Celebrating Christmas the Pinoy Way: 14th and 15th Global Pinoy Bazaar


It is said that Filipinos celebrate the Yuletide Season with the longest period compared to our foreign counterpart. No wonder why we can hear Christmas carols played in the airwaves as soon as September hits the calendar and why bazaars and weekend markets flourish almost everywhere.

This year, Yabang Pinoy challenges everyone to complete their Christmas list with something uniquely Pinoy, as it carries on to celebrate its ten years of continuously inspiring people to live the Filipino lifestyle. Thus, the movement will be staging not just one, but two distinct market platforms through one of its fundamental projects—Global Pinoy Bazaar—with the theme “Celebrating Filipino Christmas”. As part of a more encompassing campaign of Yabang Pinoy called “PHmade Movement”, Global Pinoy Bazaar will feature different brands from clothing, footwear, home ware, personal care, art & design, food & beverage, accessories and men’s wear.

The 14th Global Pinoy Bazaar will be held on November 21 and 22 (Saturday and Sunday) at Rockwell Tent in Makati City. This particular bazaar will house several known brands who partnered with the movement for the last decade and other upbeat brands that slowly carve their way to international market.

On the other hand, the 15th Global Pinoy Bazaar will be held in three consecutive days from December 11 to 13 (Friday to Sunday) at Glorietta Activity Center in Makati City. This bazaar sets apart among the others as it will not just showcase the typical Christmas finds which you can give to your loved ones, but moreso, the products and unique gift ideas that are rare and proudly Filipino-made. So you can be sure that your Christmas gift selection is tailor-fit to Pinoy’s preference and made to a few pieces.

With the combined feat of the two bazaars, the movement will gather more than 200 distinctive brands that are quite known in the social media radar and retail market alike. Yabang Pinoy invites everyone to take part in nation-building and consumer revolution while experiencing early Christmas shopping the Pinoy way.

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