SNEAK PEEK: Jollibee’s 1,000th store is designed for millennials


Posted at Jun 29 2017 04:41 PM | Updated as of Jun 30 2017 01:42 PM

MANILA – A 20-meter long mural, wooden furniture and video walls adorn Jollibee’s 1,000th store, which is designed for millennials, company officials said Thursday, ahead of its opening next week.

The milestone outlet, located in Bonifacio Global City, will have a “modern tropical” feel, said Brandyard Inc. creative director Kristle Lady Tanmantiong.

Choosing BGC in Taguig, the country’s newest financial district, reflects the company’s “forward-looking” outlook, said Jollibee chief real estate officer William Tan Untiong.

The store will be open to the public on Tuesday.

The drive-through mural features the Philippine eagle, the carabao and the sarimanok grabbing some Chickenjoy to bring home. Photo courtesy of Jollibee

The store's menu board is entirely digital. Photo courtesy of Jollibee

The second floor of the 1,000th store. Photo courtesy of Jollibee

Dance with Jollibee in the second floor's function room 2. Photo courtesy of Jollibee