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Discount Sale at Island City Mall (ICM)

By Ariel Fullido
Press Release

The big sale is back!
It's a great shopping adventure with savings galore as Island City Mall will hold a 3-Day Sale on September 19, 20, and 21, where up to 50% discount will be given away on great selections at the Home & Fashion Department and tenant shops.

During the sale, the mall is open until 12 midnight on September 20, Saturday, featuring Viva Hotbabe and one of the country's hottest sexy stars, Katya Santos, at the Activity Center at 8 PM. The event is presented by Viva Video, in cooperation with Bohol Tropics, Grand Luis Lodge in Mariveles, Dauis, and Rai-Rai Ken.

Other events during the 3-Day Sale include: September 19 (Friday) – 9th Provincial Tourism Quiz at the Activity Center and Sunnex Cooking Demo with Celebrity Chef Tristan Encarnacion of GMA-7's "Unang Hirit" at the Foodwalk, from 1 PM to 5 PM; September 20 (Saturday) – Denim Fashion Show at 3 PM and Kids Quest Grand Finals at 5 PM, both at the Activity Center; and September 21 (Sunday) – "Cheers & Moves: Level Up" Cheerdance Competition Grand Showdown at 2 PM and Mossimo Fashion Show with Brownbuds at 4 PM, both at the Activity Center.  
               
 A certified sex symbol, Katya Santos is one of the original elite sexy members of the Viva Hot Babes. She started her career on the Philippine television series "Ang TV" and "Oki Doki Doc" at the age of 13, and went on to star in a number of sizzling movies such as "Radyo," "Sexdrive," "Keka," and many more. 

Katya also releases a number of sizzling videoke CDs and DVDs through her "Wet, Wild, and Kinky" album, and promotes other singles such as "Basketbol" and "Bulaklak." Her voluptuous bodies also graced numerous men's magazines, including FHM and Hot Stuff. She was Tanduay's official calendar girl in 2004. Katya also starred in the boob tube playing the role of Morita Ponce in the TV adaptation of "Hiram na Mukha." 

When not busy, Katya keeps her hands full managing her pizza parlor business, along with her non-showbiz boyfriend. 

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