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Media reports: Kuya Daniel Razon leads benefit game

10/01/2009
Watching a basketball game is a form of relaxation to Filipinos. It brings mood of happiness and fun! Kuya Daniel Razon made another step of encouraging his fans and advocates in taking part of sincere Public Service. PBA’s Pre-season transpired for a common goal that is to support Isang Araw Lang Campaign’s FREE College education program.
Quoting some reports for the said event –
Respected broadcast journalist Daniel Razon spearheaded a benefit basketball game at the Cuneta Astrodome on Sept. 25. The pre-conference game was part of the “Isang Araw Lang” campaign. Alaska Aces, the Coca-Cola Tigers, and several PBA All-Star household names including Asi Taulava played. The Aces trumped the Tigers, 100-97. Prior to this, UNTV 37’s Barangay Hoopsters showcased their skills in an exhibition match against select organization leaders. Razon, who is currently promoting his film “Isang Araw Lang,” received a standing ovation upon rendering a speech and in awarding the teams with plaques of appreciation. “We thank the Lord for giving us another opportunity to be instruments of goodwill to our fellowmen who need help, and we hope that you will continue supporting the ‘Isang Araw Lang’ campaign,’ said Razon.
(Manila Bulletin: Daniel Razon leads benefit game, October 1, 2009, 7:04pm)
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PBA’s hoop on Isang Araw Lang Despite Typhoon Ondoy’s impending storm threat, basketball fans queued up in Cuneta Astrodome’s ticket terminals September 25, making it a red-letter day both for sports and public service history. As part of his continuous ‘Isang Araw Lang’ campaign, Mr. Public Service Kuya Daniel Razon revved up a one-of-a-kind basketball game for both the young and the not-so-young. Non-basketball fans became instant aficionados after experiencing the intense courtside action inside Pasay’s famed dome. The Alaska Aces and the Coca-Cola Tigers hooped the night with one heart-pounding game featuring PBA All-Star household names, who held their audience’s breath in a play-for-a-cause for free college education. Coaches Tim Cone and Kenneth Duremdes lashed out their styles as both teams batted it out in the fun-filled PBA pre-conference game.
(PBA’s hoop on Isang Araw Lang, September 28, 2009)
“Don’t be just a spectator. A fan who watches a basketball game feels the need of his team to win the game, only if his heart is really into it.” – Kuya Daniel Razon
Let us support every project that Mr. Public Service spearheads!Watching a basketball game is a form of relaxation to Filipinos. It brings mood of happiness and fun!

Realizing this, Kuya Daniel Razon, for his part,  encourages his fans and supporters to support a benefit basketball game as part of his public service advocacy.

Celebrity players from Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) join hands to support one of Kuya Daniel Razon’s Isang Araw Lang projects for graduating yet deserving high school students.

Manila Bulletin’s report states –

Respected broadcast journalist Daniel Razon spearheaded a benefit basketball game at the Cuneta Astrodome on Sept. 25.

The pre-conference game was part of the “Isang Araw Lang” campaign. Alaska Aces, the Coca-Cola Tigers, and several PBA All-Star household names including Asi Taulava played.

The Aces trumped the Tigers, 100-97. Prior to this, UNTV 37’s Barangay Hoopsters showcased their skills in an exhibition match against select organization leaders.

Razon, who is currently promoting his film “Isang Araw Lang,” received a standing ovation upon rendering a speech and in awarding the teams with plaques of appreciation.

“We thank the Lord for giving us another opportunity to be instruments of goodwill to our fellowmen who need help, and we hope that you will continue supporting the ‘Isang Araw Lang’ campaign,’ said Razon.

(Manila Bulletin: Daniel Razon leads benefit game, October 1, 2009, 7:04pm) More…

Despite Typhoon Ondoy’s impending storm threat, basketball fans queued up in Cuneta Astrodome’s ticket terminals September 25, making it a red-letter day both for sports and public service history.

As part of his continuous ‘Isang Araw Lang’ campaign, Mr. Public Service Kuya Daniel Razon revved up a one-of-a-kind basketball game for both the young and the not-so-young. Non-basketball fans became instant aficionados after experiencing the intense courtside action inside Pasay’s famed dome.

The Alaska Aces and the Coca-Cola Tigers hooped the night with one heart-pounding game featuring PBA All-Star household names, who held their audience’s breath in a play-for-a-cause for free college education. Coaches Tim Cone and Kenneth Duremdes lashed out their styles as both teams batted it out in the fun-filled PBA pre-conference game.

(PBA’s hoop on Isang Araw Lang, September 28, 2009) More…

Daily Tribune reports,

The humanitarian project “Isang Araw Lang” of UNTV host Daniel Razon has found a new ally in the Philippine Basketball Association or PBA, which pledged funding through an invitational basketball exhibition game featuring the Coca-Cola Tigers and the Alaska Aces team on Sept. 25 at the historic Cuneta Astrodome.

The game included exciting matches between young amateur basketball teams (Barangay Hoopsters) and youth players handpicked from the best players of Metro Manila. As the title connotes supporting education, funds will help sustain the free college education project currently launched by the Kamanggagawa Foundation Inc. or KFI, which is receiving support through Razon’s “Isang Araw Lang” project, which emphasizes on helping fellowmen by contributing to the development of Philippine society one day at a time.

(Daily Tribune: Basketball for education, October 9, 2009) More…

“Don’t be just a spectator. A fan who watches a basketball game feels the need of his team to win the game, only if his heart is really into it.” – Kuya Daniel Razon

Let us support every project that Mr. Public Service spearheads!

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