21 Years and Counting
Power Mac Center, an Apple partner, held its 21st anniversary last August 26, 2015 at the Fashion Walk, Greenbelt 5. Privileged to be invited, I witnessed how this company celebrates its years of sheer dedication to not just be an Apple retail leader but more importantly to be the Philippines’ “premium lifestyle brand”. Not limited to offering up-to-date Apple gadgets and accessories, this organization has partnered with local arts, music and gaming establishments to provide new avenues for artists, gamers, individuals who aim to build, to create, to express one’s self. And for this, Power Mac Center deserves a two thumbs up for establishing a company that is not just selling to consumers but one that offers what truly matter to people.
The Next Bright Spot
There is no resting on laurels for Power Mac Center. Despite what it has proven for 21 years, the company continues to innovate and to enter into “artful collaborations” for it to stay relevant. Hence, the event was not just to celebrate the company’s years of success but also to unveil a new milestone, the Spotlight.
Partnered with Ayala Land Inc., Power Mac Center Spotlight is the next bright spot venue where the arts, extravaganzas and any activities can be brought to life. With a capacity of 300 seats, flexible seating set-up, dynamic lights and sound equipment, this black box theater can house not just theater plays, comedy acts, acting workshops, art galleries but also corporate launches and private functions. As Lawrence Sison, Power Mac Center CEO, simply put, “this is a place that let anyone express himself”. Easily accessible at the heart of Circuit Makati, the Spotlight will surely be a go-to place at the “make it happen” city.
In September, the Spotlight opens with a theatrical extravaganza entitled “Chuva Choo Choo: The Mr Kupido Musical” to showcase the life work of Vehnee Saturno.
A Musical Treat
Icing on top of this event is the pleasure listening to varied musical genres. The occasion’s mood was set with an overture by the Manila Symphony Orchestra. As the program kicked off, the band Franco made the crowd amazed by using Apple products in their act. And definitely, the night will not end without a blast from the OPM’s pride, Urbandub.
Photos by RC Delos Reyes