LOOK: The Philippines Now Has a Permanent Window Display in New York City

The Philippines just launched a permanent window display in New York.

According to a post on The Philippines’ Facebook page, this will serve as a place where the Department of Tourism can play commercials to invite foreigners, especially those in New York, to come and see our country.

The post has three photos and was captioned with:

The Philippines launched on Friday, March 04, its permanent window display at the Philippine Center located on Midtown Manhattan’s busiest, most expensive, and best shopping street — 5th Avenue!

Serving as a platform to run all TV commercials that the Tourism Department has produced and will be producing in the future, this permanent window display is expected to boost the country’s exposure to New Yorkers and foreign visitors alike.

Spearheading the launch were Philippine Ambassador to the United States Jose Cuisa, Undersecretary Marites Martinez of the DOT, Tourism Promotions Board Chief Operating Officer Domingo Enerio, III, and Philippine Consul General to New York Mario de Leon.

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