A few weeks ago, I received an invite for the Moose Gear Grand Fans Day and was informed that I could bring one of my children with me. The event was also open to all Moose Gear fans which meant that my husband and other child could come too. Since the entire family could attend the event, I confirmed my attendance and told the toddlers that we’d be seeing the Goin’ Bulilit Kids. From then on, my little girl would often sing “(goin’) bulilit, bulilit”.
We arrived at Robinson’s Galleria before 11am and were supposed to have lunch before going to the Activity Center. But when we took a peek at the area we saw a long queue of fans already waiting to be admitted so my husband and the toddlers just had lunch at McDonald’s while I stood in line for their entry stubs. While waiting in line, I chatted with a 10-year-old girl who was right next to me. Grace was a big fan of Nash, Sharlene, and Aaron so when she found out about the Grand Fans Day thru the Moose Gear Facebook Fan Page, she immediately asked her parents’ permission to attend the event.
While waiting for the show to start, bloggers were served food from Jollibee and the 50 early birds were given stubs for Bibingkinitan goodies. At around 1pm, Jason Tomas, Ate Melissa and Kuya Rodel warmed up the crowd by leading parlor games for the Moose Gear fans. Among the games were Pinoy Henyo, Longest “I love Moose Gear!”, and Reverse Stop Dance. The winners received gift packs from Moose Gear and Dakki.
The winners of Moose Gear PIC of the Month were also awarded with gift packs from Moose Gear Apparel. Check out the Moose Gear Facebook Fan Page to know how you can join the Pic-of-the-Month, Moose Gear Playtime, and other promotional activities. Some lucky early birds were able to bring home gift packs from Moose Gear, Faces & Curves and Erase when their raffle stubs were randomly picked throughout the event. Moose Gear Grand Fans Day t-shirts were also given out to lucky fans.
Prior to the performances of the Moose Gear Image Models, the Moose Gear Mascot hyped the crowd with his groovy dance moves. My daughter and I were startled when he jumped off the stage to dance with the kids in front. I thought he’d fall! But he moved with amazing dexterity despite his size. And the kids loved him so.
The performances the crowd was eagerly awaiting started right after that. Sharlene, Angelo, Aaron, Basty, Mika and Nash showed off their singing prowess while Xyriel, Cha-Cha, Izzy, and Maliksi wowed the crowd with their dance moves. We missed a couple of performances as the toddlers were getting a bit cranky because of the crowd (what a crowd there was!) and the noise.
The child stars all looked trendy yet comfortable in their Moose Gear apparel. Having established itself as a trendsetter in children’s fashion, Moose Gear continues to provide up-to-date designs that both moms and kids alike love. Moms are also assured that their children are comfortable as Moose Gear uses only 100% cotton fabrics. My little girl was given a shirt from the Moose Girl line. She liked the color and design so much that she insisted on putting it on immediately.
If you would like to know more about Moose Gear apparel, see their latest collection, or take part in their promotional activities, visit their recently launched website www.moosegear.com.ph and be a part of the Moose Gear Community.