Chooks-to-Go, the country’s largest roasted chicken chain, recently supported an arts festival organized by graduating students of Assumption Antipolo.
The event, dubbed as Pahimakas, showcased different art activities—from spoken poetry to painting sessions and other various arts workshops. Known as the batch’s legacy event, it is a way of expressing the students’ gratitude and giving back to the school, which was their second home for the past years. Proceeds of the event will go to the improvement of the school facilities through the installation of solar panels.
Activities, which were enjoyed by students and guests alike, included outdoor indie film showing; calligraphy and hand lettering; and painting session care of Sip & Gogh. The students also showed their own talents through spoken word poetry and live band performances that celebrated local music and talent in the industry.
The overall artsy theme of the event catered to young students and adults alike in stimulating one’s creativity and passion for the arts. Chooks-to-Go, which is a product of innovation and ingenuity, has always believed that it is in this kind of activities that young entrepreneurs realize their interests and inclinations.