Once again, Santa’s Attic: A Christmas Bazaar brought the Christmas spirit to Glorietta. It’s the Christmas season once again! Santa’s Attic opened its doors at the Glorietta 5 Atrium last December 17 and 18 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. With various stalls selling a wide selection of merchandise, it was a treat for the entire family. Each stall was arranged just the right way for the shoppers to find what they want at the pace that they want.
The fun doesn’t just end in shopping, as there were games and giveaways. Special performances from Joshe Tiu, Pugfish, Bella Gonzales, the Majam sisters, and Crimson and Cosmic brought warm tunes and made the entire event more festive and cozy. Between the colorful merchandise and the exciting activities, there was never a dull moment for this year’s Christmas shopping experience.
“Beyond just being a fundraising project, Santa’s Attic was able to bring together the members of Celadon and their families, and that, in itself, brought the project’s success,” shared Vipp Mendoza, one of the project heads of Santa’s Attic.
Irish Tolentino, Celadon’s Vice President for Financial Affairs, expressed how memorable the event was for the core team and how the activities prepared for the event were fun. “[I] loved that we made a Facebook live about the concessionaires and had a drinking game up on stage. The Majam sisters were one of the most memorable performances. They were really great, and they even sang their own original, ‘Checkmate’,” Irish shared.
Celadon brought in the Christmas cheer with Santa’s Attic: A Christmas Bazaar, a variety of concessionaire stalls and entertainment for everybody. With the efforts of the Celadon team and the concessionaires, the event was considered a great success for customers and staff alike.
Santa’s Attic was made possible with the support of its sponsors, including Ayala Malls, Glorietta, PLDT, Timezone, Uber, Businessworld, When in Manila, Click the City, Rappler, Dove, Chinoy TV, Chinatown TV, Hershel, Creamsilk/Sunsilk.
Watch Ateneo Celadon’s official coverage of Santa’s Attic here:
Written by Matthew Chua.
Photos by Joshua Cheng.