Comval’s Bulawan fest showcases abundancy

A simultaneous cutting of ribbons were held as the Ginto at Pilak Jewelry Expo, Agri-Trade Fair and Food Court officially opened on the first day of the 11th Bulawan Festival on March 4, 2018.

With the theme, ComVal @ 20: Growing Green for Good Governance, the festival was conceptualized to give meaning and essence of the abundant mineral and agricultural resources of the province as well as an occasion for thanksgiving for the “golden hearted” people of Comval.

The Ginto at Pilak Jewelry Expo aims not only to strengthen the mineral industry of the province, but also to highlight the importance of an eco-friendly mining.

The Agri-Trade Fair, on the other hand, aims to provide avenues and opportunities for farmer suppliers, processors and Local Government Units to promote their products and meet prospective buyers. Aside from holding a “Grand Tabo Day” on March 8, the organizer will also do the final judging of the search for the Best Booth.

The food courts exhibitors are categorized into two categories; Category A (Big Companies) and Category B (accredited food suppliers of the Provincial Capitol). They are allowed to display meals, barbecue, kakanin and relevant food items except liquor and cigarettes.

The mentioned activities will continue until March 8, which also marks the end of the festival. (Sheldane Mahinay // ID Comval)