Get to thinking big in commitment to Mother Earth, The Persimmon Plus, at The Persimmon, along M. J. Cuenco Avenue in Mabolo, Cebu City hosts a variety of activities in Switch Off, offering the community a way to contribute to environmental solutions in the largest global demonstration of concern for the Earth.
Switch Off features Cebu Trivia Night, brain-wracking, rib-tickling, unnerving fun. Cebu Trivia Night is open to anyone and everyone raring to pit wits with other teams sure to claim knowing everything about the earth and anything under the sun.
It will also be a wonderful display of artistry as Bernardo Flores takes the spotlight with his high fashion collection interspersed with music, fire dancers and commitment-signing. Flores has earned a name for himself in the local fashion centerstage with distinct bridal couture, dressing up a sizeable number of celebrities and personalities.
Percs Republic and Coro Serenata will also be offering upbeat music, bringing everyone to celebrate beyond the hour. The Persimmon Plus is gathering entrepreneurs for the Earth Hour Bazaar offering unique items ranging from food to fashion accessories.
Fretzie Alquiza, AboitizLand’s Commercial Business Unit Marketing Officer said that Earth Hour is aligned to AboitizLand’s promise of nurturing communities. “We are collaborating with a variety of stakeholders to take sustainable action not just on the hour but beyond, thus uniting people to protect the planet.”
The emerging event place of the city, The Persimmon Plus houses Carlito’s Way Diner, Dong Juan, Mr. Coffee, Pan de Manila, Happy Rooster Home Décor Café ensuring the best casual dining experience. It is also a convenient place to do regular grocery shopping (Three Sixty Pharmacy), pampering (Bright Smiles), and other serviced activities (Softwash Laundromat, Cebu
Trip Tours, Bernardo C. Flores and Aboitiz Jebsen).
The Persimmon Plus is the commercial hub of The Persimmon, the first vertical community developed by AboitizLand, Inc. It joins the Mactan Economic Zone 2, another AboitizLand industrial development and the rest of the global community, in dimming and shutting off non-essential lights during Earth Hour 2012, from 8:30 – 9:30 p.m.