Lucky Starmaker Fireworks

December 25, 2008 § 2 Comments

It’s always a tradition for Chinese and Filipinos to start their new year right. One tradition is to light fireworks. Why? It’s said to be a lucky thing to do, to ward off evil spirits and bad luck.

However, some had experiences with nasty, foreign-made fireworks that led to injuries and even death to some. If you want to light a fire so to speak, you have to use high quality, Philippine-made fireworks, trusted even by foreign governments such as the Singapore Government.

Enter Starmaker…the only world class quality fireworks made by Filipinos. Starmaker is made in Cavite and passes the strictest Global quality control.

It’s safe to use and comes with instructions on usage so that you’ll not go wrong. If you want to see samples of the quality of these fireworks, check these places out:

SM Megamall- every Saturday of December
SM Bacoor- December 13, 21 and 28
SM Molino- December 13, 14 and 20
SM Dasmarinas- December 7, 21, 28 and 30
SM Marikina- December 5, 6 , 13, 20 and 27
SM Sta. Mesa- December 13 and 20
SM Mall of Asia- Every Friday and Saturday of December
Alabang Town Center- every Sunday of December
Discovery Shores- New Year countdown
EDSA Shangri-la Hotel- New Year countdown
Riviera Golf and Country Club- New Year countdown
Camp John Hay- New Year countdown
Amanpulo Resort- New Year countdown

Or…if you want to have some Starmaker fireworks to light yourself, order some from me. Text me thru my handphone number at 9063286207 or email me your orders. Jen CC Tan, who happens to be a good friend, gave me this opportunity to sell high quality Starmaker fireworks. I’ll be the one who’ll deliver to your house if orders are worth 5,000 pesos and up. (Note: wag lang probinsya, k? Puwede ako hanggang Cavite or Laguna lang).

Merry xmas to all and a prosperous New Year!


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