Noel Bazaar swings south
The most sought after holiday shopping event will be swinging south to stage its first event at the Filinvest Tent, Filinvest City, Alabang, on Oct. 18-27. The Filinvest Tent is the newest venue south of Manila, and is located along Commerce Avenue corner Spectrum Midway in Alabang, Muntinlupa.
As with its other events, the Noel Bazaar guarantees only the finest, hard-to-find products perfect as holiday gift ideas as well as for personal use. Thorough product screening ensures an unbeatable lineup of Christmas and home decor, novelty items and fashion accessories, and food items that will cater to the hardest-to-please consumers of the south.
A lineup of imported fashion items and accessories as well as export products from top local manufacturers will highlight the vast array of products that will be featured in the Noel Swings South bazaar.
To complement the shopping event, the Mercato Centrale group will hold an outdoor food fair for those who want a break from their usual fare. Mercato Centrale has gained a reputation of gathering unique food items not readily available anywhere.
So beat the holiday rush with Noel Swings South bazaar at the Filinvest Tent on Oct. 18-27, 1-11 p.m. Entrance is free from Monday to Wednesday.
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The Noel Bazaar Series is brought to you by GMA Network, GMA News TV, the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Summit Media, the Foreign Post, 97.1 WLS FM, DZBB and Radio High 105.9. Proceeds will benefit the GMA Kapuso Foundation, Bantayog ng mga Bayani Foundation, Associate Missionaries of Assumption, Noel P. Gozon Memorial Clinic and Saints Peter and John Parish.
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