I Support BAYO

I Support BAYO

I promised myself to support local brands, and I’m doing that for a few years now. Local brands are still expensive though, but not as much as the branded, imported ones. You can buy a top for less than 500 pesos and it is already nice and fashionable. I used to buy branded and imported clothes before like Levis, but it is so expensive and the designs are just so simple. Though I cannot question it’s durability because it is really durable, but the designs are quiet boring.

Of all the local brands available in the market, I like the style, quality, colors and durability of Bayo. They have a wide variety of selections like tops, bottoms, dresses, accessories, and swimsuits. They also have a clothing line for kids called Kids of Bayo but unfortunately, it is not available here in our place. I’m pretty sure I will also regularly buy stuff for Jillian.

I own more than 50 pieces from the day I started to support this brand. I bought tops, skirts, blazers, cardigans and dresses. I haven’t bought any bottoms  because of my size and body proportion that I cannot fit exactly medium size (too tight) or large size (too loose). After a few months of wearing my clothes, I set it aside for my future bazaar of pre-owned items. Every time I do it, people really buy because they know that Bayo is really of good quality.

I also like their models/endorsers but I really loved it last years ago when Barbie Almalbis and Kitchie Nadal, two of the most famous local artists, were their models/endorsers. It was just so perfect!





I also got my Bayo Style/Membership/Discount Card already and it has been with me for years. Well, after I was qualified to become a cardholder, I immediately enjoyed all the benefits in Bayo Tagum  and other branches nationwide. I have  10% discount on all regular items all the time.


Do you like Bayo? Do you want to have this card? Visit your nearest Bayo branch now and inquire. Bayo Tagum is located at the Davao Central Warehouse Building, Apokon, Tagum City.

Mystery Shopper

Mystery Shopper

I signed up in Helion to become a mystery shopper. Actually, I just signed up because as I browsed the available assignments or jobs, Davao City was included in the areas for evaluation. I signed up several months ago but last Wednesday, I received an email that Marks & Spencer in SM Lanang and Abreeza Mall needs to be evaluated and I am one of the chosen applicants to do it. Of course, I agreed right away. I was so excited and nervous. It will be my first time to do this kind of job, even though I heard about it for many times already.

What is mystery shopping? Mystery shopping or a mystery consumer is a tool used externally by market research companies, watchdog organizations, or internally by companies themselves to measure quality of service, or compliance with regulation, or to gather specific information about products and services. The mystery consumer’s specific identity and purpose is generally not known by the establishment being evaluated. Mystery shoppers perform specific tasks such as purchasing a product, asking questions, registering complaints or behaving in a certain way, and then provide detailed reports or feedback about their experiences. (From Wikipedia)

So came the day. I brought Jillian along with me so that I can have an accomplice. We went first to SM Lanang and did my task. I checked and evaluated the things that need to be checked and evaluated. I bought hand wipes and peppermint spray for the non-food and chocolate bar and jelly beans for the food. In Abreeza Mall, I bought a panty for the non-food and chocolate bars for the food.

BUla7PiCUAITJVY BUlbB2aCAAAcPwK BUlZR0FCQAESlmW BUlZuyiCEAAILmW BUm6On5CQAEygKDThe items I purchased will be reimbursed by Helion, but every department has a limit. For the food, it should not exceed 5 Euros or about 290 Pesos. For the non-food, it is also 5 Euros or 290 Pesos. This is such a winner since I can keep the items and the expenses will be reimbursed. In the case of chocolates, we have already eaten it. And the much winner scenario is, I have a new panty. The payment for each visit is 7 Euros or around 407 Pesos. I am paid, I have the items, I am reimbursed!


When I arrived home, I immediately answered the questionnaires and submitted it to Helion. After an hour or two, I received an email that what I did was good and here is my score:
UntitledI am hoping to have more tasks from Helion soon. I also hope to have more assignments located in Davao Region sooner. This is such an exciting and fun adventure for me.