Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Planning a party? Call a beer!

What a relief not having someone go to the grocery, having to wait in those long lines just to buy a pack or two of beer (not to mention ice and cups!) Call a beer makes it easy. All you have to do is give us a call, tell us what type of beer you want and how many and we will have it delivered over to your house. You ring we bring! It’s delivered to your door steps. It’s in a specially branded cooler, absolute zero degree.

Call a beer delivery comes in handy a lot. If there is a party, or get together with some friends to watch a sporting event, beer is a good addition to have for people to sit back and relax with. Instead of picking up the car keys, or daring to walk to your nearest grocery or store, pick up the phone and Call a Beer! It’s the safest way to have fun with the convenience of at-your -doorstep delivery!

Here are the steps:

1. Please ensure that you are 18 years old or older to place an order.

2. Available beers are:

a. San Miguel Light 795/case
b. San Miguel Pale Pilsen 795/case
c. Red Horse Beer 795/case
d. Stella Artois 2,640/case
e. Hoegaarden 3.000/case
f. Corona 2,760/case
g. Bluemoon 3,120/case

3. Call at least 3 hours before your party (its better though if a day early)

4. Landline: 02-8974468
Globe: 0917-6488777
Smart: 0920-2991111

5. Cooler has a deposit of Php 400 and will be picked up again in the morning, the day after

6. Deposit Fees apply to delivery of bottled products. Php 1.50 each and Php 90. per case You may exchange available empty bottles at home

7. Minimum order is 1 case

8. Delivery areas that are for fee are: Katipunan, Libis, Ortigas and Pasig.

You never have to miss another minute of your party or the game on TV Call a beer! So whenever you are planning on having any type of gathering at your house, office or anywhere, remember to call us at Landline: 02-8974468 Globe:0917-6488777 Smart:0920-2991111, and we will bring the party to you!

We reserve the right to refuse liquor and beer delivery for any reason including insufficient proof of age, intoxication, or failure to respond to our liquor and beer delivery procedure. Payment is COD we are open from 4pm to 12mn daily!‪#‎callabeer‬ ‪#‎readytodeliver‬ ‪#‎uringwebring‬ ‪#‎absolutezero‬

Saturday, December 6, 2014

The long-running battle between the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) and CJH Development Corp. led by businessman Robert John SobrepeƱa continued as of this day while waiting for its final decision from arbitration committee soon.

Before, BCDA celebrated a legal victory after the Court of Appeals overturned a pro-SobrepeƱa decision of the Baguio Regional Trial Court in 2012, which issued an injunction against the BCDA’s move to eject the businessman.

The developers of Camp John Hay in Baguio City had warned the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) from forcibly taking over the area pending the resolution of their case with the Court of Appeals (CA).

The BCDA has been misleading locators and shareholders when it issued a Notice to Investors on Nov. 1, claiming the Court of Appeals (CA) had lifted the injunction against BCDA, making it appear the private developers are no longer in charge. But the writ of preliminary injunction issued by the Baguio regional trial court (RTC) against the BCDA remains in effect while the decision of the CA is not yet final.

The Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) will observe and respect the legal process and restrain itself from any attempt of an illegal takeover of the camp. Any such attempt is clearly illegal and criminal. Any act toward this, whether verbal or physical, only shows a lack of observance and total disregard for due process and the rule of law, the consequence of which shall be harmful and prejudicial to the well-being and safety of locators, buyers, investors and visitors in the camp.

BCDA’s assertions of the CA to CJH DevCorp could prove to be the starting point of chaos in the management and operations of the camp. How much more when the final decision favor to them? What will happen then?

CJHDevCo operations were adversely affected, resulting in losses of P1.445 billion, which was increasing daily and has accumulated lease payment arrears to the BCDA in the staggering amount which belongs to the people of Baguio and the surrounding municipalities. And, the new event could still give them negative image through this CA but CJHDev Corp will not give to BCDA unless the final ruling will be served.

The BCDA wanted the management and operation of Camp John Hay by all means even though rough tactics and propaganda are well-planned. For CJHDeevCo owes to BCDA 3 billion pesos in which 800 million pesos will go to Baguio City fund for the management of rent to private developer. Since 1996 the payment made was only 425 million pesos given by Bob Sobrepena to BCDA.

Acting Director of SEC, Ferdinand Sales informed Bob Sobrepena that the SEC is constrained to require the submission of the latest due financial statement not only because for complaints from the public, but also due to the fact that CJHDevCo have continuously failed to submit reports for more than five continuous years. Failure to submit its reports for more than five years is sufficient ground to revoke the corporation’s certificate of registration as provided under existing laws and regulations on reportorial requirements.

The SEC is the authorized financial organization who regulates business corporations in the Philippines. It embodied to punish business organizations who practice negative system.

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