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  In view of the amount of fake paper bills circulating in the economy, PAGASA sends this advisory on how to tell what is fake from what is real:  


Association Profile

Founded on : 30 August 1986
Office : 2 Nicanor A. Ramirez St., cor. E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue, Mabuhay Rotonda, 1113 Quezon City
Tel./Fax # : +63 (2) 7437065
No. of members : Fifty Three (53)
No. of Outlets : One Hundred Forty Eight (148)
Type of Outlets :
Hypermart : 1
Warehouse­Type : 20
Within a Mall : 11*
Within a Comm'l Complex : 35
Stand­Alone Supermarket : 63
Convenience Store­Type : 19
Wholesale Mart :  1
* 2 Warehouse­Type outlets are within a Mall
Location of Members :
Within Metro Manila : Sixty Four (64)
 Luzon (Outside MM) : Sixty Four (64)
 Visayas Thirteen (13)
 Mindanao Seven (7)

Officers and Directors (2011 - 2013) :
President ­   Steven T. Cua
Vice President / P.R.O. ­  Godofredo “Fred” S. Gravador
Corporate Secretary ­  Roy C. Chua
Treasurer ­  Robert “Bobby” H. Ang
P.R.O. ­  Karl Marxist S. Tan
Directors ­  Juan “Johnny” T. Lim
  ­  Liansel H. Sy
  ­  Patrick T. Ong
  ­  William A. Villanueva
   Edna B. Ontiveros
   Philippine Retailers Association
   Buy Pinoy Movement


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