The last two months have been great for ZeroThreeTwo. A lot has been happening.
We opened The Assembly in JY Square, Lahug.
We scored an interview in Hanging Rice.
Yours truly was lucky enough to get featured in Cebu Daily News.
Normally, we don’t like to talk too much about ourselves. As you may have noticed, most of ZeroThreeTwo focuses on other people and the great things they are doing. With this in mind, we’re happy that our contributions to this-thing-we-call-life have been acknowledged.
Many thanks to the team from Cebu Daily News for finding me worthy to be in your storied pages. Thanks to Orly J. Cajegas for contacting me and giving me an opportunity to share the ZeroThreeTwo story. Thanks to Dr. Francis Xavier Solis and Bobbie Albert for making me look decent for the photos.
If you’d like to read the full interview, click here.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview:
What inspired you to come up with zerothreetwo?
You know how friends always want to start a cool business together? You sit around and start brainstorming all these crazy ideas—open a bar, start a car shop, maybe even an internet café. We decided to start a website.
So ZeroThreeTwo was founded with Jason Almendras and Jeremie Lim. We initially wanted to share all the things about Cebu that no one really knew about. Like no one was talking about the hole in the wall restaurants, rocking indie bands, or crazy talented artists. Most of all, it was a fun thing we could do among friends.