Brother Color Manila Run

Brother-Color Manila Nite Run: Blacklight Edition

MANILA (May 16, 2015) – Brother International Philippines Corporation (Brother Philippines), a leader in home and business IT peripherals, recently made the Brother-Color Manila Nite Run: Blacklight Edition held in Filinvest City, Alabang the perfect backdrop for the launch of its revolutionary Multi-Function Centre (MFC) series that features a Refill Tank System with an ultra-high 6,000 page-yield.

A presenter of the color fun run where over 7,000 participants joined, Brother Philippines made the event even more exciting by introducing a special 6K category in the race, instead of the usual 5K race, and putting up a booth where runners are given premium items. Brother also gave away refill ink pillows to 6k participants and Refill Tank System MFCs to lucky runners.

The color fun run also served as an opportunity for Brother customers and partners to experience the fun run as participants themselves. Celebrity supporters which include Karylle Yuzon, Phil and James Younghusband, Elmo and Maxene Magalona, and JC Intal gamely joined the colorful unveiling as well.

Brother Color Manila Run

Brother executives and celebrities ‘glow’ in the Brother Refill Tank System launch and fun run. Brother executives join celebrity guests in the successful first ever Brother Color Manila Nite Run: Blacklight edition with 6k category to highlight the 6k page yield (in black) of the company’s latest Refill Tank System. In photo are : (left to right) Karylle Yuzon, Masao Kasagi, Phil Younghusband, Glenn Hocson, Elmo Magalona, Maxene Magalona, James Younghusband, JC Intal and Jerry Fukuhara.

Brother Philippines President Glenn P. Hocson said that, “The colorful event not only highlighted Brother’s Refill Tank System’s CMYK refillable ink bottles, but also our competitively priced 6,000 page-yield that meets high print volume users’ need for lower ‘running’ costs.”

Perfect for personal users, or business users printing from small office home office (SOHO) who seek bigger savings, the new Brother Refill Tank System series has low-cost ink bottles with 6,000 page-yield for black ink, and 5,000 page-yield for each of the three color ink bottles for only P390.

The Refill Tank Series has suggested retail price of Php8,450.00 for the DCP-T300 and Php9,450.00 for the DCP-T500W inclusive of taxes and a one-year Standard Warranty plus one-year Extended Warranty, or 30,000 pages that is supported by the Brother Philippines Customer Service Center. To join the succeeding editions of the Brother Color Manila Run to be held in Davao on May 24 and in Cebu on May 31, register at http://www.colormanilarun.com/?q=cebu and http://www.colormanilarun.com/?q=davao.

For more information about Brother, visit http://www.brother.com.ph.

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Grab your own printer and calendar from Brother 2015 Contest

Kick off 2015 with fantastic prizes and freebies from Brother Philippines! With the Brother 2015 Calendar of Me contest, you can win your very own personalized photo calendar plus a chance to take home a brand new Brother printer!

The Brother 2015 Calendar of Me contest is open to all participants 18 years old and above. All you have to do is send in six high resolution photos (at least 500kb per photo) to the Calendar of Me 2015 Contest tab on the Brother Philippines Facebook page.

Brother Printer Prize

Two hundred (200) lucky participants with the best photos will have their own printed personalized calendars delivered right at their doorsteps. Ten contestants will also win a brand new Brother monochrome laser multi-function printer!

“Filipinos are well-known for posting selfies and photos of families and friends on their social media sites. This is a great opportunity to have those wonderful digital memories captured on their very own 2015 calendar. Printed on our top-notch Brother A3 InkBenefit printers, the poster-size calendars will even be delivered to their homes,” said Glenn Hocson, Brother Philippines President.

For more information, like the Brother Philippines Facebook page and click on the Calendar of Me 2015 Contest tab or this linkhttps://apps.facebook.com/faims_formb_a/?pid=108646075859184.

Promo runs from Dec 24, 2014 to January 15, 2015. Ten winners of a brand new Brother multi-function printer will be raffled off on January 16, 2015. Per DTI – FTEB SPD Permit No. 9485, Series of 2014.

About Brother International Philippines Corporation

Brother International Philippines Corporation is one of the sales subsidiaries of Brother International Singapore, Pte. Ltd. Incorporated in the Philippines in 2000, the company today manages an extensive network of provincial offices in Cebu, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Naga and Pampanga, as well as an extensive network of dealers throughout the country.

Brother is a leader in the development and manufacturing of technologies in the printing, communication and digital imaging industries for homes, SOHOs and enterprises who demand solutions that empower businesses and individuals to communicate ideas in every possible way. A trusted brand worldwide that believes in the “Customer First” approach in all aspects of their business, Brother has continually met the varied needs of their customers through their comprehensive range of quality printing solutions. For more information on Brother International Philippines and its products, please call 581-9888 or visit http://www.brother.com.ph. Brother will always be “At Your Side” now and into the future.

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