Gifted Movement

by - January 30, 2015

The world has long been fascinated by prodigies - gifted kids whose accomplishments at such a young age, shed light to a child's inherent talent, intellect and precocity.

In the Philippines, perhaps no other personalities represent the concept and reality of what gifted children are than the three who illustrated it via one of the most memorable television commercials of the 90s - Kiko Galura, James Flores, and Shaira Luna. If you're a 90s kid and you were addicted to TV as I was, I'm pretty sure you've seen their commercials plenty of times and would even recall them. :)

 But what has become of the three gifted kids featured in the brand's most prolific commercial yet? The budding poet? The promising astronomer? The medical marvel?

First of all, they're all grown up now and second, their accomplishments as adults are just as impressive as what they were able to deliver as kids.

Watch the video below to see...

Was there ever any doubt that they wouldn't grow up to become successful gifted alumni? 

It's easy to assume things come easily to naturally gifted kids. But it's important to remember that it's a factor of different things that will carve out a good future for any child.

Parents always want the best for their children and have a vital role in nurturing a their children's giftedness by providing them with the right nutrients growing up and supporting them in what they do with love and encouragement. :)

Kiko, James and Shaira - All grown up :)

The great Joey Ayala was also at the Promil Alumni event and I was so fond of his words of wisdom. He even said something like, "For me, being different was the normal..I didn't know that it was different.." :) And if there was one thing in common with what Kiko, James, Shaira and Sir Joey Ayala is that, they all believe that a mothers role is important. Parents help us in discovering and bringing out our talents. :)

"Throughout the years, Promil Pre-School has been encouraging parents to keep nurturing the gifts of their children. As we usher in a new year, we encourage others to become advocates of giftedness as well." - Dian Yu, Product Manager of Promil Pre-School

The new generation of Promil gifted children with their parents. :)

In 2015, Promil Pre-School is launching their Gifted Movement campaign, which is a movement to supporting and celebrating giftedness in the country. The brand aims to spark interest and gain the commitment of moms and consumers to take an active role in advocating giftedness and nurturing it. :)


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