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Bacolod City, Philippines Monday, April 15, 2019
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LGU pavilions top Panaad sales
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA

 

The local government unit destination pavilions in the 26th Panaad sa Negros Festival at the Panaad Park and Stadium in Bacolod City remained as top grosser in the seven-day revelry.

As of 5 p.m. yesterday, total sales accumulated from the festivity reached P19.50 million.

The figure comprised the seven-day income from the LGU destination pavilions, eco-garden show, livestock and dairy fair, and food kiosks. Data from the sales of the organic market and food park on the last day were not yet available last night.

The generated income yesterday was P1.45 million. It is lower compared to the previous days, with the profit on the opening day at P4.24 million, P3.10 million the following day, P2.36 on the third day, P2.18 million on the fourth day, P2.79 million on the fifth day, and P3.37 million on Saturday.

For seven days, the profit from the LGU destination pavilions remained the highest with P9.84 million, followed by food kiosks with P3.38 million, the eco-garden show with P2.96 million, livestock and dairy fair with P1.62 million, food park with P1.06 million, and organic market with P627,909.

On the last day, the generated sales from the LGU destination pavilions were P922,218, followed by food kiosks with 300,578, the eco-garden show with P142,050 and livestock and dairy with P88,130.

The profit on Day 6 came from LGU destination pavilions with P1.76 million, followed by food kiosks with P685,078, the eco-garden show with P394,750, livestock and dairy fair with P234,555, food park with P217,720, and organic market with P83,689.

On the fifth day, LGU income of the destination pavilion was P1.44 million, followed by food kiosks with P603,088, eco-garden show with P343,650, food park with P179,415, livestock and dairy fair with P140,320, and organic market with P82,352.

Profit on Day 4 include the LGU destination pavilions with P1.45 million, followed by the eco-garden show with P292,575, livestock and dairy fair with P126,175, food park with P118,538, food kiosks with P112,500, and organic market with P79,855.

The third day income was comprised of LGU destination pavilions with P1.22 million, followed by the food kiosks with P511,277, eco-garden show with P274,320, the organic market with P144,388, livestock and dairy fair with P112,250, and food park with P95,040.

The profit on Day 2 came from LGU destination pavilions with P1.64 million, followed by the food kiosks with P598,708, the eco-garden show with P296,800, food park with P260,770, the organic market with P153,447, and livestock and dairy fair with P151,825.

On the first day, the sales generated from the LGU destination pavilions were P1.22 million, followed by the eco-garden show with P1.22 million, livestock and dairy fair with P771,305, food kiosks with P569,468, food park with P184,630, and organic market with 84,177.*

 

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