Friday, June 10, 2016

Krispy Kreme Creates More JOYful experience as it Opens its First Concept Store in EVIA Center Vista City, Las Pinas

 International well-loved doughnut brand Krispy Kreme has recently opened its 78th branch in the Philippines and incidentally its first concept store at the emerging urban ub, Evia Center in Vista City, Las Pinas.

Southern fans of Krispy Kreme no longer need to travel far and wide to have a taste of their favourite doughnut brand as Krispy Kreme brought delight to those with craving for sweets in nearby communities of Alabang, Vista City and Molino. The fresh concept look of this Krispy Kreme branch has a more modern yet laid-back vibe with touches of warm colors. 

Purple Plum Fairy and fellow blogger John Japhet

Krispy Kreme’s new modern look helps customers to enjoy their delicious melt-in-your-mouth doughnuts and handcrafted caffeine beverages. The stylish chairs and wooden tables aim to engage diners to chat more and be comfy in such a cozy ambiance. Krispy Kreme definitely welcomes guests to linger more at Krispy Kreme’s Evia branch. 

All Krispy Kreme fanatics know the drill once they see the famous sign on. When they see the hot red light turns on....It means a new batch of freshly made doughnuts will be served and sold. You can get free original glazed doughnuts. 

Fresh batch of doughnuts made everyday for loyal Krispy Kreme fans

The first one in line who was lucky enough and deserved her Krispy Kreme Golden Ticket (which allows her to be entitled to a one year supply of her favorite Krispy Kreme doughnuts) was Ms. Patty Mojica. According to her, she had to spend 27 hours prior to the store's actual opening. 
Patty Mojica is Krispy Kreme's Golden Ticket winner

 “We are upping the ante in the way our consumers enjoy their favourite Krispy Kreme treats. By creating a new look, we look forward that consumers will also create more wonderful memories and delightful unforgettable experience at Krispy Kreme,” said Sharon T. Fuentebella, CEO of Krispy Kreme Philippines.

Senator Cynthia Villar and daughter Camille Villar together with Kripsy Kreme Philippines Executives cut the ribbon during the opening ceremony

“The Philippines continues to be such a valuable market for Krispy Kreme. We are upbeat with more growth opportunities here as we seek out to innovate and introduce more exciting products this year. We’re also proud of how the brand has grown in the past 10 years and counting. We’re also happy to note that despite the growing number of branches, we’re consistently delivering high-quality products and services.”

Krispy Kreme is a proud member of Max’s Group, Inc. , the largest casual dining restaurant group in the Philippines which also carries other popular brands like Max’s Restaurant, Pancake House, Teriyaki Boy, Yellow Cab Pizza, Sizzlin’ Steak, Dencio’s, Kabisera, Maple and Jamba Juice. 


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