PBB Big Winner Daniel Matsunaga received his new house from AMAIA
September 12, 2014
At the recently concluded Pinoy Big Brother All-In, Daniel Matsunaga was voted as this season’s Big Winner.
Last August 24, the most talked about reality show has come to its end, as the last set of housemates known as the Big 4, faced the public for one last time. Pinoy Big Brother All-In’s loyal audience and avid fans showed their support through text polls, saving the most deserving housemate.
After more than a 100 days of staying inside the Big Brother House, the Big 4 stood the best among the original 19 housemates comprised of celebrity, teenagers, and regular individuals, a first in the Big Brother franchise history; the Big 4 are: Vickie Rushton (4th Big Placer), Jane Oineza (3rd Big Placer), Maris Racal (2nd Big Placer), and Daniel Matsunaga (PBB All-In Big Winner).
Daniel Matsunaga, a Brazilian-Japanese model, has successfully achieved every task inside the Pinoy Big Brother House, winning not just his fellow housemates’ trust but the hearts of many Filipinos.
Matsunaga was awarded 1 million pesos, business franchises, and a brand new condominium unit at Amaia Steps Novaliches, a modern and contemporary-inspired mid-rise project by Amaia, Ayala Land’s economic housing arm. With convenience and accessibility as its major advantages, and taking pride of its quality features and amenities such as a swimming pool, basketball court, clubhouse, playground, landscaped gardens, and support retail, perfectly tailored for a Big Winner like Daniel Matsunaga.
Backed by Makati Development Corporation BuildPlus (MDC) and maintained by Ayala Property Management Corporation (APMC), Amaia Land is every hardworking Filipino’s dependable partner in building a bright and strong future.
Just like Daniel, who believed in his dreams and determined to make it all come true, AMAIA upholds its commitment in providing affordable homes to every Filipino and makes dreaming of a brand new home a reality; because with AMAIA, every Filipino can claim, “Kaya Ko Na!”
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