Wow Toy Museum-Madarang
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The First & only ToyMuseum in the Philippines 2010
Dear School Administrator,
I’m inviting your school to a visit our more than 10,000 rare Toy Collections from different countries like Japan, Germany, Italy, UK, USA, Russia, Ukraine, China, Singapore, Taiwan etc. and also from different era of airplanes, cars, appliances, historical figures, science, biology, math, cartoon characters, renewable energy and so on.
About few months back there are around 16 TV Programs that have come to feature our collections, and the following TV programs are (1.) GMA 7 Mel & Joey 1-18-09 (2.) Net 25 Home Page 11-3-10 (3.) GMA 7 Unang Hirit 11-3-10 (4.) ABC 5 Sapul sa Singko 11-22-10 (5.) CH 2 Umagang Kay Ganda 11-26-10 (6.) GMA 7 Jessica Soho 12-4-10 (7.) GMA 7 AHA 12-12-10 (8.) CH 2 Matang Lawin 12-12-10 (9.) QTV 11 The Beat 12-13-10 (10.) S. Cable CH13 Business & Leisure 2-1-11 (11.) Net 25 Chinoy TV 4-3-11, (12.) GMA 7 Unang Hirit 5-20-11 (13.) CH 2 Rated K 5-22-11, (14.) Skycable 42 K-Now 7-3-11, (15.) GMA I Love Pinas 8-5-11, (16.) Makatang Gala 8-17-11, , After that we were able to upload all the video coverage on my youtube account jgcm54, if you have time please see them all, thanks.
When most of the TV Host and their crew saw the toys, their first word was Wow!, and when families have visited/toured our Toy Museum, again their first reaction was again Wow! so we decided to name our Museum as “Wow Toy Museum”.
Last January 22, 2011, a pre-school “Kids R Us” visited us. When the school Principal, Teachers, Parents, and their Student have visited our Toy Museum. Again their first reaction was “WOW”, so now we know that many people are really interested in seeing our collection!
Wow Toy Museum's aim is to teach our children in a more traditional way. It will teach them to cherish these old & new toys. It will teach them how to collect, as they grow old it will teach them how to maintain and even how to fix and restore these collectible toys, without knowing it they already applying it into there adult life.
When you visit our Wow Toy Museum, you will see many detailed miniatures and also many large colored posters. Children and adults will learn the evolution of different things like the development first car to the present, the first boat, the first airplane, houses and so on etc. In addition, we have also displayed the evolution of Paper and Coin of our Philippine money as early as 1907. These are just some of the things you can learn at our exhibits: the skills needed to draw, about scale models, about electricity and lights, about motors and mechanical devices, sculpture, solar, wind, hydro and renewable energy. Who knows, maybe these toys will awaken the future scientists and inventors in us.
It is our hope to teach and mold our children's future by exposing them to the toys that taught us before. School Administrator, school officials, Teachers are welcome to visit us and see for yourselves. We can schedule for school field trips. As of December 2011, entrance fee is now lower to only: PHP 95.00 per head (to cover our expenses of the electricity like, aircon, electric fan & lights, maintenance crews etc.)
It’s sad that these old toys are getting rarer and harder to find. The Madarang Wow Toy Museum has a few hundred and is able to restore some of it. Some are now on display and every week, we are adding more new and rare vintage items. For those who cannot visit us, you can search and check us on the internet by using google or yahoo search engines & search for Wow Toy Museum- Madarang Philippines, so you’ll be able to see some of our photos and you can also go to my youtube account ‘jgcm54’ to see my video on animated toys. You can also see the entire TV program that has featured our Wow Toy Museum plus other videos on how to restore an old toys.
Recently, On 8-22-11 Nuestra Senora De Aranzazu Parochial School in San Mateo Rizal & 8-24-11 Westminster High School Honorio Lopez Tondo Manila have there fieldtrip to our Toy Museum & we have them video & uploaded on our U-tube account, many thanks to all of them!!!
We would like to express our sincere thanks to all the schools, parents and families who supported and visited our Wow Toy Museum and we know you enjoyed the tour. We would also like to thank sulit.com.ph for providing us the information to share our vast toy collection not only to the Philippines but to the world.
For inquiries you can contact us through our cell phone number 0919-469-6987, landline number 363-6247 & 413-7105 my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Our Address is 99-101 Sgt. Rivera St. Quezon City, Hope to see you soon. Thanks.
Your vital support will inspire us to constantly improve, upgrade and add new rare collectible toys that will make your next visit a fun, educational and memorable one.
Thank you and Mabuhay!
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