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

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. 

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"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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