24 November 2006

Choco Naga goes to Canada

VICE MAYOR Gabby Bordado was one proud papa yesterday. Reason: his eldest daughter Marian's Choco Naga was warmly received by our host, the Forster-Angeles family in Vancouver.

The main selling point of these proudly Naga-made product are the luscious roasted
pili nuts generously embedded in every choco bar.

And it enabled Marian to earn her degree, as member of the pioneering batch, from the new entrepreneurship program of the
Ateneo de Naga University, an offering backed by the Madrigal Center for Social Entrepreneurship.

Nobody graduates from the course without putting up his own business. And that, I think, makes all the difference.