Red Ribbon reaches more families with Nasugbu branch
Manila, Philippines—Red Ribbon opened the doors to its first store in Nasugbu,Batangas—along JP Laurel Street, Barangay Poblacion III—last November 21, 2014 in time for the Christmas season.
The well-loved bakeshop’s branch in Nasugbu is the company’s 10th store in the whole of Batangas. The newly opened store is highly accessible to residents of Nasugbu as it is situated nearby the Town Hall, Town Plaza and the city’s Market. The branch is also close to one of the largest elementary schools in the city, Nasugbu West Central, and is also a 5-minute drive to Batangas State University—one of the most populated state universities in the province.
“Reaching more families is one of our main ambitions in Red Ribbon. By opening a branch in Nasugbu, we wish to make more Batangueño families’ celebrations special through our delectable cakes and pastries, especially in time for the holidays,” says Zinnia Rivera, General Manager of Red Ribbon.
The week before the opening of the new branch, Red Ribbon conducted a pre-opening event involving the Nasugbu West Central School and the Office of the Mayor. Red Ribbon organized games and introduced Buttermon, their first ever mascot, to over a thousand students and other Batangueños.
When Red Ribbon opened its doors in Nasugbu, guests were delighted to free slices of the bakeshop’s well-loved, cherry-chocolatiest Black Forest Cake. The bakeshop’s crewmembers surprised the guests during the opening as they performed a dance number.
“We are poised to continue bringing more sweet moments to families by opening more Red Ribbon stores”
The opening of Red Ribbon’s store in Nasugbu, Batangas signals the dedication of the local bakeshop in reaching more Filipinos, providing them the chance to treat their loved ones with delectable cakes and pastries. Residents of Nasugbu will now be able to make their celebrations extraordinary with well-loved products of the bakeshop such as the Black Forest Cake, Triple Chocolate Roll and Dedication cakes and pastries, such as the Butter Mamon, Ensaimada and Macaroons for a Cause.