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GIVEAWAY ALERT: A Celebration of Filipino Love and Pride at the Global Pinoy Bazaar 2011

The Yabang Pinoy – Filipino Pride movement celebrates its 6th year by celebrating Filipino Love and Pride.

Together with Yabang Pinoy’s community of Filipino entrepreneurs committed to Filipino artistry and craftsmanship, Yabang Pinoy will once again stage the 7th Global Pinoy Bazaar on November 5 to 6 2011 at the Rockwell Tent, Makati City.




Global Pinoy Bazaar 2011 will feature businesses with 100% Filipino Love and Pride, showcasing ladies’, men’s & children’s apparel, accessories, jewelries, bags & shoes, home decor, beachwear, home and wellness products, as well as Pinoy art and design.

“We feel that the Global Pinoy Bazaar is a great way to promote and support our fellow Filipino crafters and artists and is a great way to encourage people out there to either venture into their own thing or support local,”shares Antonette Mendoza of Twee Shop.

Erin Chu of brand Made for Movement and Tomoe Bags says “ Made for Movement provides quality yoga and travel items that is comparable to Imported Brands but for a fraction of the cost.  Tomoe Bags gives backpacks a hip and modern twist. You can bring them to work, to play, to school.”

“We believe in products proudly made in the Philippines and in the skill and talent of the Filipino entrepreneur,“ says Kaye Ong of Suelas and Marengo.

As early as now, mark you calendars for the best Filipino Christmas shopping experience.

Other exhibitors include Blusing Geisha, Dona bags, Vanity without Apology, BEAD IT by Mikki, MAGU Clothing, Top Picks Clothing, Beansprout, Artwine, Kitsune Manila, Fab Manila, Izzo Shop Manila, Theo and Philo Chocolate, Papelapelap, Punchdrunk Panda, Dragonfly Desserts, Creative Prints, Amber Lights Laguna, Suelas, Pic Season, I Love Koi, Precious Pillow, Bigkas Pilipinas, Sigaw Sambit Collections, Dodong loves Bebang, Agos Pilipinas, Kape Ni Juan, Weewilldoodle, Sagada Pottery, Corbin , M.Y. Likha, Ang Illustrador ng Kabataan, and many more.

For more information, visit www.yabangpinoy.com.  For interested Filipino entrepreneurs who want to be part of Global Pinoy Bazaar 2011, please email bazaar.globalpinoy@gmail.com.

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Want to score free tickets?  I'm giving away a pair of tickets to the first 5 people to leave a comment on this post!  (Tickets to be claimed at the event proper itself).

Leave your name and e-mail address too so I know where I can get in touch with you.

I'll also be there along with the Little One.  So I'm really hoping to meet some of my blog friends there as well.  See you!  =)

Comments

  1. Proud to be Pinay! :-)
    Josephine Bahala
    josephine_pacariem@yahoo.com

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  2. Thanks for sharing! I love bazaars and it's nice to see that there is a bazaar focusing on Filipino products. :) My name is Karla Mae Brazil. Email address is purplink@gmail.com. :)

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  3. i'm a proud recipient of a globay pinoy..

    Aileen Siwa
    aileen.siwa@hotmail.com

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  4. Hi Jane! I'm organizing a small eco products fair for my company. Can you help me contact some of these vendors? :) Please email me at michymichymoo.mm@gmail.com

    Thanks! ;)

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  5. @michymichymoo: Sent you an email already. =)

    Dear all, thank you for joining! Giveaway is closed. =)

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