Kiosks ready for Dinagyang vendors

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Tuesday, January 7, 2014


A TOTAL of 1,038 kiosks will be opened to vendors willing to sell food, drinks, and souvenir items along the parade route during the three-day Dinagyang festival.

Dinagyang Kiosks Committee chair Rodolfo Villaruz said the 2.5 by 3 meters kiosks will be settled along the streets of JM Basa, Iznart, Ledesma, Valeria and Delgado from January 24 until 26.

Owners will have to pay P1,600 for kiosks installed along JM Basa, Iznart, Valeria, Ledesma and Delgado; P1,200 for kiosks along Guanco street; and P1,000 along Bonifacio Drive for the three-day festivities.

Ambulant vendors will have to pay P200 to get a special permit from the Special Services Unit (SSU) and they will be given a special identification card for them to be allowed to sell at the Dinagyang parade route.

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