The LEAD (Laoag Eco-Adventure Development) Movement kids, who helped put the Laoag Sand Dunes on the adventure map, now grown-ups, in a more adultish vid.
So many changes since that trial ride on August 2, 2009 in La Paz. A co-op has brought together LEAD, the originators of sandboarding in the Philippines, and all the other operators who came after LEAD, for a common good, which is to boost tourism in Laoag City and the rest of the North. The expansive dunes which also cover parts of Paoay and Currimao make Ilocos Norte extraordinary. Have you had your own sand adventure yet?
I came across this curious invention recently. The inventor says, he has sold his 96th unit as of late.
If you happen to be in the silk screen printing business and haven’t found the simple solution to easy, efficient, low wastage screen stretching, this might be the tool for you. An original creation by fellow-Ilocano Leo Doctor, from Pasuquin, affordably priced at P4000-, delivered right to your doorstep.
Leo says it is very user-friendly and adaptable to various screen sizes.
Check out how it works in the video.
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I’m stoked whenever I watch the Globe GOUNLI25 ad on TV. The ex-LEAD sandboards are everywhere and the final scene is just so coooool! Manong Benny Arce must be smiling in heaven!
Sent to Manila were original LEAD boards with original footmarks, straight from the La Paz Sand Dunes. LEAD Movement, the innovators of sandboarding in the Philippines, love it that they kept the well-worn look . Go Globe, peeps!
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