ONE of the best things about Seattle’s Best holidays is the thrill of getting the SBC Dream Journal, a feature-laden organizer for the next year.
As promos go, this is one of the easiest, most enjoyable and truly most worthwhile.
Seattle’s Best guests need only collect 18 stickers on their SBC Dream Card during the promotional period to get this beautiful planner for free.
What’s more, they get to enjoy 18 of Seattle’s Best’s freshly brewed premium coffee drinks along the way, and help send children to school, too. A portion of the proceeds generated from the total sales of each completed SBC Dream Card will be donated to global charity partner organization, World Vision to benefit its children’s educational programs.
One sticker will be given for every SBC drink bought (excluding bottled drinks). Guests need to purchase 10 regular SBC drinks and eight (8) holiday drinks to qualify for the journal. The SBC Dream Card will be available from October 23, 2012 to January 31, 2013 at all Seattle’s Best branches.
The SBC Dream Journal 2013 is a fantastic way to start the year right. Creatively conceptualized, it is packed with features to gratify the meticulous planner. There also are numerous treats in every journal: each comes with Seattle’s Best giveaways for more value for money.
The journal comes in five attractive colors to suit everyone’s tastes – red, blue, yellow, purple and brown – and has monthly calendars and generous writing pages. Seattle’s Best is also making available a free engraving service for guests to customize their journals.
Aside from these, the journal comes with coupons for Seattle’s Best freebies, including six free drinks, complimentary drinks, free panini, free cookies, and 24 hours free Wifi.
With the aim of providing every customer with the perfect cup of coffee, Seattle’s Best has been delighting coffee lovers in the Philippines since 2000. It currently operates 19 cafes nationwide, with another café to open by the end of October.
Seattle’s Best, which prides itself in maintaining and delivering excellence in every step of the coffee-making experience. From its carefully selected premium coffee beans and nurtured relationships with coffee farmers, to the finely calibrated roasting process that produces its coffee’s signature smoothness, to every freshly brewed cup, Seattle’s Best thrives on a connoisseurship of coffee unparalleled in the industry. The time and patience it invests in every cup of coffee is unmatched, and is the reason why its coffee is called the “Best.”
Seattle’s Best Coffee’s four holiday drinks along with the rest of its extensive menu of food and other beverages are available at Greenbelt 3, Bonifacio High Street, Valero Street, Makati Medical Center, SM Megamall, Cardinal Santos Hospital, Katipunan, TriNoma, SM Mall of Asia, Neo Plaza, Ongpin, NAIA Terminal 3, Festival Mall, Greenhills Town Center, Taft Avenue, Market! Market!, One McKinley Place, Caltex SLEX, Ayala Center Cebu and Matalino Street.
About Seattle’s Best Coffee Philippines
Seattle’s Best Coffee Philippines has been serving the finest and premium coffee to its customers since 2000 and today serves hundreds of thousands of cups of coffee every month. Exclusively franchised by Coffee Masters Inc., Seattle’s Best Coffee Philippines offers a wide selction of beverages (coffees, teas, ice blends and non-coffee drinks), food (breakfast, light meals, pastries and desserts) and additional coffee related items (beans, tumblers and giftables). A freshly-brewed cup of Seattle’s Best Coffee is currently available at 19 unique locations throughout Metro Manila and Cebu.
About World Vision
World Vision is a Christian relief, development, and advocacy organization dedicated to working with the most vulnerable children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. With more than 50 years of experience in community organization and development, World Vision’s various programs, which are all geared towards its vision of fullness for every child, include the promotion of: sustainable development projects (education, health and nutrition, livelihood and utilities development, and values formation), emergency response and disaster relief efforts, and overall public awareness for justice. For additional information, please visit World Vision online at www.worldvision.org.ph.