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All Flip-Flops launched “Make Your Own Havaianas 2018” at SM Lipa

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LIPA City – HAVAIANAS launched the “Make Your Own Havaianas 2018”  last November 16 at the All Flip Flops Store at SM City Lipa.  The event was graced by no less than All Flip Flops’ owner Mr. Carlos Buenaflor together with his son Seb.

All Flip Flops owner Mr. Carlos Buenaflor (right) together with his son Seb strutting their own Havaianas during the launch of Make Your Own Havaianas at SM City Lipa.|

According to Ace Garcera, Marketing and Business Development Manager of All Flip Flops, the event aims to promote happiness.  As a matter of fact, Havainas also sells commemorative rainbow pins, – where part of the sales goes to “Save the Children” – a non-profit which provides relief and support to children in developing countries.

Ms. Lipa Tourism 2018 Melissa Malabanan during the launch of Make Your Own Havaianas at All Flip Flops SM City Lipa.|

This year’s commemorative sole on the other hand features a re-imagined version of the camouflage pattern with banana leaves against a deep blue background.  The event also coincided with the debut of the brand’s commemorative slim strap which can be matched with a multitude of colors for an eclectic chic look.|- ADVT.

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