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The summer season is still on, and many Filipinos find themselves looking for ways to chill amidst the scorching temperatures. Luckily, the latest episode of Home Credit's infotainment show HCTV, offered a refreshing lineup of affordable cooling tips, featuring box office actress, entrepreneur, and brand ambassador Marian Rivera-Dantes.

Hosted by Patsy Reyes, the episode also featured influencers, Bont Oropel, Baninay Bautista, and the Millennial Couple, Ken and Chez. The episode was released in support of the Hottest Summer sa Pinas Campaign by Home Credit, and in partnership with Abensons, the leading household appliance store in the Philippines to provide viewers access to the best cooling appliances such as air-conditioners and refrigerators available at 0% Interest installments.

Kicking off the episode, Bont and Baninay served up some summer vibes with their segment, sharing tips on making the season extra memorable. From sharing their favorite summer destination, to showcasing their own twist on the favorite Pinoy summer dessert, Halo-Halo, the influencer couple reminded viewers that staying cool can be as delightful without having to spend too much.

Next, Millennial Couple, Ken and Chez discussed a common concern for many Filipino households: managing their electric bill during summer. By giving practices such as regulating aircon temperature and unplugging appliances not in use, they showed how making small changes to daily habits and using energy-efficient appliances such as inverter aircons can save a lot of money.

The highlight of the episode was a special segment with Marian Rivera-Dantes who engaged with the viewers by answering questions related to family activities during summer and choosing the best cooling appliances for home. As the episode ended, Marian invited the viewers to join Home Credit's Hottest Summer sa Pinas campaign, to enjoy cooling appliances at affordable 0% interest.

Don’t miss the latest and hottest HCTV episode with Marian Rivera-Dantes on the official Facebook page and YouTube channel of Home Credit.