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Here are the brands that joined the Pink Movement!

Here are the brands that joined the Pink Movement!

The color pink has recently been all over our social media sites. As the campaign period started last February 8, people and brands have shared their support of Vice President Leni Robredo’s candidacy for the May 2022 Elections.

Let’s find out which Filipino brands have joined the Pink Movement for Leni!

1. Colourette Cosmetics

This Filipina-owned cosmetics company has been very vocal in its support of Leni since the beginning. Nina Ellaine Dizon, CEO and founder, has long been known as an advocate for women empowerment. Her support of the VP has transcended into her brand.

2. Japan Home Centre

Japan Home Centre is the Philippines’ first and original Japanese discount store. The company showed its support through an understated yet brilliant endorsement of the VP and its product.

3. Roots Collective

This sustainable Filipino goods marketplace is a community of social and creative enterprises. As a way to promote their Valentine’s sale, they have shared their creative ad material, of course, with a touch of pink!

4. Aquabest

Aquabest is the Premier Water Refilling Franchise in the country. With their tagline Peace of mind in every drop. Sa Aquabest, Kampante ka, they have also shown their support towards the VP.

5. Converse

Although the shoe brand has not explicitly shown their campaign for Leni, fans, and consumers of Converse have flooded their February 8 post, the same date as the grand proclamation rally, with commendation and cheers.

6. Sleepasil

The sleep supplement brand expressed their straightforward support through a well thought out ad material for the VP and for their company.

7. Bar.racks.ph

This liquor store jumped on the #KulayRosasAngBukas campaign through its witty and creative ad material.

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8. Belle de Jour Power Planner

The planner publisher also expressed their blatant support by means of a more serious post. Their love for the country really showed through.

9. Bayo

Bayo, a homegrown fashion brand, takes pride in being Filipino. The clothing company also took part in the campaign for the VP.

10. Straightforward

This local fashion brand has shared a simple yet strong message to all the voters out there. Understated but understood.

We, at Village Pipol, encourage everyone to vote wisely this May 2022 elections. Our future is in our hands.

Pink or not, our country and our people will always come first.

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