Monday, December 24, 2018

Making Reunions REAL Again

Rainbow Pasta
Get the recipe here


Filipinos are all about family. The mandatory family reunion happens not just once or twice a year, but every chance possible. From Birthdays to graduations all the way to the grand Christmas reunion, family gatherings are always filled with food, catching up, and loads of wholesome family fun.

However, it's quite noticeable to see many changes in traditional family dynamics — from a simple meal to dance numbers by the grandkids. Families are reaching out to friends and relatives abroad through technology. While technology can be used to connect people, it can also become a wall between family members.


Have you ever felt so ignored at a family event when walked into a room and everyone was hooked on their gadgets? It's saddening that this reality has become the new norm. The simple act of truly connecting has become a valuable commodity that needs to be safeguarded by everyone in the family.


This Holiday season, a brand has decided to take action to advocate for real connections. It’s not asking you to completely give up your created social media life but to at least save the dining table from it — to keep shared family moments Real again. Check the facebook link below to see the touching video.

https://www.facebook.com/iloveelreal/videos/2280899115524105

El Real is a pasta brand that plans to espouse this habit of safeguarding the dining moment from gadget distraction. As a beloved family brand, El Real will position itself as the champion for Real Family moments. The brand focuses on a typical family where we see the journey from the time the kids are growing to present time in order to dramatize the big shift in the way things are. The absence of technology encourages real bonding between siblings and their mother while in the present, gadgets have isolated each one from the intended bonding that should happen during the family reunion.



I sincerely applaud El Real for coming up with this advocacy, as it not only positioned itself as a brand El Real, it puts purpose to a very familiar product: pasta and sauce, as well.  Spaghetti and Macaroni being a staple in most Filipino gathering, can remind us that there is so much for us to share with everyone and that each enjoyable moment is an opportunity to create real moments. The plan is to launch the advocacy campaign this holiday season by using the traditional Christmas reunion but eventually to progress to other family bonding moments. Here we are faced with an opportunity to create new traditions, which will reflect each family’s desire to have a more real meaningful connection that’s free from any distractions.

This is just the beginning for El Real in its pursuit to make real relevance to Filipino families. Let’s start creating Real Moments with El Real.

Make REAL moments this Holiday Season.

#REALunion #Realmoments

For more details, like and Follow El Real’s Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/iloveelreal/

Click the link to watch the first video:https://www.facebook.com/iloveelreal/posts/2100433859995752


1 comment:

  1. Hair wigs of all kinds have been worn throughout eons of the clip in hair extensions. They have been worn by many different people of many different cultures all over the world. As a matter of fact, it has been noted that brazilian virgin hair have been worn from ancient times. Royalty, of course, the best-known of these individuals being Queen Elizabeth I, commonly wore elaborate lace front wigs uk. Queen Elizabeth's wigs have become well known and have remained quite memorable - but she was not alone. Virtually all of the elite wore lace wigs uk or elaborate hairstyles during this time. As a matter of fact, both men and women still do wear full, decorative lace wigs uk at times in Rome, England, and elsewhere. Hairpieces were also very popular among the elite for luxurious hair styles. In the history of theatre there are many, many kinds of costume wigs, especially because in earlier times women were not allowed to perform on stage.

    ReplyDelete

I would love to hear your thoughts on my post, care for a comment?