The Davao Tourism Association (DATA) continues its effort to further sustain the farmers market in Sans Hotel at Luxebridge, to support local farmers in the city.
This is in partnership with the Department of Agriculture (DA) XI under the Kadiwa Program, a farm-to-consumer market chain program that eliminates intermediaries, and enables regional farmers to sell directly to customers at reasonable costs.
Nolani Tiozon, Sans Hotel general manager said the activity will continue and operate on a monthly basis from 7AM to 8PM, showcasing the local and organic goods the local farmers have to offer.
Meanwhile, DATA will also launch its Madayaw or privilege card, which aims to offer benefits and freebies, up to 10% discount on items exclusive and can be utilized to all DATA partner establishments.
The privilege card could be purchased at a cost of P350-pesos, with 20-30 DATA establishments.
Rudolph Alama, DATA Social Media Relations head said once the card is totally used, the purchaser is eligible to participate for a raffle and other rewards.
The DATA privilege card is also a way of promoting all the businesses in Davao especially along the tourism line.
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