Popular Manila company brings world-class products to Davao

Subscribe Now August 28, 2012 at 08:38am

TEAM Manila, a Filipino company popular in Metro Manila for its world-class apparels with nationalistic designs, has arrived in Davao City to offer the same quality brand to Dabawenyos. Rochlem Podunas, assistant manager of Team Manila Davao branch, said the store is offering different nationalistic apparels ranging from shirts, jeans and bags with each has unique design made by Filipino artists.

The store also sells mugs, tumblers, lanyards, pockets and lomography cameras with classical look.

The store gives highlight to the artistry and creativity of the Filipinos, since most of the designs were made by artists themselves while some are contributed by non-employed artists who are also their avid patrons from across the country.

"Anyone can actually submit their designs to our website. If it will be approved, then that's the time it will be printed on shirts. Or, our customers can request to use their designs on their shirts," Podunas said.

The Filipino firm has nine stores all over the country. Its Davao branch, which opened last April 24 at SM City Davao, is the first in Mindanao.

Team Manila will also open more stores in Trilogy Alabang Town Center and its second store in Mindanao at Bloomindale's Zamboanga within this year.

Other Team Manila branches are located in Rockwell, SM Mall of Asia, Trinoma, Marquee Mall Pampanga, Subic Harbor Point, Market! Market!, SM San Lazaro and SM Manila.

Although not yet known in Davao, Team Manila has started to make a name to its market in the city as sales are increasing each month since its opening over four months ago, according to Podunas.

He said their target market are those groups aged 18 to 30, especially those band members and skaters who make frequent visits to the store to buy "Daily grind" T-shirts.

Podunas said they are hoping to compete with top brands of shirts and jeans in the market with nationalistic designs and quality cloths.

Source: Antonio L. Colina IV



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