A Filipino blessing for a model home

February 11, 2012 § Leave a comment

February 05, 2012
Camella Dumaguete blessed the three model houses the traditional Filipino way. From the Catholic mass to the merienda with deli cious local delicacies of kutsinta, cassava cake and empanada, the ceremony bespoke of family bonds and faith.

The Camella team, along with its family of agents, brokers and buyers , gathered for this event, which is a typical religious ritual started by early Catholicism intended to protect inhabitants from unforeseen occurrences.

Apart from its religios ity, the ceremony is more of a social event, and touches of modern practices meant to usher in prosperity were inserted, like the throwing of coins that is basically a Chinese practice and the breaking of a wine bottle led by contractor/engineer Engr. Napoleon Balag, Engr. Karlo Pacuribot, and Engr. Vilmor Gentilezo which is a European tradition.

Camella Dumaguete blends the advantages of countryside charm and urban comfort. Residents will wake up to the refreshing scent of Carribean pine trees surrounding the entire subdivis ion, and will enjoy strolls around lush gardens, pocket parks and meditation ponds set against a magnificent view of the Negros Oriental Twin Peaks.

Camella Dumaguete is part of the larges t homebuilder in the Philippines, Vista Land & Lifescapes, Inc., that has built over 250,000 houses in 21 provinces in 48 cities and municipalities. For inquiries, log on to http://www.camella.com.ph (http:/ /www.camella.com.ph) or email to vismin@camella.com.ph.

Also visit Camella Dumaguete office at G/F Plaza, Milagros Bldg., Gov. Perdices St., Dumaguete City, or call numbers (035) 421-0911 or 0917-809-3794.
 

Negros Chronicle

www.camella.com.ph

 

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