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Alumni Affairs hatches New Relationships
June 05,2018

 

Last February 28, 2018, the Alumni Affairs Office of Our Lady of Fatima University (OLFU-AAO) officially welcomed a new partner for the Alumni Card. The Barn by Tipsy Pig, a restaurant bar located at the UP Town Center, signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) through its President, Kristofferson Gonzales and Marketing Associate Christella Alcabasa, along with OLFU-AAO Director Robert Bjorn Santos and Alumni Affairs Officer Michael Yosa.

 

Furthermore, on May 10, 2018, two additional partners also signed MOA’s, namely, Dohtonbori Philippines and Il Padrino Caffe and Ristorante. Dohtonbori’s representatives, Operations Manager Mari Baltazar and Store Manager Dianne Diño formalized the tie-up at SM Fairview. On the other hand, Il Padrino Caffe and Ristorante’s Branch Manager Orlan Odoño and Branch Supervisor Teresa Diaz signed the MOA at Ayala Fairview Terraces. Both MOA’s were formalized together with officials of the OLFU-AAO.

 

 

The contract entitles OLFU Alumni card holders to the following perks;

 

The Barn by Tipsy Pig at the UP Town Center offers a 10% discount on the total bill. It also gives a 10% discount and exclusive promos on private functions and events. This special offer is extended to OLFU alumni, students and FUMC and OLFU employees.

Dohtonbori with branches at SM City Fairview, UP Town Center, and SM Mall of Asia, gives a 15% discount, applicable up to a maximum purchase of Php 500.00 only. There is no minimum purchase amount. This is open to all OLFU alumni, students and employees, as well as the employees of Fatima University Medical Center (FUMC).

Il Padrino Caffe and Ristorante of Ayala Fairview Terraces provides a 15% discount on dine-in and take-out purchases to OLFU alumni, students, employees, and FUMC employees, too.

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