Angeles City Vice Mayor Vicky Vega-Cabigting (left) flashes smile behind the OK Caravan together with ACAMASE officers. Photo by Joann Manabat
ANGELES CITY — The Angeles City Association of Micro and Small Entrepreneurs (ACAMASE) celebrated its first anniversary with a trade fair “Shine ACAMASE” together with Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Negosyo Center at Robinsons Angeles here over the weekend.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was led by Angeles City Vice Mayor Vicky Vega-Cabigting and DTI provincial director Elenita Ordonio together with ACAMASE founder Jomar David and president Annette Mendoza.
As part of its first anniversary celebration, ACAMASE launched its roving bazaar brand Obrang Kapampangan Caravan (OK Caravan) which will be a part of the organization’s future trade fair and programs.
With ACAMASE’s aim to help the businesses of its members, DTI-Pampanga has also granted their request to assist all its members on business packaging and labeling through U-Bix Corporation.
Being one of the most active SME organization in Pampanga, ACAMASE is potentially growing its members through local manufacturers and entrepreneurs both from food and non-food industry fostering camaraderie and support with an aim to build a sustainable livelihood and impart in environment preservation.
Aside from the trade fair, the 5-day celebration also includes different activities such as zumba for a cause and a cook-off challenge which is set to conclude on March 17.
For membership and other inquiries, you may visit ACAMASE at OTOP Store Nepomuceno St. Sto. Rosario, Angeles City.