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Nas Daily, Project Nightfall and Dear Alyne visits PH again for video project and talks on Philippine Environment

Nas Daily, Project Nightfall and Dear Alyne visits PH again for video project and talks on Philippine Environment

Famous international travel video blogger Nas Daily, who created daily 1-minute videos on Facebook, returns to the Philippines after two years. The intimate meet and greet event with media and fans was held last September 27, 2019 at the Samsung Hall, SM Aura Premier that will also feature a video shoot with the attending audience and be featured in Nas Daily’s next online video.

Nas Daily, who’s real name is Nuseir Yassin, is accompanied by his best friends and travel companions Agon Hare and Alyne Tamir, known online as Project Nightfall and Dear Alyne, respectively. The two are also content creators who regularly collaborate and contribute in videos with Yassin who now has hiw own video production company, Nas Daily Corporation. The three (3) have produced content garnering millions of online video views.

Aside from the meet and greet, Nas Daily, Agon and Alyne will be doing a special video and talks on environmental protection in relation to the Philippine islands and seas with the support of the Department of Tourism. They have also partnered with SM Aura Premier’s Samsung Hall to be the official event venue, as the mall has been an active supporter of the environment.

A big shout out and thanks to SM Supermalls for letting Megabites.com.ph be part of this special event with a 30-minute media interview with Nuseir, Agon and Alyne to further share more about their environmental advocacies, work and personal matters. Here is the raw video interview with the famous online video bloggers:

A Green Mall

SM Aura Premier has been steadfast in its efforts to be a leader in eco-friendly and environmental sustainability solutions. Being the first mall to receive a Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification, SM Aura Premier has, under its “Lush Initiative” project, limited its use of straws in dining with the “Last Straw” movement, became the first mall to accept eco-bricks, and had built an herb garden with all proceeds donated to calamity funds, emergency assistance and building of schools. Fused with their “Art in Aura” campaign, SM Aura Premier partnered with Save Philippine Seas to create a wall mural for marine life awareness, and a polar bear installation with WWFF to address climate change. SM Aura Premier will not be stopping at those environmental efforts as it has many more green activations, pocket-campaigns, and partnerships in the pipeline for the remainder of 2019 and beyond.

For more information, visit www.smsupermalls.com or follow @SMAuraPremier on Facebook and Instagram.

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