Jollitown Promotes Filipino Values on its 5th Season

To highlight and impart the importance of Filipino values to all children of all ages, the magical neighborhood of Jollitown opens its gates for the fifth time to share more exciting adventures to its fans and followers. And this time, the gang of Jollibee, Yum, Popo, Hetty, and Twirlie will take us on a tour around the country, promoting its beauty too, to find the stolen crystals of values.

Held at the Rockwell Tent in Makati, Jollibee and friends treated numerous fans to a day of island-hopping and fun expeditions that showcased the wonders and beauty of the Philippines. And with a live music band adding more hooray for this most anticipated season, Jollibee and friends also treated their guests to a sumptuous "Langhap-Sarap" meals.

Members of the media and their kids got to enjoy exciting game too that the team had prepared both for parents and kids to enjoy.  Through the unique games that taught them different Filipino values, from bravery, to love for the environment and sweetness, kids get to take home some sweet souvenir gifts from Jollibee himself.

The event’s highlights was the screening of the pilot episode of the season 5, where they also introduced the new characters of the show. The villainous Virus Elvira has gotten hold of the precious Crystals of Values, putting the values in the universe in danger. And it is up to Jollibee and friends to search for the crystals and bring them back to safety before Elvira destroys them. Their quest brings them to the Philippines’ most beautiful provinces that embody the different values represented by the crystals. 

Capping off the day of adventure and merriment, the kids joined the talented crew of Jollibee, Popo, Hetty, Twirlie, and Yum in a special train dance around the Rockwell Tent!

So, kids and kids-at-heart, starting this Sunday, July 22nd, you can now again watch your favorite Jollibee and friends on their adventure-filled quests in Jollitown season 5. This will  airing on ABS-CBN every Sunday at 9:00 in the morning!

I love Hetty!

Bee happy! :-)

1 comment

maan said...

nice one! :-D i really hope the show can help kids today go back to the pinoy values that were taught to us by our parents and grandparents.