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Reasons for Trying to Catch KLG International in Bazaars

Warning:  Picture heavy post. J

In an earlier entry regarding my Noel Discovery Bazaar 2011 finds (read full post here), I mentioned that our family loves it when KLG International, Inc. / OTSU Retail is a participant in a bazaar we will be going to.  The pictures I've shown in that entry is just but the tip of the iceburg.

So here are more reasons to catch them during this season's bazaars...

KLG International, Inc / OTSU Retail at the Noel Discovery Bazaar 2011

Condiment set (Php160)

Oil / vinegar bottle (Php100 for 2pcs.)

Spice canisters (Php100 for 3 pcs.)

Round spice canisters (Php100 for 3pcs.)

Square canister set (Php110)

8x10 Pokemon picture frame (Php50 - buy 1, take 1)

AH Cafe mug (Php60)

Canisters with lock (Php100 for 2pcs.)

24K jar (Php100)

Ceramic shopping bag display (Php100 for 3 pcs.)

Sugar pot (Php90 for 2pcs.)

Happy shopping!


KLG International, Inc.
Delbros Ave., cor. Venecia De Leon St.
Bo. Ibayo, Paraňaque City
Philippines 1700
T     (632) 852 2511 to 17


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