Fast & Furious Tickets Help Send Students To School

Thursday, May 23, 2013 Stef dela Cruz 0 Comments

Is anybody planning to watch Fast & Furious 6 during its screening on May 24, 2013? I know where you can get tickets and help send students to school, in case you’re interested.

Ex Libris Philippines, a book club trying to raise funds for students of the University of the Philippines, is holding a special blocked screening of Fast & Furious 6. The screening starts at 7:45 pm at Rockwell Power Plant Mall, cinema 6.

Fast & Furious 6 in Manila: Tickets, Tickets!

I know you’re itching to get your hands on Fast & Furious 6 tickets, so feel free to contact Nicole Bautista! You can call her at 0916 341 3366.

Tickets are priced at PhP500 each. For every ticket you buy, you are helping to send a student to school! It’s a great way to spend a Ninoy bill, yes?

Speaking of cars, Fast & Furious comes to the Philippines in conjunction with Hot Import Nights 2, a car show held in Manila just a few weeks back. Feel free to look at the hot cars (and the hot ladies!) when you click on the link.

Fast & Furious 6 Manila

We don’t have to wait one week after the rest of the world has watched Fast & Furious 6 before we do! It will be shown in Philippine cinemas tomorrow, just one day after its premiere in France and Belgium. Thanks to Solar Entertainment for getting United International Pictures on board for the Philippine screening!

Let me know if this much-awaited movie meets your expectations. Unfortunately, I won’t get to watch it on its first day of screening. But if it’s just as good as it looks in trailers, I’m definitely going to watch it some other day!

Help send students to school by buying Fast & Furious 6 tickets from Ex Libris Philippines. They will be sending scholars to the University of the Philippines with your help. Oh, and enjoy the movie!

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Stef dela Cruz is a doctor and writer. She received the 2013 Award for Health Media from the Department of Health. She maintains a health column in Health.Care Magazine and contributes to The Manila Bulletin. Add her to your circles.