P2500 instead of P5000 for 12 badminton clinic sessions at Escoses Training Camp
- Free T-shirts for all students
- All classes are inclusive of shuttlecocks and court fees
- Open for badminton enthusiasts of all ages
- Coach Lloyd Escoses is a two-time Men's Singles Champion in 2006 and 2007
- Groupon valid for 1 month
- Limit 1 Groupon per person
- Groupon is good for 12 sessions
- Schedule is thrice a week: Monday, Wednesday and Friday or Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 8:00am - 10:00am
- New classes start every Monday and Tuesday
- Accepts students until May 31, 2011
- Bring your own racket
- For inquiries, call +63.920.9268311 / +63.922.881.1122 or send an email at email@example.com
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Because badminton games are no longer used to settle land disputes
and damages from horse collisions, they’ve become the battleground for deciding
which world citizen will be the first to move to the moon. Pave the way for
lunar life with today's Sweet Deal: P2500 instead of P5000 for 12 badminton clinic sessions at Escoses Training Camp.
Escoses Training Camp's gives shuttlecock strikers an extensive facility and all the necessary gear to play the traditional sport. The 12 badminton sessions for beginners and intermediate fledglings are held three times a week: either on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday or a Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. Coach Lloyd Escoses and his protégés teach the budding racket-bearers the ways of the shuttlecock. He was a member of the Philippine National Team in Badminton and former No. 1 Men's Singles player. He won a two-time Men's Singles Champion in 2006 and 2007 as well as a Silver Medalist in 2010 Yonex Philippines National Badminton Open. He is currently the coach of FEU and De La Salle University - College of St. Benilde's badminton teams and also heads the trainings of some corporate badminton teams such as Globe Telecom and the Asian Development Bank.
The well-lit badminton courts are housed in a large warehouse-like structure, providing players with ample room to knock the shuttlecock high into the air.