Sunday, September 14, 2014

Domino's Pizza Promotion Launch Party

Hey everyone! How's your weekend so far? Hopefully all of you had a blast over the weekend. Especially with Manhunt 2014 just being over, some of you might still be head over heels over the contestants, but please control your hormones! So happy to see some of my friends brought home no empty handed. Their hard work sure paid off!

While some of you might went for man-hunting, I went for pizza hunting! I was over at Domino's for Double the Taste, Double the Fun launch party for their latest up and coming promotions. They just launched two promotions namely 2 Pizzas Deal and Double Delights.


I love this American pizza company because they have one of the widest range of pizza flavors with so many options to choose from - you will be spoilt for choice. Personally when I go online to make an order, I will spend a lot of time not because of slow system (its online ordering is the fastest and most comprehensive) but I spend a lot of time thinking of the best combination - because you are given six types of crusts to choose from, the sauces for the topping, and 20 over toppings to choose from. That is how personalized it can be!

This goes to only ensure that your pizza is actually made from scratch, and not pre-made and preserved and heated before order.

I only love the freshest by the way.


If you are feeling adventurous, you may try their Top Secret Sauce - it has this aromatic blend of creamy, cheesy flavor and a zest of garlic.

Speaking of online ordering, I like the fact that I can really closely monitor the whereabout of my order. If you have never ordered from Domino's Pizza - this is the best time to try out their online ordering and have a peace of mind. Domino's Pizza is the first international pizza company to adopt this system where you can see the status of your order - be it still in the oven, or is it on the way - you will get to know real time.

You can also ensure that your pizza will be delivered within 30 minutes or earlier, and 15 minute takeout guarantee. Fret not, any later you will be give a complimentary pizza.

So if you want to enjoy Domino's Pizza, especially over the weekend for slumber parties, birthdays, or even festivities like Eid, Christmas, Diwali, or Chinese New Year, you can make your order and be sure it will arrive earlier than your guests!

Some of you might ask if they have a Domino's app. Yes they do have it for iPhone called Domino's SG. They are still developing one for Android. 


So here's the latest promotion that you can use to enjoy such sumptuous and lavish delicacy - at a fraction of the price. 

Domino's Pizza currently introduces 2 Pizza Deal where you can order 2 regular pizza from only $22/-. With a half price slashdown, one can have a party with its All Time Favorite pizza range. No coupons needed for this ongoing promotion.

In addition to the pizza, they also have a promotion for their side dishes - Double Delights - ranging from $6/- for Onion Rings and Twisty Bread, to $15 for any 2 Tender Chicken.

If you have not tried Domino's Pizza, this is the best time to try really. I strongly recommend their best selling dessert, Hot Chocolate Lava Cake. It is chocolaty yet not too heavy. It's texture is a little bit like crème brûlée - hard on the outside, but soft and creamy in.

For those who hate greens, I would suggest Meatsaurus with cream sauce as topping and New York filled cheese crust. If you are going green, Very Veggie is very good.

I would consider Domino's Pizza as healthy calories because everything prepared by them are grilled and done in the oven. Nothing gets deep fried. Definitely a healthier way of eating pizza!

So, feel free to enjoy this promotion while it lasts! To order at its store, you can locate them in their official website.

www.dominos.com.sg

*All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars.

Credits to Domino's and The Influencer Network.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Seeds: Sowing Promises - SP Design School Opening Gala

If you ask any adult if they miss school, you will pretty much receive a homogenous answer - YES. When I was a kid, I had that thought too. Why would adults want to study? Why don't they like doing what they do in return for money? At that age, we think of our career independence as freedom. The liberty to do whatever you like, without having to 'fulfil' anyone's expectations.

And as we grew up, we unconsciously echoed what our elders had said before.
But now, the table has turned!

And as we grew up, we unconsciously echoed what our elders had said before - yes, we do miss school!

Last night I am really elated to revisit the place I called my second home - Singapore Polytechnic. I was really thrilled to see how much my alma mater has grown from its humble beginning. Sixty years and counting!


At the inaugural event Seeds: Sowing Promises, Singapore Polytechnic Design School (SD) presents its new design school building that embodies the spirit of the Design School: to experiment, collaborate and document. Envisaged as a Living Incubator where design pedagogy is realised through its spaces houses its 4 diplomas. Namely, the Diploma in Interior Design (DID), Diploma in Visual Communications and Media Design (DVMD), Diploma in Games Design and Development (DGDD) and Diploma in Experience and Product Design (DXPD).



The all-white building has a green wall feature that will serve as a shade to cool the building. On top of that, more spaces have been accommodated to cater exhibits which were curated by design students as part of their final year project, and in-residence designers. This is in momentum with the avant garde and futuristic design of the building.


The entire exhibition is entitled Seeds: Sowing Promises. The notion of planting, possibilities, growing, blossoming, coming to fruition and harvesting is extended into the 13 experiential exhibitions on showcase.


To celebrate its new school building, it brought together industry, alumni, students and lecturers together by converting the BCA Platinum Green Mark building into a perfect homecoming where invited alumni were hosted with sumptuous dinner at the rooftop. The opening was not short of entertainment. It was opened by performances by campus-grown artists on the new outdoor entertainment space where students have an avenue to express themselves through arts while being given more exposure from walkways aside from designed tiered seating.


I've got to say I am really proud to be an alumni of such reputable and renowned campus. While some of you may not have the opportunity or the means to study here, I've got to say some sacrifices are worth being made. Therefore to all O-Level students who will be sitting on the hot seat soon, I wish you all the best!