The recently opened Paskong Paskong Pinoy Fair organized by the Buy Pinoy Movement Foun-dation Inc. (BPMFI) will be held until the end of the year.
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) said that it fully supports BPMFI and the fair, and has allowed the group to display the products of its member associations in the agency’s showroom until December 31.
Participants in the fair in-clude Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc., Philippine Food Proces-sors and Exporters Organization Inc., Christmas Decor Producers and Exporters Association of the Philippines, Philippine Chamber of Han-dicraft Industries, Meycauayan Jewelry Industry Association Inc., Home Accent Group of the Philippines, and the Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Com-merce and Industry, Inc.
Visitors to the fair can find products including Christmas decorations, clothing, footwear, bags, processed food and drinks, household items, furniture, personal care products, jewelry and fashion accessories.
The BPMFI is the seventh occupant of the DTI showroom this year. DTI Assistant Sec-retary Blesila Lantayona said that with the fair opening near the beginning of the Christmas season, revenues that the group will gain through the fair is expected to surpass P2 million.
The Association of Negros Producers (ANP), which also occupied the showroom earlier this year, recorded an estimated P2 million in revenues through the Negros Trade Fair, which they organize annually.
The Paskong Paskong Pinoy Fair will run until December 31, and will be open on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the DTI showroom located along Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City.
Jan Erick C. Tutaan