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Caloocan residents asked to support Aling Juana's Market 

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Caloocan City residents are encouraged to support the upcoming bazaar featuring Aling Juana's Market from March 13 to 17. The market will showcase various locally made products that are proudly crafted by female entrepreneurs in the city.

The bazaar will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Commercial Complex, Caloocan City Hall - South. It is an excellent opportunity to promote and support local businesses, especially during these trying times.

Aling Juana's Market will offer an array of items, including fashion accessories, handmade crafts, local delicacies, and many more. The market is named after Aling Juana, a well-known figure in the community who has been a mentor and inspiration to many aspiring women entrepreneurs in the city.


By supporting Aling Juana's Market, customers are not only helping the local economy but also empowering female entrepreneurs to thrive and succeed in their business ventures.

Therefore, the residents of Caloocan City are urged to visit the bazaar and experience the pride of their local products. Let us all support Aling Juana's Market and be part of the growth of the local economy.

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