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Rebisco celebrates Pinoy heritage

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As part of continuing efforts to promote a strong sense of Filipino Heritage, the iconic Filipino biscuit brand, Rebisco, brings back the Rebisco Special Designer Tin Cans as it partners with the Regional Lead School of the Arts of Angono (RLSSA) and with other well-known artists to help bring to life this year’s theme.

“When we say heritage, we refer to two things: The heritage of Angono as the cradle of art and cultural treasures, and the heritage of the Rebisco Special Designer Tin Can as an important part of Filipino life,” said Rebisco marketing director Rey de los Reyes.

“This year, we are bringing back the Special Designer Tin Cans featuring artworks from a new set of artists — Dominic Rubio and Aljo Pingol, plus three budding artists from the city’s first and only art-based academic school, the Regional Lead School for the Arts ins Angono or RLSAA,” he added.

Rebisco also extends to RLSAA the much needed assistance to young visual artists in the school by donation art materials and easels, stressing the importance of helping even through small means.

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