(EVENT) PUP Manila Won Calbee Dance; LAunches Do The Calbeats Dance Challenge online
Jack ‘n Jill Calbee is set to heat up our digital screens by launching the #DoTheCalbeats Dance Challenge online!
Jack ‘n Jill Calbee’s potato mascot, Jaga, entertained the crowd in TriNoma after a dance showdown with former Manoeuvres member Michael Flores. This and other energetic performances from Jack ‘n Jill Calbee’s online ambassador Yassi Pressman and renowned university dance crews were showcased during the Dance To The CalBeats Competition last June 10.
With their creative take of Jack ‘n Jill Calbee’s “Konichi-woah” dance moves, University of the East Extreme Squad bagged second place during the Dance To The CalBeats Competition held at TriNoma Mall last June 10.
University of the Philippines Manila Indayog Dance Varsity impressed the mall-goers in TriNoma Mall with their fresh moves and energetic vibe, and won third place during the Dance To The CalBeats Competition last June 10.
Polytechnic University of the Philippines Power Impact Dancers wowed the TriNoma crowd with their heart-stopping performance, and won as the grand champion of the Jack ‘n Jill Calbee’s Dance To The CalBeats Competition last June 10. Awarding the dance crew with P70,000 cash prize are (top row, L-R) Jack ‘n Jill Calbee General Manager Mickey Manalang, Jack ‘n Jill Calbee’s online ambassador, Yassi Pressman, and former Manoeuvres member Michael Flores.
Dancers who have the rhythm to go viral are invited to make their own #DoTheCalbeats Dance Challenge dance covers. Jack ‘n Jill Calbee will be on the lookout for the best dance covers starting June 10, and is giving away big prizes including Jack ‘n Jill Calbee treats, P20,000 in cash, and a trip for four to Japan for its first set of winners.
To join, participants can choose to go solo or dance in a group with a maximum of five members. They must video-record their best dance covers of Jack ‘n Jill Calbee’s “Konnichi-whoa” jingle; post this publicly on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the caption “I/We just made our own dance cover of the #DoTheCalbeats Honey Butter! Can you top this? #PotatoPros”; and tag Jack ‘n Jill Calbee on your posts to get spotted by the #PotatoPros.
The first set of winners will be announced by the end of July, so don’t miss out on this chance to showcase those fierce moves. Who knows, you might be the next “konnichi-whoa” dance sensation?
You may even take inspiration from the university dance crews who battled it out during the launch of the #DoTheCalbeats Dance Challenge at TriNoma Activity Center last June 10. Watch their dance videos by subscribing to Jack ‘n Jill Calbee’s YouTube page.
Gather your friends and #DoTheCalbeats to win awesome prizes! Visit Jack ‘n Jill Calbee’s website at www.jacknjillcalbee.com to access the full mechanics of the #DoTheCalbeats Dance Challenge.