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ES: Hoy era primer día de las promociones de daff wellness en la Universidad de San José (Filadelfia, Pennsylvania, US). Estamos empezando una colaboración con la universidad para que expanda al mercado internacional. Había mucha gente que probaron los productos y ya hay pedidos por más productos de daff wellness. El evento era una Feria Comunitaria con música viva, comida vegana, y organizaciones enfocadas en la sostenibilidad. EN: Today was the first day of promotion for daff wellness products at Saint Joseph’s University (@saintjosephs)! We are starting a collaboration with the university to expand sales internationally. Many people stopped by and tested some products, and there is already a list of pre-orders. The event was a Community Fair with live music, vegan food from @hipcityveg, and organizations focused on sustainability.

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EN: In 1992, Bangor, Maine donated five sowing machines. There were twelve people working at the shop. Then, the Salvadoran Institute for Professional Development trained forty workers on the art of styling and dressmaking. 20 of the shop’s artisans took an embroidery course offered by the parish of Saint Bartholomew of Arcatao. The workshop has gained momentum, making garments that are sold in El Salvador and in Bangor Maine. The goal is it expand to new markets, starting with the Saint Joseph’s University community. ES: En 1992, el hermanamiento de Bangor Maine (EEUU) dona cinco máquinas para coser. Doce personas conforman el taller. Seguidamente, El INSAFORP (Instituto Salvadoreño de Formación Profesional) capacita a 40 personas de la comunidad en corte y confección. La parroquia San Bartolomé de Arcatao promueve un curso de bordado en el cual participan 20 personas, algunas son las mismas de sastrería. El taller se fortalece elaborando diversas prendas que se venden tanto internamente y en el exterior (en Bangor Maine, EEUU). La esperanza es expandir a nuevos mercados, empezando con la comunidad de la Universidad de San José.

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