Bunga ng kanyang pagsisikap! Kiray Celis shows her restaurant

Bunga ng kanyang pagsisikap! Kiray Celis shows her restaurant

- Kiray Celis is one of the celebrities who invested her hard earned money on business

- She owned a restaurant with a business partner who happened to be her boyfriend

- They are planning to open up another branch this year

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Kiray Celis is among the celebrities who invested their money to business. She is one of the owners of the restaurant called Chicks and Fins in Manila. The restaurant is operating for almost a year.

The restaurant is doing great and they are planning to open up another branch this year.

Kiray shared that she ventured into business because of her boyfriend who happens to be her co-owner also.

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"Sabi niya kasi para meron daw po akong fallback. Kahit hindi na 'ko artista, meron pa rin akong pupuntahan," she shared.

She also gave an advice to those who plan to put up a business.

"Don't give up. Kasi 'yung iba, 'pag nag-umpisa sila nang ganito tapos hindi nag-click, tumitigil sila. Hindi naman lahat ng business magki-click talaga eh. Hanapin mo kung ano 'yung patok at kung tatagal," she said.

Kiray, is a Filipina actress, comedian and the founder of Chicks and Fins. She was first discovered when she joined a contest called Muntíng Miss U of MTB at the age of 4. Soon after the contest, she joined the noontime show as the youngest cast member. Her first movie appearance was in the movie "Pera o Bayong (not da TV)" starring the entire MTB cast. Kiray also joined Going Bulilit.

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