Oakridge Pavilion joins Kasalang Filipino
Oakridge Pavilion is, once again, ready to offer great deals such as a 20% discount from the venue’s total renting fee upon booking and contract signing during the 2013 Kasalang Filipino Exhibit happening in Ayala Center Cebu Activity Area from November 15 to 17.
Through the years, the Kasalang Filipino exhibit has been an invaluable resource to couples who are planning for their big day. This year, the exhibit is made all the more special with the participation of the Oakridge Pavilion.
The Oakridge Pavilion is a 1,200 square-meter permanent tent structure with expansive grounds, wide interiors, high-vaulted ceilings, and lined with white satin drapery which make the interiors versatile and easily transformable into any desired setting.
Scores of built-in features such as an air-conditioned foyer, well-appointed restrooms and ample parking space ensure all guests’ comfort, luxury and ease while attending an event. It is an ideal venue for intimate gatherings like weddings, birthdays and family milestone celebrations, but is also able to cater to big corporate events as well.
The Events Lounge is another amenity of the Oakridge Pavilion that offers an intimate set-up ideal for pre-reception touch-ups, or as a VIP-lounge, complete with WiFi access, cable TV, coffee and tea service, and it comes free with any event booked at the Oakridge Pavilion.
You’d be hard pressed to find a more ideal venue in the city, so do drop by Booth No. 3 at the 2013 Kasalang Filipino exhibit, and discover more ways to celebrate, in style, at the Oakridge Pavilion.
The Oakridge Pavilion is located within the Oakridge Business Park, along A.S. Fortuna Street, Banilad, Mandaue City. For inquiries, contact +63-32-3433820, +63-32-3180547 or email us at [email protected] You may also visit our website at www.oakridge.com.ph. (PR)
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