No lines here: J.Co opens its first 24/7 store in Eastwood City
Loyal customers have something to celebrate with the famous donut house’s biggest branch yet
The latest addition to the fast-growing J.Co chain will soon be open 24/7 to cater to those craving for delectable donuts paired with freshly brewed Italian coffee and healthy J.Cool frozen yogurt treats anytime.
Gracing the special media event was no less than Johnny Andrean, founder of J.Co Donuts and Coffee, who flew in from Jakarta to witness the growing appreciation J.Co has been getting from countless Filipino donut lovers. He was glad to be part of the festivities to celebrate the seventh and largest J.Co branch in the Philippines.
Also on hand to welcome the guests were Mr. Oszen Chan–President, CFI; Mr. Carlos Chan–Chairman, CFI; Mr. Edgar Sia–Vice Chairman, CFI; Mr. Kevin Tan–First Vice President and Division Head, Megaworld Commercial Division, Megaworld;. Trina Lim, VP for Operations–J.CO CFI Philippines, Alvene Ngo and Lesley Chan, Marketing Assistants–J.CO CFI Philippines.
J.Co’s tremendous success traces its roots in Jakarta, Indonesia, where Andrean opened a cozy donut shop in 2005.
J.Co only serves freshly made delectable donuts and an array of stimulating coffee prepared by trained baristas.
Here in the Philippines, J.Co donuts can be enjoyed in SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia, Greenbelt 2, Alabang Town Center, SM Fairview and Trinoma mall.
With the opening of its newest store that is ready to serve donut lovers round the clock, J.Co is indeed set to redefine the Philippine café scene.
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