1 million pesos to be raffled off on MANNY PACQUIAO’S 32nd Birthday Bash

1 million pesos to be raffled off on  MANNY PACQUIAO’S 32nd Birthday Bash!

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Only the formally invited 1,500 guests of Manny would be able to win the 1 million pesos that he would raffle off in a while @ KCC CONVENTION CENTER. The formally invited guest invitations comes with a raffle coupon that they need to filled up and dropped in the drop box upon entering the venue.


Other prizes to be won 

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  • TOYOTA VIOS
  • TWO (2) MOTORCYCLES
  • THREE (3) FLAT SCREEN TELEVISION
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A CLASSIC 1962 LAMBRETTA MOTORCYCLE WITH THE LIFE STORY OF MANNY DRAWN ALL OVER IT, WERE ALSO DISPLAYED AT THE VENUE.


The lavish party has a modern GRECO theme.

The new BSP logo

The new BSP logo is a perfect round shape in blue that features three gold stars and a stylized Philippine Eagle rendered in white strokes. These main elements are framed on the left side with the text inscription “Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas” underscored by a gold line drawn in half circle. The right side remains open, signifying freedom, openness, and readiness of the BSP, as represented by the Philippine eagle, to soar and fly toward its goal. Putting all these elements together is a solid blue background to signify stability.

Principal Elements:

1. The Philippine Eagle, our national bird, is the world’s largest eagle and is a symbol of strength, clear vision and freedom, the qualities we aspire for as a central bank.

2. The three stars represent the three pillars of central banking: price stability, stable banking system, and a safe and reliable payments system. It may also be interpreted as a geographical representation of BSP’s equal concern for the impact of its policies and programs on all Filipinos, whether they are in Luzon, Visayas or Mindanao.

Colors

1. The blue background signifies stability.
2. The stars are rendered in gold to symbolize wisdom, wealth, idealism, and high quality.
3. The white color of the eagle and the text for BSP represents purity, neutrality, and mental clarity.

Font or Type Face

Non-serif, bold for “BANGKO SENTRAL NG PILIPINAS” to suggest solidity, strength, and stability. The use of non-serif fonts characterized by clean lines portrays the no-nonsense professional manner of doing business at the BSP.

Shape
Round shape to symbolize the continuing and unending quest to become an excellent monetary authority committed to improve the quality of life of Filipinos. This round shape is also evocative of our coins, the basic units of our currency.

The all new P20 Peso Bill

The all new P20 Peso Bill

Front: Younger-looking Manuel L. Quezon at the front and pictures of the declaration of Filipino as a national language, and the Barasoain Church in Malolos, Bulacan.

Back: Picture of the Banaue Rice Terraces can be found, alongside an animal related to that area, the Palm Civet or most commonly known as the Musang. Photo Source otepsblog


All bank notes will have a color almost similar to the ones used on the current bank notes—orange for P20, red for P50, bluish violet for P100, green for P200, black/gold for P500 and blue for P1,000.

The all new P50 Peso Bill

The all new P50 Peso Bill

Front: A younger-looking Sergio Osmeña and prints of the Leyte Landing and the First National Assembly on either side.

Back: Taal Lake and the Maliputo fish are featured. Photo Source otepsblog


All bank notes will have a color almost similar to the ones used on the current bank notes—orange for P20, red for P50, bluish violet for P100, green for P200, black/gold for P500 and blue for P1,000.

The all new Philippine P100 peso bill

The all new Philippine P100 peso bill


Front: Features a young President ManuelRoxas with pictures of the old BSP building in Intramuros, Manila, and the inauguration of the Second Republic.

Back: The world’s perfect cone -Mayon Volcano in Albay and the whale shark (popularly known as butanding) can be found at the back of the new P100. source otepsblog



All bank notes will have a color almost similar to the ones used on the current bank notes—orange for P20, red for P50, bluish violet for P100, green for P200, black/gold for P500 and blue for P1,000.

The all new Philippine P200 peso bill

 The all new Philippine P200 peso bill

Front: Younger Diosdado Macapagal with photos of the Edsa People Power 2001 that elected her daughter, former President and now Rep. Gloria Arroyo of Pampanga, and the Independence House (former President Emilio Aguinaldo’s museum) in Kawit, Cavite.

Back: Sprawling Chocolate Hills in Bohol and the world’s smallest primate the Philippine tarsier. Photo source otepsblog


All bank notes will have a color almost similar to the ones used on the current bank notes—orange for P20, red for P50, bluish violet for P100, green for P200, black/gold for P500 and blue for P1,000.

The all new Philippine P1,000 peso bill

The all new Philippine P1,000 peso bill

Front: A younger-looking picture of Jose Abad Santos, Vicente Lim and Josefa Llanes Escoda are printed, as well as photographs of the centennial celebration of Philippine independence and the Medal of Honor, which was awarded to each of the trio.

Back: Pictures of Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park and the South Sea pearl. Photo source otepsblog


All bank notes will have a color almost similar to the ones used on the current bank notes—orange for P20, red for P50, bluish violet for P100, green for P200, black/gold for P500 and blue for P1,000.