’POWER’ WINS. Ateneo de Davao University’s (AdDU) video entry titled ‘Power’ was the unanimous winner in Davao Light’s video-making contest this year with the theme “Electricity and its impact to the millennials”. (L-R): Davao Light Reputation Enhancement Manager Fermin Edillon, AdDU students Lyen Yap and Diego Borromeo, Davao Light Assistant Vice President for Reputation Enhancement Rossano Luga, and Commission on Higher Education Education Supervisor Dr. Cesar A. Adegue.
’POWER’ WINS. Ateneo de Davao University’s (AdDU) video entry titled ‘Power’ was the unanimous winner in Davao Light’s video-making contest this year with the theme “Electricity and its impact to the millennials”. (L-R): Davao Light Reputation Enhancement Manager Fermin Edillon, AdDU students Lyen Yap and Diego Borromeo, Davao Light Assistant Vice President for Reputation Enhancement Rossano Luga, and Commission on Higher Education Education Supervisor Dr. Cesar A. Adegue.

Power

Electricity and its impact to the millennials

Addressing the power this generation beholds, Davao Light has launched its third annual video-making contest with the theme: “Electricity and its impact to the millennials”.

For the whole month of August, the contest accumulated 41 video entries from different schools within Davao Light’s franchise. All were in hopes to win the prizes at stake: PHP35,000 for the 1st Placer, PHP25,000 for the 2nd Placer and PHP15,000 for the 3rd Placer.

Last September 15, the top three winners were announced at the SM City Davao. Ateneo de Davao University’s (AdDU) “Power” won the first place. The second placer is University of Mindanao’s “Gabay” and another entry from AdDU entitled “Kuya” won the third place.

There were also other special awards given. Davao Medical School Foundation’s “Dark Light” took the Best Actor award while AdDU’s “Ang Kwento ni Noon at Ngayon” took the Best Actress award.

An award was also given to the top three creative posters. AdDU’s “Power” bagged the first place for this one. Second best poster was awarded to St. Dominic Savio Business & Technical College Inc.’s “Ëxtraordinary Things”. The third place was given to another entry from AdDU entitled “Memories”.

Aside from the schools mentioned above, students from the Davao del Norte State College, Holy Cross of Davao College, Christian Colleges of Southeast Asia, University of Southeastern Philippines, St. John Paul II College of Davao, and Jose Maria College also submitted their respective entries.

Bienamer Garcia and Jose Mendoza, AboitizPower’s VP for Customer Services in Distribution Business Group and AVP for Business Attraction respectively; Judd Salas, Aboitiz Equity Ventures AVP for InvestorRelations; and local film critic Jay Rosas pre- judged the students’ entries.