A clear sign of progress, Jollibee has open its 993rd store in Mexico, Pampanga this 3rd of December 2016. Timely for the upcoming yuletide season and an opportunity to feature the Kapampangan heritage and culture through Jollibee’s social media account, this is a special business event as the opening ceremonies is graced by the supportive Mayor Ted Tumang. Count down ensued, and the red fabric draping the store dropped with yellow and red balloons – a sight surely enjoyed by kids.
Having witnessed its opening, surely the Cabalens of Mexico warmly welcomed the business evidently by the long queues and continued flow of customers. A marching band brings festive spirit as they played lively music as Jollibee, himself, entertained the crowd with a dance. There is an activity booth in front of the store where customers have the chance to win prizes.
As the Pampanga Blogger’s Society representatives interviewed the PR Manager, Mr. Dennis Reyes, their aim to bring Jollibee brand of service and quality food closer to the families and to spur local employment opportunities are the main factors to put up a store in Mexico, Pampanga. The success of Jollibee all goes down with these factors – well-loved by kids and young at hearts, and its iconic array of food products that really fits the palate of Filipinos, that is truly langhap-sarap .
The store boasts its latest modern tropical store design and can seat a maximum of 237 customers. To fully cater the community of Mexico, Jollibee would open its doors 24/7. This means that workers coming home from the late night shift can satisfy their cravings and can seat a maximum of 237 customers. To fully cater the community of Mexico, Jollibee would open its doors 24/7. This means that workers coming home from the late night shift can satisfy their cravings of Jollibee foods and late night travellers and tourists passing by Mexico town can have their stop over here.
The next question is, where would be the 1000th store? Let’s watch out – tune in Jollibee’s social media accounts for updates.
Credits: Pampanga Blogger’s Society and Stratworks Inc.