MBC gears up for 7th shoppers’ bazaar
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This April, local and foreign tourists will have the chance to savor local delicacies and shop around for specialty products that would cost only a fraction of normal retail prices in the city.
Aliwan Fiesta, the grand cultural extravaganza produced by Manila Broadcasting Company in tandem with the Cultural Center of the Philippines, once again presents the perfect opportunity to showcase regional trade in its three-day Shoppers Bazaar at the CCP Complex on April 11-13.
Aliwan Fiesta guarantees the buying public a selection of quality pasalubong made by the country’s finest craftsmen. Boutiques specializing in RTW, footwear, jewelry, and accessories, along with handicraft shops, stores/restaurants selling gourmet delicacies, even fruit and flower farms, are invited to rent their respective kiosks in a unified effort to highlight national pride and regional identity.
Now on its seventh year, Aliwan Fiesta’s shoppers’ bazaar has shown that the best finds are not always at the malls, but at the traditional tiangge or flea market.
For inquiries on the Aliwan Fiesta Shoppers Bazaar, call Teray Rivas of MBC at tel. 2166022.
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