He ain’t James Reid but he’s JolliSerye’s “Mr. Pogi ng Marketing” and we’re pretty much hooked on his cute little papi antics.
He’s one of the officemates in the newest Jollibee web series which showcases every experience Filipino workers go through when it’s Petsa de Peligro.
Just in case you didn’t know, it’s that time of the month when one tries to survive on a #tipidnation budget days before payday.
The title of the web series is inspired by the two most Petsa de Peligro days—the 14th and 29th of the month or the day before actual sweldo comes in. The Petsa de Peligro JolliSerye is conceptualized and executed by Publicis JimenezBasic.
The pilot episode introduced six main officemates and three other staff members who work in a printing house and what Petsa de Peligro is to them.
Get ready to laugh or even pick up a hack or two on how each of them survives Petsa de Peligro!
The succeeding episodes will walk you through the different survival dramas and stories of each character. Each character brings to life common office stereotypes that make their antics even more humorously relatable.
Cast members include:
Bryan Mendoza as Pare, the “Diskarte Dude” ng Sales
Charlon Untalan as Jiro, the “Eat Guy” ng I.T.
Aldrin Angeles as James, Mr. Pogi ng Marketing
Justine Pena as Nina, the “Kikay-Diva” ng Accounting
Thea Yrastorza as Alex, the “Hugot Girl” ng Art Dept.
Arielle Roces as Queenie, H.R. Royalty
Almira Joverto as Terry, the Secretary/Businesswoman, Gerlie Hemilo as Ate Flor, the Janitress, and Cesar Batistis as Manong Gardo, the English-speaking Guard!
Catch the exciting JolliSerye episodes every 14th and 29th of the month throughout the rest of 2017 in the official Jollibee Facebook page.
“We have found a way to share the Petsa de Peligro diskarte of working Pinoys through our new web series. May this make people laugh, stay positive and tap into their creativity to hurdle those budget-challenged days,” said Mari Aldecoa, Jollibee Core Category Marketing Director.
“On Petsa de Peligro days, Filipinos are able to enjoy great tasting food without spending so much with the JolliSavers.”