'Kadiwa ng Pangulo’ in Parañaque earns P75K in 7 hours

The Parañaque City government said the newly established "Kadiwa ng Pangulo" in Area 5, Fourth Estate Subdivision, Barangay San Antonio earned P75,000 in just seven hours.
Mayor Eric Olivarez said the "Kadiwa ng Pangulo," a project of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr., was launched in partnership with the city government, the Consumers Welfare Office (CWO), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Agriculture (DA), National Food Authority (NFA), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG).

Kadiwa ng Pangulo in in Area 5, Fourth Estate Subdivision in Barangay San Antonio. (Photo courtesy of Parañaque PIO)

He said the mobile market aims to help consumers buy cheaper products as well as farmers to sell their produced crops.
The mayor said around 100 residents patronized the products like vegetables and fruits being sold by Duran Farms and Cada Farma at the mobile market in Barangay San Antonio.
Olivarez was happy to learn from the CWO that the mobile market in the barangay earned around P75,000 from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
The mayor said the Presidential Communication Office – Bureau of Communication Services (PCO-CBS) joined the launch of the project in Barangay San Antonio.

Members of the PCO-CBS offered free photo and interactive booths and distributed fee merchandise like mugs, fan, stickers, and t-shirts.
The mayor said the mobile market is stationed every Monday at Raya Gardens in  Barangay Merville and Bricktown Subdivision in Barangay Moonwalk; Area 5, Fourth Estate Subdivision in Barangay San Antonio and  Phimra Subdivision in Barangay Moonwalk every Tuesday; Levitown, Better Living Subdivision in Barangay Don Bosco and  Airport Village in Barangay Moonwalk every Wednesday.
Olivarez said every Friday, the mobile market can be found at ROMVI in Barangay Moonwalk; Aeropark Subdivision in Barangay Don Bosco and  Fountain Breeze in Barangay San Isidro every Saturday and Petron in Doña Soledad, Barangay Don Bosco and Camella Homes Classic in Barangay San Antonio every Sunday.