Pugo Mayor Priscilla Martin commended the partnership of the public and private sectors for the second staging of the Tinungbo Festival.
The La Union politiko said different activities of the Tinungbo Festival has made Pugo a must-see destination.
“We were not able to reach the stage where we are now in the conduct of our festival if not for the partnership of the public and private sectors. Let us sustain the gains of our collective and individual efforts by leaving behind the past and looking towards a brighter future for Pugo,” Martin said.
Foodies are expected to visit Pugo on January 20 for the Tinungbo cookfest where indigenous dishes from the municipality’s 14 barangays will be showcased.
One unique aspect of the cookfest is that the dishes will be cooked in bamboo.
Martin said she will continue to push for more activities that will boost Pugo’s tourism industry.#