Northpoint’s Christmas decors win Kahayag sa Pasko 2012
January 26, 2013 § Leave a comment
Monday, December 24, 2012 AS A way to express their gratitude to Davao and its people for their continued support to Camella and its projects, Camella opens to the public its Christmas lights and decors in three of its masterplan developments in the region. “We would like to bring cheer to the people by welcoming them to the Christmas decors at Camella Northpoint in Bajada, Camella Cerritos in Mintal, and Camella Tagum to enhance their holiday spirit,” said Marlon Escalicas, general manager of Camella Davao. The efforts paid off. Northpoint’s Christmas decors topped anew the Pasko Fiesta 2012 Kahayag sa Pasko competition for Large Category. It also won the competition last year. It has been an annual tradition of Camella Davao to light up their developments not only to showcase their projects, but more importantly to enhance the Christmas spirit for the public. “We also offer our efforts to create these cheerful decors to those affected by Typhoon Pablo, to make everyone feel that despite the devastation, there is hope in the coming year,” Escalicas said. Escalicas added that the season’s bright lights and colorful decors aim to bring cheer to everyone, symbolizing hope and a better life in the New Year. Camella Northpoint’s festive holiday lights and decors was designed by Camella Staff headed by Eng. Aaron Chan, Eng. Erwin Anajao, Arch. Ivan Abud and Eng. John Tormis, whose talent and creativity produced a cheerful Christmas tableau admired by the public. Camella Northpoint won 1st place in the Pasko Fiesta Lighting Competition by the city government last year, with Camella Cerritos coming in at 3rd place. Escalicas said their efforts are not geared towards winning accolades, but to help usher the spirit and true meaning of Christmas. “We encourage families and friends to visit our sites, especially Camella Northpoint, as this is what Camella is all about, the coming together of families and friends to give life to the real meaning of Christmas,” Escalicas said. Camella makes the family celebration of Christmas more meaningful with its “Home for the Holidays” promo which makes it easier for families to acquire a new Camella home this holiday season. Big discounts are made available to homebuyers, ranging from P125,000 to P150,000 for Camella Northpoint condo units. Reservation fee has also been pulled down from P30,000 to P20,000. “We also give promo interest rates for in-house financing. From 18 percent per annum, we have lowered it to only 16 percent for five years and 14 percent for three years,” revealed Anna Mae dela Pena, Camella Davao Marketing Head. For homebuyers this month, Christmas gift packages like grocery baskets and appliance giveaway also await them, all on top of the outright discount they can avail. The ‘Home for the Holidays’ promo is available until end of December.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on December 24, 2012.