Catfish festival expected to give village in Davao City a marketing, tourism boost
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A village here known for its catfish farms is getting a marketing boost with the declaration of its 10-year-old annual Pantatan Festival as an official tourist event and the area as a Davao City "foodie" destination. The city council approved a resolution last week declaring the festival of Barangay Los Amigos, located in the western Davao City, as an offical celebration every last week of October. Pantatan, or hito, is the local term for catfish.
Carillo, C. A. (2015, October 19). Catfish festival expected to give village in Davao City a marketing, tourism boost. BusinessWorld, p. S1/5.
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