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Christmas is coming! 🙂
You must start shopping with your Christmas decors before the prices shoot up like a rocket.
One of the commonly used Christmas decoration aside from Christmas trees and wreaths are Christmas lanterns.
You can see them around displayed along the streets, main roads and in front of houses.
The most popular maker of Christmas lantern is Rolren’s Lanterns. They have been hired by several local government agencies and municipalities to create a customized Christmas lantern for their areas. They are in-demand not only across the country but also outside our homeland.
Rolren’s Lantern was already featured in many local TV shows like “Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho” and “Unang Hirit”.
Its main manufacturing office is located at San Fernando, Pampanga. The place of the famous “Giant Lantern Festival.
Rolren’s have been joining the contest of Giant Lantern Festival, and was always placed as champion. However, when their customers started flocking their products, they seldom join the competition and focused more on catering orders local and abroad.
Cultural Center of the Philippines is one of Rolren’s client now for their Christmas lanterns.
Rolren’s created the currently famous “Duterte Lantern” which has immediately caught the attention of people. A customer from Australia have ordered boxes of this lantern and we saw these packed and prepared.
May you receive your blessings,
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