The 75th season of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) will unfurl on July 14 but the games aren’t the only exciting feature of this year’s grand event. UAAP’s recent partnership with Havaianas has spurred the launch of the much-awaited Limited Edition Havaianas + UAAP Collection, with styles which represent each of the eight universities under UAAP.
“We aim not only to exemplify good sportsmanship but also to promote camaraderie among the student athletes, our fans, and our alumni. With the Limited Edition Havaianas + UAAP Collection, this partnership will yet again help bring each and every one of the UAAP supporters the chance to take home a part of the experience and be closer to the action everywhere they go,” said ABS-CBN Sports Licensing Officer, Arnie Hernandez.
The Limited Edition Havaianas + UAAP Collection is a way of celebrating the students’ school spirit and identifying themselves with their alma mater. The UAAP teams are identified through their colors and these flip-flops will allow the athletes and the students to wear their school colors with pride. Now, they don’t only have that school spirit burning in their hearts as their soles are representing that same fervor.
The Limited Edition Havaianas + UAAP Collection will be in stores July 6, 2012 (Friday) and will be available exclusively at All Flip-Flops Alabang Town Center, All Flip-Flops Bonifacio High Street, All Flip-Flops Glorietta 3, All Flip-Flops Greenbelt 5, All Flip-Flops SM City North EDSA Annex, Flip-Flops SM Mall of Asia, All Flip-Flops SM Marikina, All Flip-Flops SM Megamall, All Flip-Flops Robinsons Place Ermita, All Flip-Flops Trinoma, Complex Eastwood Mall, Complex Festival Mall, Rustan’s Alabang Town Center, Rustan’s Gateway, Rustan’s Makati, and Rustan’s Shangri-la Plaza Mall.
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