Max’s Restaurant Grand Inaanak Fun Day
The other day I got an invite to attend the Max’s Restaurant Grand Inaanak Fun Day at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay City. Ang sosyal ni Ninong Max ha!
The venue was huge and I was surprised to see hundred of families inside the SMX hall. There are photo booths, activity booths and programs that made the event exciting and wonderful (naaliw ako sa theater program sobra).
The free showing is brought by “Superbook,” the animated series imbibing Christian values. And the engaging Musical Theater Play by Trumpets Playshop.
This is the story of Ugly Duckling 🙂
Introduced in 2011, the “Ninong Ko Si Max’s” campaign pays tribute to the iconic member of the Filipino’s extended family – the Ninongs!
Max, the celebrated figure behind Max’s Restaurant was launched as the official godfather of every child who will celebrate their christening reception at Max’s Restaurant.
Here are some benefits if you will have Max as your Ninong
- Every year, until the kids reach the age of 7, inaanak’s will receive Christmas and birthday presents from their doting Ninong Max.
- With a minimum purchase of PhP200, for every store visit, they will also be privileged to receive yummy freebies like Max’s Corner Bakery’s oven-fresh treats.
- On top of these, they will also get a 15% VIP discounts on their 1st and 7th birthday celebrations at any Max’s Restaurant in the country.
“Max’s Restaurant has celebrated the most important milestones in almost every Filipino family for nearly seven decades. In all these years of sharing treasured memories together, Max’s has played a very important role in strengthening family relationships from generation to generation. With Max’s first Grand Inaanak Fun Day, we want to create a unique and memorable experience that will transcend the tightly-knit family tradition that is inherent among Filipinos,” shared Ms. Ghena Austero, Max’s Marketing Manager for Dine-in, Functions and Events.
Learn more about Ninong Max’s growing family and how you can be an official “inaanak.”