Hey, guys! Guess what?! Oreo is on a mission to encourage parents and kids to have OT!
No… not “overtime”…
Oreo Philippines invited some media personalities, guests and their kids as well as children from Nayon Ng Kabataan Foundation to take part in the “Oreo Time” launch held at The Blue Leaf Events Pavilion last Saturday.
As always, Oreo does know how to throw a party!
Who wants some Oh-Ree-Yo?
Oreo-filled dessert bar!
Have a grand “Oreo Time” and have your picture taken, too with this cuddly bear and this gigantic Oreo!
The stage is all set!
But before everybody gets caught up in the fun of having their very own “Oreo Time”, we were all entertained first with an awesome program starting with a dance number by the Hyper Kids!
The Hyper Kids owning the stage!
The Far East Acrobats also performed to everyone’s amazement and delight.
The Far East Acrobats is a family acrobat troupe that was featured on Talentadong Pinoy. Family practices are how they enjoy their OT.
The event was hosted by the beautiful Lyn Ching-Pascual with her bubbly daughter, Gabby!
The mother-daughter hosting tandem was perfect for the launch!
To better understand what OT is all about, Oreo’s Brand Manager, Nano Betita explains:
“…We (Oreo) want to encourage Filipino families to spend more OT or Oreo Time so they can create more memorable moments.”
They even invited a psychologist, Professor Ochoa to talk about the importance of being together and spending quality time with your family.
Professor Ochoa gave 3 Physical & Cognitive Benefits:
1. Reduced health risks
2. Language development
3. Academic achievement
To make us feel (and realize) how fun and important family time is, most of the launch that afternoon was filled with games and activities for both parents and kids.
Puzzle time and my competitive mode is ON! Sadly, our team didn’t win but our team had fun!
During this event, Oreo announced its latest mission – to encourage families to spend more time together and to radically change the old meaning of OT by collecting a whopping 1 Million Oreo Time-Ins, which will be monitored via OreoTime.com.
You too can “time-in” and contribute to the mission of getting 1 Million “time-ins” by logging-in to www.oreotime.com and sharing your cute pictures, funny videos or even status messages of your family using your favorite social media platform. Simply use the hashtag #OreoTime when Tweeting, Instagraming or posting fun-filled OTs on Facebook.
To give you an example of my family’s very own Oreo Time, here’s a photo that I Instagram’d:
Sibling love over Oreo during the launch!
My “time-in” via OreoTime.com which is linked to my Twitter account as well.
My very own “time-in”!
If you ask me, every day spent with my family is good quality Oreo Time – even if it is just a casual stroll in the mall or hearing mass at the church near our neighborhood. But it’s all the more fun when there’s Oreo, of course. 😉
Devouring packs and packs of Oreo is always fun!
Nayon ng Kabataan is a home for children in need of special protection. They take in abandoned, neglected, and abused children to nurture them in a free, healthy, and developmental environment.