Power Mac Center, the country’s premier Apple partner store, celebrated its 21st anniversary with the introduction of Power Mac Center Spotlight, the brand’s newest art venue made possible through its partnership with Ayala Land Inc. and Circuit Makati.
The anniversary was held last August 26 in Greenbelt 5 Fashion Walk with performances by Manila Symphony Orchestra, Chuva Choo Choo teaser, and the second season of Sync Sessions kicked off with musical performance by Franco and Urbandub.
“This is always such a treat to see our friends join us as we celebrate another milestone tonight. We have been blessed to reach 21 years of doing what we love most. And it’s much more than just selling great products,” said Lawrence Sison, CEO, Power Mac Center for his opening remarks.
“Whether you are an aspiring musician, an educator, an artist, a budding photographer, whatever your passion is, we pride ourselves in being a place where everyone can come to learn, be inspired to create, and have fun doing it. It is the same passion that led us to partner with our friends in Ayala, which as we know has been in the forefront of creativity. With their support for music, theater, and the visual arts, our store’s presence in Ayala Mall is complemented with our efforts to uplift the human spirit and with Ayala providing the way for us.”
Power Mac Center first opened at the SM Megamall in 1994 and has proven itself as a premium lifestyle brand retailing Apple products. Today, Power Mac Center has built an extensive network of authorized Apple facilities in the country that includes 25 retail stores, 8 service centers, and 2 training centers.
Opening this September, the Power Mac Center Spotlight located at the heart of Circuit Makati is a black box theater that has a capacity of 300 seats and flexible seating set-up that can accommodate theater, music, dance performances, acting workshops, as well as seminars, corporate launches, and private functions.
Chuva Choo Choo: The Mr. Kupido Musical will debut as Power Mac Center Spotlight’s first show.
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