Meet Andrea Ruiz and Rabbie Lumboy, former Singapore-based OFWs who started a mobile café called Lost Rangers. 

Due to the pandemic, Andrea and Rabbiewho used to work as a barista and a bartenderhad to return to the Philippines. Fortunately, they found a new source of income back home! 


"Naisipan namin [mag tayo ng coffee shop] nung nag punta kami sa [Paligue, Candaba, Pampanga,] Gusto namin mag kape pero walang establishment na mabibilhan," Rabbie tells Summit Media

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In just two weeks, they were able to transform the back of their pickup truck into a makeshift kitchen, where they serve coffee, milk tea, as well as alcoholic drinks. 


"Pagod kami pero 'yong pagod na fulfilling," shares Andrea. "Iba pala pag sarili mong negosyo." 

Watch the video below to see how Andrea and Rabbie started their mobile coffee shop:

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