Yesterday, I had one of the most fun-filled event with Oishi. It was my first time to attend Oishi Snacktacular and I was really thrilled to finally try the Snack Catcher (human crane) game. Let’s see how did I fare.🙂
The event is open to the public from July 15-17, 2016 at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall as it showcases interactive booths like the famous Snack Catcher, Make Your Own Snack Booth, O-Twirl, Snack Shack and refreshing Slush C+. Here’s a complete map of activities that you can join:
I went with the Oishi Slush C+ since it’s the booth closest to the registration booth, plus there weren’t much people in line. In this booth you get to choose between pomelo or calamansi and enjoy a cup of your favorite drink.
I wasted no time and quickly went to the Snack Catcher booth since I know people would line up for this as the day goes by.🙂
Not bad for a first-timer.🙂
All the other booths are quick to finish so I made a quick round and visited Make Your Own Snack, Pack & Pose, and O Twirl.
Only 2 booths left!
The lines were long at the Cuckoo Blaster but I decided to go with this first since it looked more fun than Snack Shack.
I got a decent score, yay!
Yup, more Oishi goodies for me🙂
By the time Snack Shack was all that’s left to be stamped on my passport, the lines were unbelievably long. It took me more than 30minutes in line before I get to finish this game.
But I had so much fun grabbing Kimchi chips and trying to make them fit in my Oishi bag. Here’s my bag of Oishi snacks:
That’s about 250pts. Finally, I finished the entire activity and got my Oishi shirt.
I wasn’t able to take a photo of my total score but the essence of the game is to get as much points as you can. The top scorers get to win additional 4ft tall Oishi Bag plus GCs. The winners are to be announced on Sunday.
Anyway, here are the Oishi goodies I get to bring home yesterday. Thank you Oishi and Bridges PR for giving me a chance to join Oishi Snacktacular 2016🙂
I had so much fun and I’m sure you will, too! The Oishi Snacktacular event is to be attened by Oishi’s iconic Team O members – Daniel Padilla, Kathryn Bernardo, Ramon Bautista, Alex Gonzaga, Slater Young, Elmo Magalona, and Maine Mendoza as we celebrate the 70th year of Liwayway Marketing Corporation, the company behind Oishi.
So don’t forget to visit the Oishi Snacktacular booth until Sunday at SM Mall of Asia Music Hall. The entrance is free but you have to pay per game. But don’t worry, with the Snack Shack and Snack Catcher, I’m sure your visit will be worth it!