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Pangasinan, Philippines – A local resident has opened an association for automatic door locks in the city of Besam, Philippines.
Manfredo Santos said he has set up an automatic door lock association with his friends, and hopes to soon launch a company in Besam.
“I think it’s a good idea to start a business.
I hope we can sell these locks.
We can sell them for 20, 30, 40, 50, 100 pesos,” he said.
He said his business has already received more than 200 calls from people wanting to buy automatic door ties, but so far he has only received one order.
The association was established in the early 90s and Santos said it is already one of the most popular associations in Besams.
Santos said he already has several members.
“We are very well known in Besamin.
People want to buy our locks,” he told local radio station BTV News.
The president of the association, Pedro J. Guzman, told the media that there are no other associations in town.
“We have only one association.
The one we started in the 90s, it has been around for 40 years.
We have more than 10,000 members,” he added.
Manfredos Santos said there are a few other associations that have opened in Besami, but none of them had a similar amount of people.
The owner of the automatic door company told local media that he is not sure how many locks are sold in Besama, but said he expects to open another association soon.
Besam is the capital of the Philippines and is a hub for foreign workers from all over the world.
A resident of Besams said that he was a bit disappointed to see that Santos did not have a similar number of people signing up.
Some residents in Besamer also took issue with the association’s stance.
“It’s not good.
I think it is not good, it’s not fair.
There is nothing in the contract,” one resident said.
Another resident told local news website The Times of Mindanao that Santos has not shown the residents in the association anything.