Man Camps Out In Front Of Jollibee Canada Store For Aug. 16 Opening
JOLLIBEE CANADA – A man camped outside the newest Jollibee store in for the August 16 opening.
Millions of people can admit the Jollibee is the most loved fast-food chain in the Philippines. This fast-food chain has over 1000 outlets nationwide. Due to public demand, the owner decides to have branches outside the country.
The juicy Chickenjoy, Yum burgers and it’s Filipino style spaghetti is real comfort food for its customers. It never fails to bring joy to the lives of the people.
The Filipino people are not the only fan of Jollibee. Countless foreigners have already confessed that they were also obsessed with this Pinoy fast food restaurant.
Based on a report from ABS-CBN News, Jollibee is set to open the newest branch in Canada on Friday, August 16. The store is situated in Edmonton, the capital of Canada’s Alberta province.
Meanwhile, a man decided to camp outside the fast-food resto to be its first customer. The photo of the man was shared on the Facebook Page of Jollibee Canada.
The man already expected that there will be a long queue on the first day of its opening so he put up a lawn chair and post in front of the store. He will also have a great chance to win the promos of Jollibee.
According to the report, the Filipino fast-food chain will offer lots of promo on its opening. Customers will have a chance to get lots of Chickenjoy if they purchase $25 or more.
Jollibee’s Pinoy fans were surprised that the man exerted an effort this much to beat them on the line. Here are some of their comments on the post:
@Jullian Galvez: “You’re incredible. Hope they give something out special for you sir for being there as early as today. The chicken joy will not fail you.”
@Rose Alie: “Wow! Jollibee! He deserves more than a yr supply of chicken joy!”
@Cheston Calitis Marimon: “I was expecting a Filipino being first in line hehe. Good that some folks are already fans or at least curious of Jollibee”
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