ArteSana's Passport Travel Journal
My Poveda batchmate, Sana Sta. Ana is about to launch her product called Passport, a travel journal cum scrapbook and photo album. This is perfect for people like me who enjoy traveling and wish to document and remember the details of our trips.
Passport will have several sections relevant to the tourist or traveler. These would include: interesting sights, restaurants, souvenirs, etc. The journal will come in four designs, appealing to four targeted groups, namely: backpackers, families, fashionistas, and sophisticated travelers.
Here's a word from Sana:
"In my travels, I am always fascinated by the unique culture that each place offers...its sights, sounds, taste, smell, and touch. I collect anything and everything that reminds me of the place. But once I return home, I do not have the time and luxury to organize my writings, photos, and souvenirs. I realized the best way to do this is while you are traveling. You can record and write everything while waiting for your plane, bus, or train ride or before going to sleep. The Passport journal guides the traveler to write and organize his or her collection according to its different sections even if the traveler is not a writer or artist. And in this age of modern technology, I like people to rediscover their passion in writing and reading."
Passport will be launched on September 22, 2007 at 3pm at the Museo Pambata on Roxas Boulevard, Manila City. (More details on this in our next blog entry.) The event is dubbed: "Travel Books for a Cause."
So, what are you waiting for? You may contact Sana at firstname.lastname@example.org for your orders and inquiries and I would appreciate it if you can let her know that you read about her product here at viloria.com
Go get yourself a Passport (or better yet, several Passports) and travel to a different world, externally and internally. This will make the perfect Christmas gift for your travel-loving friends and bloggers like me. =) You can also buy it for friends and family members for other special occasions and if you are looking for a unique corporate give-away, particularly if you are connected with the travel industry, then this Passport is something you may wish to consider.
It is good to catch up with girls whom you grew up and went to school with. We have all traveled down different roads but it is great to see what we have all made of ourselves. All the best to your new business venture Sana. =)
[By Angelica Viloria | Thursday, September 13, 2007]
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