BE IN GO: SOLD OUT
By Rubianne Riera and Christine Patriarca
Name of Activity: BE-In-Go “Knowledge Challenge”
Date: July 16, 2015
Venue: DAS Hall, OLOPSC
Be-In-Go “Knowledge Challenge” is a fund raising event organized by the officers of the Business Administration Society. The event was held at the DAS Hall on July 16, 2015 with the professors and students from all courses gracing the event.
The support and cooperation of the College Department was indeed overwhelming as all afternoon classes on July 16th were requested to join the BE IN GO Knowledge Game. The registration and ticket sales handled by some officers and committee members started at 12:00 noon and lasted for a few hours.
The emcees of the said event, 2nd year manager Celene Rocuyan and Johnson Sanchez brought life and enjoyment to the activity.
In her Opening Remarks Chief Executive Officer Ma. Marixie Manahan thanked everyone who participated and gave their full support for the fund raising event.
Accountant Christian Lopez briefed the audience on the mechanics and the prizes at stake which included an earphone, USB, Power bank, Bag, Cell phone, Tablet and a Japanese Bike among others.
The game started with the easy level of questions where tickets of two (2) contestants were drawn by VP Marketing Billy Joe Flores and whoever answered the questions were given minor prizes.
Club Adviser Gennieve D. Singson and Area Chair Prof. Malou Dimasakat awarded the prizes to the winners in all levels of the competition.
Paulyne Uyan, Terrence Gil, Justin Beray and Hannah Patricia Garces, entertained the audience with their enchanting acoustic songs during the intermission portion of the show.
• The game grew more exciting as it reached the average and difficult levels with more participants picked to take the challenge and get a chance of winning. Surprisingly, the two top prizes were won not by two but just one lucky winner, BA student Coleen Rupisan.
With all tickets sold out, the event organizers from the Business Administration Society with their Club Adviser and Area Chair pause for a shot to celebrate the overwhelming success of the Be-in-Go. Proceeds of the fund-raising project will be used to fund the activities proposed by BASoc for the benefit of the students.