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A Project Feasibility Study presented to the
College of Accountancy and Economics
Universidad De Manila

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Financial Accounting

by
FAT 43
Rishiel G. Ramos
Mark Jefferson Aranzanso
Erwin Carrascal
Jill Ann D. Miranda
Shannon S. Alfaro
Michelle Ann Nicole S. Maglalang
Flordeliza M. Alvarez
Angelie S. Tolentino
Arcell Atienza

to
PROF. JOHN ANTHONY M. LABAY, CPA, MBA
2016

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We want to give an overwhelming thanks to the people who helped us in accomplishing our Feasibility Study and with all gratefulness; this piece of work is dedicated to the following persons:

To our Almighty God, who always look up and secure the safety of the proponents in doing this project.

To our parents for the financial assistance and who’s always guiding us, giving us words of wisdom to inspire us in doing this project.

To our beloved Mr. John Anthony M. Labay who has greatly shared his knowledge with us with patience and diligence in helping meet the necessary works for the completion of the feasibility study.

Together, we sincerely acknowledge and give thanks to the persons mentioned above who have brought the success of doing this feasibility study

We are very grateful for this wonderful accomplishment.

DEDICATION

This Feasibility is dedicated to our Parents,

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LIST OF FIGURES .................................................................................................... v
LIST OF TABLES ..................................................................................................... vi
NAME OF THE BUSINESS ……………………………………………………... 1
MISSION/VISION STATEMENTS …………………………………………….. 2
PROJECT SUMMARY…...

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