The stories are in, it’s your time to vote

Cobra Pinoy Heroes Awards 2013 calls Pinoys to vote

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MANILA, Philippines—Exceptional Filipino heroic stories have been gathered, with over 1,300 entries submitted all over the country through online and on-ground submission.  And now, Cobra Energy Drink invites the nation to take part in the decision-making by casting their votes on which they deem are the best and most inspiring Pinoy hero stories.

From August 5 to 16, Filipinos can vote for their favorite Pinoy Heroes stories either virtually by visiting www.facebook.com/CobraPhilippines.

“Now on its second year, the Cobra Pinoy Hero Awards is the brand’s way of recognizing the hero potential of every Filipino” says Jef Mendoza, Senior Brand Manager of Cobra Energy Drink. “I am just amazed with how ordinary people can go beyond their call of duty or overcome seemingly insurmountable circumstances.”

The entries received will be shortlisted to the top 3 most inspiring and compelling stories per category, which are: Work Force, Youth, Service, and Modern-Day Heroes. These stories will then be showcased at the Hall of Heroes in the Cobra Facebook page.

To read the list of stories per region, which will help you decide on whose stories should make it to the Hall of Fame, you may visit www.facebook.com/cobraPhilippines and click the Pinoy Heroes Awards app. These stories can also be shared on Facebook and Twitter to help garner more votes.

The 2013 Cobra Pinoy Heroes Awards has bigger prizes in store, with P150,000 for the 4 grand prize winners and P50,000 for special awards. Announcement of winners will be on August 28.

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  • UrHONOR

    BENHUR LUY is way up there in the list. If not for his courage, the PORK SCAM would not have been exposed. Dapat ay sabitan ito ng medalya ng WATAWAT ng lahi.

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