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Tuesday, January 30, 2024

M&M'S Spreads Love and Joy This Valentine's Day with Its Mobile Studio


M&M’S is making this year’s Valentine’s Day sweeter with the launch of the Love For All mobile photo studio this month. The pop-up studio will visit hotspots in Metro Manila and bring fun and cheer to Filipinos, whether they’re single, in a relationship, or celebrating Valentine’s Day with family and friends.

“We celebrate Valentine's Day by showing appreciation for the people we love or adore by giving greeting cards, flowers, and chocolate. With more than 80 years of bringing colorful fun and inspiring moments of happiness, we want to encourage Filipinos to commemorate Valentine's Day with M&M’S, celebrating love for all,” shares Marketing Director of Mars Wrigley Asia, Chaliya Suchato.

They can remember this loved-filled day with a complimentary photo session at the professional self-shoot studio with backdrops, lighting, and props. Visitors and fans can have multiple takes, and receive digital and print copies right after. 


Guests may also join the 1-minute challenges, where they can take home exciting giveaways and prizes. Additionally, they may request a song from the M&M’S acoustic group and dedicate the harana to their loved ones.


From 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM, the M&M’S Love For All mobile studio will visit the Robinsons Manila on February 9, 2024, Bonifacio High Street 9th Avenue on February 10, 2024, and Ayala Malls Manila Bay on February 11, 2024.


Have an amazing Valentine’s Day this year! 


  1. Love it talagang very nice ang m&m's for making this valentine's day special 🥰

  2. Kay ganda Talaga puntahan at ang bongga pa,guests pwede maki Sali sa challenges at may pa prize pa

  3. Omgg ang saya nito my pa exciting giveaways and prizes pa 😍

  4. Yun oh perfect 2 this valentine's..ang bongga may pa prize pa


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