients by sourcing financial assistance and providing emotional support, PFBCI is a donee institution accredited by the Philippine Council for NGO Certification.

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Chris

Yes, the guy on the right is really cute. Haha!

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It’s always a treat to pass by the Pen, seeing the pink facade. It’s much better if it’s a red light at the corner of Ayala and Makati Avenues (direction: Ayala Avenue going to EDSA). I get to enjoy the view for a few more minutes.

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Joan

ako naman i like the one on the left hahaha!

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teadrinker Reply:

Ang bilis ng mata ni Jay, hahahaa

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Ang bilis ng mata ni Jay, hahahaa

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Nice gesture! 🙂

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