Davao store opens Filipiniana section
Subscribe Now June 22, 2012 at 09:24am
“We’ve found the right people who are pursuing their passions and are currently at different stages of their entrepreneurship,” she said.
Participating in the Filipiniana Section are core members of Davao Ecocrafts Association namely: Ms. Montemayor’s Le’ Mar Arts & Crafts; Crystal Seas (Mae and Carmaela Braceros Alcantara); Tadeco Livelihood Training Centre (Maricris Floirendo-Brias and Juvey Fernandez); Great Gifts and Souvenirs (Leny V. Castillo); and Tanoy Furniture (Mercy M. Tanoy).
“Just like in the Davao Ecocrafts’ Tindahang Pinoy at Aldevinco (Shopping Center), the Chimes’ Filipiniana Section carries exceptional items which are mostly housewares, fashion accessories, and ethnic products that are seldom found in the city,” said Ms. Montemayor.
“The beautiful handicrafts being sold at the Chimes’ Filipiniana Section show the distinct style and craftsmanship of our Mindanaoan artists,” said Marizon S. Loreto, DTI-11 regional director. “We are doing our share in developing good, if not the best, standards we can all be truly proud of. You see, it is not solely about the products but the people and communities responsible for the designs and production of truly Filipino creations we are so proud of as well.”
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