Trade fair, bazaar open for 63rd San Carlos Charter Day

(San Carlos LGU Photo)
(San Carlos LGU Photo)

THE San Carlos City Tourism Office opened the Trade Fair and Bazaar Activity Area beside the City Hall last Saturday, June 17.

At least 21 government and commercial establishments exhibited their locally-made products, food, and beverages at said trade fair.

City Mayor Renato Gustilo, OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Heidelyn Geromiano, and Sangguniang Panlungsod Members Victoriana Cabili and Carlos Manuel Valmayor led the official opening of 63rd Charter Anniversary of the city anchored on the theme: Fostering San Carlos City Towards Globally Competitive Governance.

A short program after the opening took place featuring local talents to entertain trade fair goers.

SP Member Valmayor commended the local government for organizing the event that showcases local products and those of the neighboring areas.

He urged everyone to buy local products and told local food producers to improve their goods.

Aaliyah Caparida, 12 years old who just came from Dubai, happily shared her newly bought sling bag from the SCCDJ exhibit and was excited in her first Charter Anniversary experience.

Jade Flores, a Special Program for the Arts- Art and Design Track performer, said they enjoyed the event and admired the LGU for allowing them to showcase their talent.

Exhibits from Cooperatives and Livelihood Development Office, San Carlos City District Jail (SCCDJ), Insikwate, Isla Sipaway, City Agriculture's Office, Jay Costanilla Handicrafts, Buttered Girlfriend, Bush Grounds, Hangout Place, Joaquin’s Cake & Pastries, Amazing Sweets, Kopi Beans, Ben's Mango, San Carlos City Heritage Culture and the Arts Council, Frystation, Avee Coffee, Relajante Farm & Resort, J & J Tagpuan, and Kopi Loqi can be found in the trade fair and bazaar. (PR)


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