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Mang Inasal holds off placement in Willing Willie

Letter sent to Mr Froilan Grate Of Para kay Jan-Jan Facebook.

Dear Mr. Grate,

Thank you for your inquiry. For perspective, Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich and Red Ribbon do not have ad placements in the Willing Willie program. Mang Inasal will be holding off placements within the week. We are aware of the issues and the various sentiments raised regarding the Willing Willie program “Janjan” incident last March 12, 2011. We are monitoring this closely and we are awaiting the results of the network’s investigation.

Rest assured that the JFC group remains committed to upholding the welfare of children. We trust that the appropriate and expert institutions will also respond and look into this matter with urgency. Like you, we are also hoping for a quick and rightful resolution of this matter.

Thank you for your concern.

Sincerely,

Pauline Lao

Corporate Media –
Jollibee Foods Corporation

Willing Willie advertisers and sponsors, are you proud of Willie Revillame? Tell us what you think about the MTRCB and DSWD statements on the complaints on Willing Willie. Is it a good thing to be supporting his show?

list is not complete
# Cebuana Lhuillier
# CDO Karne Norte
# Pepsodent
# Islander Sandals
# Camella – A Vista Land Company
…# Cignal HD
# Pau Liniment
# Smart Wireless Telecom Inc.
# Belo Medical Group
# Oishi
# Vaseline
# Bench Daily Scent
# Bench Wil Cologne
# Wil Tower Mall
# Techno Marine
# Surf
# UFC Ketchup
# Smart C Juice Drink
# Foton Motor

P&G’s Head & Shoulders

UFC Cook & Dip Catsup

Oishi Cookies

Smart C Drinks

Jollibee’s Mang Inasal

Unilever’s Rexona

Pepsodent

Vaseline

Surf Liquid Detergent

Glutamax Face Cream

Pau Liniment

Yakult

CDO Funtastyk Young Pork Tocino

Technomarine

Will Tower Mall

Daily Spell fragrance

Wil Cologne

Protec-Cee

Foton Automobile

Manny Villar’s Camella Homes

Cebuana lhuiller

Personally, I am not asking for a boycott. Someone in Facebook wrote this

A Manifesto for Willing Willie Advertisers

by Dennis Garcia on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 at 7:19am

Dear Advertisers on WIlling Willie

(P&G’s Head & Shoulders

UFC Cook & Dip Catsup

Oishi Cookies

Smart C Drinks

Jollibee’s Mang Inasal

Unilever’s Rexona

Pepsodent

Vaseline

Surf Liwuid Detergent

Glutamax Face Cream

Pau Liniment

Yakult

CDO Funtastyk Young Pork Tocino

Technomarine

Will Tower Mall

Daily Spell fragrance

Wil Cologne

Protec-Cee

Foton Automobile

Manny Villar’s Camella Homes

Cebuana lhuiller)

I am not for a boycott of products at this point. I am hoping your conscience will act on this matter. In facebook, there is a manifesto.

We will no longer sit by and watch as our children’s identities are formed by superficial and trashy TV programs.

We are sick and tired of the constant debasement and exploitation of the poor, the use of young women as sex objects – as well as the shabby treatment that impressionable kids get in programs like this.

From hereon, we are silencing the images that enter our homes and collide with the kind of values that we want our children to be raised with.

We will not hesitate to boycott your products if you continue propping up TV shows that are crass, vulgar and irrelevant to our lives.

This is not a threat but a promise.

Look at what they are saying. These are just a few reactions. Most of them find Willie’s actions disgusting and deplorable. Do you want your products or services associated tainted with Willie. He has only issued an apology.

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