Salud S. Tesoro: The Story Of A Successful Entrepreneurial Filipina Book Had Been Launch

 TESOROS, the store famous for the best of Filipino-made gifts and crafts, is launching a book on the life of its co-founder, Salud Tesoro, to celebrate its rich legacy as it curates the best traditional and contemporary creations of Filipino talent.

Salud S. Tesoro: The Story of a Successful Entrepreneurial Filipina shares the inspiring tale of averitable orphan girl who grew up to become the “Mother of Philippine Handicrafts”, demonstrating how her brilliance, determination, courage and generosity took TESOROS from its first Escolta gift store to its magnificent stature today. 

The book launch will be accompanied by a special performance by noted theater and street performer Carlos Celdran at the historic Manila Polo Club in Makati City. The presentation involves visuals and sounds integral to the life of Doña Salud so that the audience, both loyal TESORO patrons and first-time clients born after her retirement from the public eye, can better understand the relevance of the skills and values that animate TESOROS up to this day.

“Through this book, one would appreciate TESOROS’ roots and vision,” said TESOROS Group CEO, Maria Isabel “Beng” Tesoro, the youngest of the ten children of Doña Salud. “It relates the core values instilled by our mother. Those values inspire us to constantly bring out the best Filipino works: to sustain traditional art forms by nurturing respected craftsmen, and to expand our reach and relevance by supporting creations of young upcoming designers, all the while maintaining the highest quality standards and hospitable service that our mother made TESOROS  famous for,” she added.  

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The TESOROS of today communicates its commitment to uphold Filipino artistry through an event series featuring re-interpretations of Philippine folk art, called “Disenyo at Talento.” This has widened the  reach of  An Alcantara’s  hand-pinched terra-cotta  Clay Storyteller  Dolls  and Mary  Velmonte’s papier-mâché Taka creations, which are now for sale at TESOROS branches nationwide.

TESOROS  offers  shopping  convenience  through  its  website  where  customers  can  make  on line purchases tailored to their needs, both locally and internationally. Customers can choose from the classic pasalubong souvenirs and its Filipiniana apparel collection. But more amazing products–such as coconut shells with hand-painted indigenous Filipino group imagery, polished carabao horn home décor, luminous contemporary capiz chandeliers, peppy table linens embroidered with mangoes and bananas, embroidered denim ladies’ handbags, and the Everyday Filipiniana Ramie-Retro fashioncollection– are now available at all TESORO outlets.

By taking the market to the next  level,  TESOROS proves that  Salud Tesoro’s legacy is not only preserved, but practiced–from its wide assortment with friendly prices, to the guarantee of quality, to its promotion of local talent, to the way it values its employees and partners, all  while serving the changing needs and expectations of the Filipino people and visitors to the country.

This coming October, Tesoros is going to celebrate 70th anniversary, please keep an eye out for the activities and programs . They have lined up to promote greater interest in filipino handicrafts as well as in the artists and craftsmen behind them.

To find out more about Salud’s story and her legacy in “Salud S. Tesoro: The Story of a Successful Entrepreneurial Filipina,” visit TESOROS at 1016 Arnaiz Avenue (formerly Pasay Road), Makati City.

To learn more about the company’s new products and upcoming events, email  info@tesoros.ph or tesoros@tesoros.ph,  visit  http://tesoros.ph/, or  like  their  official  Facebook  page:https://www.facebook.com/tesoroshandicrafts?fref=ts.  

 

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