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Central Luzon to showcase best products in trade fair

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(Sun.Star Pampanga)

SMALL businesses from the region will have a chance to showcase the best products during the Likha ng Central Luzon Trade Fair 2015 to be held at the Old Glorietta Activity Center, Ayala Center, Makati City from September 23 to October 1, 2015.

More than 110 Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) will be participating from the seven provinces of the region, promoting their provincial branding namely:

Aurora - “Siempre Aurora” Bataan - “Galing Bataan” Bulacan - “Tatak Bulakenyo” Nueva Ecija - “Taas Noo Novo Ecijano” Pampanga - “Vida Pampanga” Tarlac - “Natural Tarlac” Zambales - “Zambales' Finest”

Products that will be exhibited in LCL 2015 include:

1. Processed Food 2. Furniture and Home Furnishings 3. Ceramics 4. Jewelry 5. Fashion Accessories 6. Bags 7. Footwear 8. Gifts and Holiday Decors 9. Other novelty products

Likha ng Central Luzon Trade Fair is the major regional trade promotion activity jointly organized by the Department of Trade and Industry Region III (DTI-3) and Philexport- R3 with the full support of the Regional Development Council – Region 3 and the Central Luzon Growth Corridor Foundation Inc.

Now on its 17th year, the trade fair and serves as the culminating activity of industry and trade related programs for entrepreneurs in Region 3.

Likha ng Central Luzon Trade Fair has proven to be an effective venue to promote the products of the region to institutional buyers and exporters based in Metro Manila.

It has become one of the much awaited trade events in Manila because of the distinctive and quality products offered.

Likha ng Central Luzon will also feature products manufactured as a result of the Shared Service Facility (SSF) projects of DTI-Region 3.

These include marine products, wearables like clothes, jewelries and accessories, footwear, processed meat, and food items such as condiments, organic fruits and vegetables.

Other products using indigenous raw materials and environment-friendly technologies will also be on display.