This year’s election campaign was a mixture of love and hate. We’ve seen how Filipinos defended their bets until the end.
During the height of election campaign last year, bakeshop owner Eliaquim Labang, promised to give away P5 million worth of cakes for free if Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte wins the 2016 presidential elections.
“Pag manalo si Duterte manok nyo guys, gagawa ako ng maraming cakes pinakamasarap sa cakes sa Pilipinas worth 5 Milyon para ipakain for free siguraduhin nyo lang manalo siya. Mark my word..,” said Labang on his post dated November 2015.
As fate would have it, Duterte wins the presidential elections and being true to his words, he said he will fulfill his promise “so long as Duterte will also deliver his promise to solve criminality in 3-6 months.”
On his Facebook post last Monday, Quim’s Cake showed that they were true to their word by letting 50 people get to their cakes every 1st and 15th of the month starting July until December 2016.
Chef Labang and owner of Quim’s bakeshop
Here’s the catch, you must “Like” Quim’s Facebook page and send reservations via e-mail before claiming the cake.
To celebrate a clean and free elections and in honor of our new leaders, we stay true to our promise of
sampling 5 million worth of cakes to in scheduled batches. You have to like our FB page and reserve a slot by sending us your name, age, address and contact number at email@example.com.
Sampling will be done in our shop at 38 Tomas Morato QC. With the following schedules from 3-5pm only:
JULY 1 – First 50 pax to register
JULY 15 – First 50 pax to register
AUGUST 1 – First 50 pax to register
AUGUST 15 – First 50 pax to register
SEPTEMBER 1 – First 50 pax to register
SEPTEMBER 15 – First 50 pax to register
OCTOBER 1 – First 50 pax to register
OCTOBER 15 – First 50 pax to register
NOVEMBER 3 – First 50 pax to register
NOVEMBER 15 – First 50 pax to register
DECEMBER 1 – First 50 pax to register
Schedules to be continued in 2017…
My this usher in the promise of a brand new Philippines.
Thank you and see you at Quim’s Cake!
Obviously, the post has gone viral but even though it did, people were skeptical about it as any business would hurt should they shell out P5 million worth of cakes.
Meantime, others suggested giving the cakes to unfortunate people would be a great idea.
Nevertheless, he kept his word.
So, what do you think of his gesture? Do you think he could cope with the P5 million worth of cakes?