Mex­ico Bayan, Pam­panga is home to Jol­libee’s 993rd store

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The quiet town of Mex­ico Bayan, Pam­panga wakes up to brighter days as Jol­libee opened its 993rd store in the area. Bring­ing ev­ery­day lang­hap­sarap good­ness to the res­i­dents and vis­i­tors, the open­ing of the new store is part of Jol­libee’s count­down to its 1000th store mile­stone in 2017.

Kicked-off in Davao, with the open­ing of their 991st store, Jol­libee also opened its 992nd store in the neigh­bor­ing town of Guagua, Pam­panga. The open­ing also marks the 39th store in the whole of Pam­panga, and the 171st in North Lu­zon.

Widely known as the culi­nary cap­i­tal of the Philip­pines, the warm re­cep­tion re­ceived by the 993rd store of Jol­libee is a tes­ta­ment of the din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence that it brings to gen­er­a­tions of Filipino fam­i­lies.

“We are very ex­cited to bring Jol­libee’s trade­mark joy and lang­hap-sarap good­ness to the peo­ple of Mex­ico Bayan, Pam­panga. Be­ing our 993rd store in the coun­try, we have pre­pared ac­tiv­i­ties and sur­prises for the lo­cals here to spread the joy even fur­ther,” said North Lu­zon Re­gional Busi­ness Unit Head Kay So.

The open­ing day fes­tiv­i­ties started with an elec­tri­fy­ing re­gional dance per­for­mance, fol­lowed by the of­fi­cial count­down, the new­est branch was re­vealed in grand fash­ion— drop­ping down a mas­sive red cloth that con­cealed the JolIibee Mex­ico Bayan store façade. The of­fi­cial store com­mem­o­ra­tive marker was also show­cased along with red bal­loon standees which formed the num­ber “993”. And as the doors of the Jol­libee Mex­ico Bayan of­fi­cially opened to the pub­lic, bal­loons were dis­trib­uted to kids and fam­i­lies, along with the chance to en­joy their fa­vorite Jol­libee m eal s.

Exclusive tum­blers de­signed by TeamManila Graphic De­sign Stu­dio were also dis­trib­uted to the first 100 cus­tomers of the 993rd branch. Jol­libee also had the Maaga ang Pasko car­a­van visit the La­put Ele­men­tary School, bring­ing early Christ­mas cheer by shar­ing toys and books with the school­child­ren.

The an­tic­i­pa­tion gets stronger among Filipinos who beam with pride that a proudly and truly Pinoy restau­rant will be cel­e­brat­ing its 1,000th store – a sym­bol of count­less lang­hap-sarap good­ness and the joy that gen­er­a­tions have en­joyed.

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