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Biggest Jollibee restaurant in EV opens!

Cutting the ribbon are Ormoc Mayor Edward Codilla, Jollibee franchise owner Willard Chan and Ormoc councilor Vincent Rama, Cong. Lucy Torres-Gomez’s representative. Photos by Paul Libres & Jhay Gaspar

Cutting the ribbon are Ormoc Mayor Edward Codilla, Jollibee franchise owner Willard Chan and Ormoc councilor Vincent Rama, Cong. Lucy Torres-Gomez’s representative. Photos by Paul Libres & Jhay Gaspar

ORMOC CITY – Jollibee’s 105th branch in the Visayas, located here in this city, was inaugurated by its franchise owners and some important guests late afternoon of Thursday, August 21. Full operations started this morning, Friday, August 22.

The branch is the second Jollibee in the city and the biggest in Leyte and Samar. It can accommodate around 200 people, aside from having “drive thru” services.

Willard Chan, the franchise owner and wife Irene, together with Ormoc Mayor Edward Codilla and councilor Vincent Rama, representative of Leyte Rep. Lucy Torres-Gomez, cut the inaugural ribbon.

Chan, in his talk, said the second branch of Jollibee in Ormoc City was supposed to have opened on December 2013 yet, but it was delayed because of Typhoon Yolanda. By Paul Libres



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