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PR: Filipino Brands Get Bigger and Better at Global Pinoy Bazaar 2011

Yabang Pinoy—the pioneering Filipino Pride movement known for fun, creative, and contemporary Filipino pride projects and events—constantly strives to convert Filipinos into shouting proud Pinoys.

Now, Yabang Pinoy is out to prove that Filipino brands are getting bigger and better with the Global Pinoy Bazaar 2011, a showcase of local products made with 100% Filipino Love and Pride, on November 5-6,2011 at the Rockwell Tent.  The organization encourages everyone to put the Filipino First and patronize home-grown ideas, products, and services.


Global Pinoy Bazaar 2011 is zoned into Fashion, Pinoy Art and Design, Music, Tropical, and Home and Travel.

Mark your calendar now for the best Filipino Christmas shopping experience.


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And here's another treat for all Global Pinoy Bazaar 2011 visitors!  Shoppers who will be wearing an all-Pinoy outfit during the bazaar will receive a gift from Yabang Pinoy.



Just look for the fashion police!

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For more information, visit http://www.yabangpinoy.com/, email them at bazaar.globalpinoy@gmail.com or call them at mobile # 0927 826-3926.

Comments

  1. This is nice! Yabang Pinoy once came to our university, but unfortunately I wasn't able to partake in the contests. But this time, I'll try to attend this event. :) It's a good time na rin to do some Christmas shopping.

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  2. this is great! what a wonderful way to promote Philippine-made products :)

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  3. @Sumi Go and Janelle: I still have extra free tickets if you want. Just email me so I could send you the congratulatory letter in order to claim the tickets at the event itself. =)

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