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March 12, 2012
Ms. Bernadette Shanessa J. Salvador
Jollibee Store Office In-Charge
La Thessa Foods,Inc.
Jollibee Asturias

Dear Madame Bernadette Shanessa J. Salvador:

Limitless Creations Inc., 3Comm-Arts3’s official Theater Guild, Faculty of Arts and Letters, University of Santo Tomas, as part of the guild’s thrust to promote theater as an alternative educational tool for the people inside and outside the university; we will be staging our 1st Minor Production for this academic year 2011 – 2012.

“Pulang Tela” written by Jayvee Jumaquio and Kathryn Caday, is a play to be directed by Kym Manuel produced by Anna Rosero to be staged this March 14, 2012. Time slots will be 10am, 1pm , 3pm and 5pm at the Multi-purpose hall Tan Yan Kee Student Center of the University of Santo Tomas.

However, to ensure the success of this production, we would like to seek your grace and support by way of an advertising placement or sponsorship to succor our limited capabilities as a non-profit, self-funding organization. Attached are the Terms and Conditions of the proposal, as well as the Production Information for your perusal. Should there be any questions, clarifications or concerns regarding rates, demands and interests, please feel free to contact:

09175140052
Ysabel Nacorda
(Marketing Head)

We are hoping for your most favorable response on this matter and we are looking forward to having you as part of the production. Thank you for your time and may God bless you!

Respectfully yours,

Dana Singson,
Assistant Production Manager
Pulang Tela
Limitless Creations Inc., UST
09151079991

PRODUCTION INFORMATION

Title: | PULANG TELA | Playwright/s: | JAYVEE JUMAQUIO, KATHRYN CADAY | Date of Performances | MARCH 14, 2012 | Time Slots: | 10:00AM, 1:00PM, 3:00 PM and 5:00PM | Venue: | MULTI-PURPOSE HALL TAN YAN KEE STUDENT…...

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