Jan 30, 2004

Manila sees Red as HSBC launches women-only card

MANILA: HSBC has painted the town red with its Red MasterCard campaign, promoting the country's first credit card for women.

Using Rediscovery as its theme, the 141-developed print and in-store ads feature five of the Philippines' most stylish ladies as image models VJ Amanda Griffin, socialite and newspaper columnist Tessa Prieto Valdes, chef Melissa Sison, martial arts practitioner Cookie Duran and philanthropist Gina Alfonso.

They also appeared at events at trendy nightspots and fashion shows, giving the campaign greater impact.

In addition, display window mannequins in boutiques held up the distinct red credit card. Card holders were also...

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