Tuesday, July 31, 2018

AllHome Opens its 19th Store in Cagayan de Oro

Good news to all Kagay-anons as All Home finally opens in the City of Golden Friendship! The grand opening was well-attended by a lot of people and Mr. Manny Villar was present during the cutting of ribbon. Read below for more information about what's inside All Home.

The fastest rising home depot shopping solution in the Philippines is now in Mindanao.

AllHome is the country's only full-line home center. It eliminates the need to go to several locations just to get construction and furnishing materials, furniture, decor, and appliances as all of these are readily available in-store. The convenience AllHome brings does not end with its complete line of household materials and needs - AllHome carries thousands of local and imported brands. Home builders and home owners alike are sure to find what they need to build a complete and beautiful home.
AllHome is also the exclusive distributor of a roster of world-renowned and premium brands like leading Japanese sanitary ware INAX, premium Italian tile brand Iris Ceramica, and Spanish tile brands Cicogres, Alaplana, and Platera. With more options now made available to the residents of Cagayan de Oro City, building your dream home is now so much easier to achieve.

Coffee Project, the country's most Instagrammable Café, is now brewing in CDO

Cagayan de Oro is now home to Coffee Project's 28th branch. The boutique café, dubbed "the most Instagrammable coffee shop" in the country, brings to Mindanao region its signature coffee blends, premium pastries, and its work-friendly environment. Patrons can enjoy Wi-fi and a multitude of sockets perfect for extended work hours. Long tables are also available for meetings while quiet corners meant for those who want some alone time are also aplenty. The charm of Coffee Project does not end in its beautiful interiors but instead lies in its ability to give warm service to all kinds of coffee-lovers and café-goers.

Bake My Day, AllSports and AllToys unveil newest stores in Cagayan de Oro City

It's always nice to bring home something oven-fresh that the whole family can enjoy: sweet, savory or even just something to make your favorite sandwiches with. Bake My Day, a new concept bakery, provides more than 50 variants of baked goods at every location at any given time. Introducing its unique offerings to the people of Mindanao, Bake My Day brings its signature bread and pastries such as the Sushi Roll and Okonomiyaki bread. Bake My Day also offers cake customization services - turning every milestone into a memorable celebration.

Opening its 6th store, AllSports provides sports equipment and wear for athletes and enthusiasts alike. With an expansive collection of training gear and athletic footwear and apparel, AllSports gives CDO residents better options when it comes to both performance and athleisure wear. AllSports can also be found in Bataan, Laguna, Las Piñas, Taguig and Quezon City.

Now in the City of Cagayan de Oro, AllToys brings to Mindanao its wide collection of education ang recreational toys for children of different ages. AllToys' 9the branch carries brands like Hot Wheels, Barbie, Disney, My Little Pony, Lego and Hape among many others. For enthusiasts, select Star Wars and Marvel themed toy collections can also be found at AllToys. Not limited to toys, kids and kids-at-heart, can also find a variety of quirky knick-knacks as well as assorted arts-and-craft materials in the store. Cagayan de Oro residents can expect playful and colorful interiors as well as AllToys' signature train display found in all its other locations.

These homegrown brands are bringing a world-class retail experience to Mindanao as they open their doors in Cagayan de Oro City. Bake My Day, AllSports and AllToys can be found along Limketkai Drive at Limketkai Center.

AllHome CDO is the 19th Store to open across the country and is on track to open six (6) more branches in 2018.

Have fun shopping and see you there at AllHome. Don't forget to take a break at Coffee Project or Bake My Day.

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