By Roxanne Joyce Malabanan |Foodfindsasia
Christmas has just been made merrier with Krispy Kreme treats. Krispy Kreme has always encouraged sharing the sweet taste of life. It has been their honored tradition to bring joy to others by celebrating the value of sharing during Christmas season; not only by serving the tastiest treats but by inspiring people to be creative as a part of sharing. This Christmas season, Krispy Kreme proudly held a special activity in order to create memorable experiences for everyone. To start the activity and encourage artistry Ms. Sharon T. Fuentebella, Chairman of Max’s Group Inc. (MGI), gave a brief background of the event. In addition to that, Mr. Jim T. Fuentebella, MGI Director, shared the importance and impact that the arts have. Lastly, Ms. Ariane Martinez-Valinton, Senior Marketing Manager of Krispy Kreme, explain the mechanics of the Crafty Christmas.
Inviting customers to personalize their own Krispy Kreme tin cans, this activity encourages the Crafty Christmas participants to create and share their unique ideas using their tin cans. Thus, give them the opportunity to express their take on the spirit of the holidays. The creator of the best decorated tin can will be awarded with a year’s supply of Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
To further inspire the participants, artist Kerby Rosanes shared his creativity by live-doodling on a giant Krispy Kreme tin can. This made a big impression to the customers and everyone out there.
Famous artists Leeroy New and Olivia D’Aboville also exhibited their specially decorated tin cans that embody the Yuletides to show their support for the arts education.
The proceeds of the Crafty Christmas activity will be dedicated to the creation of a art room at Catmon Integrated School in Malabon. This is intended to encourage and support the children’s passion for art and express their inner artists. With this Krispy Kreme has indeed given a gift worth for you and your loved ones to share. Once again, Krispy Kreme never failed to bring sweet joy to everyone.