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THREE COUPLES— Sigrid Ganaden and Agapito Jess “AJ” Inocentes, Charity Casulla and Marc Darius Cacho, and Genev Rodriguez and Janmark Garcia together with Mike Buenaventura (3rd from left) and Ray Lozon (right), pilots of Omni Aviation Corp.—a premier fixed based operator and aviation training center located in the Clark Freeport Zone. ARNOLD ALMACEN
AJ and Sigrid strike a pose for the lense. Let's see that smile AJ.
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Patok sa takilya! A line forms slowly but surely on the Inquirer's booth during the Hot Air Balloon Fiesta.
No, it's not an "I'm Lost" poster; The Inquirer advertise their wares in a *ahem* rather traditional way.
One for Posterity! Promo winners together with the marketing staff of Philippine Daily Inquirer, Libre and Bandera. Job well done guys!
A-OK! Co-pilot for the flight Charity Gee gives us the thumbs up!
preparing for take-off; the Cessna rattles off the air-strip with the lucky lovers in its belly
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