Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Robinsons Townville, Meycauayan Bulacan



Robinsons Retail Holdings, Inc. has been operating community malls for quite some time now. Starting with the first mall in Cabanatuan in 2008, the group currently manages nine (9) malls nationwide: Cabanatuan, Meycauayan, Pulilan, BF Ruins, Davao, Laguna, Dumaguete, Imus and Dasmariñas, Cavite. One more community mall is also scheduled to open before the year ends. These malls, however, were known in the community with different names.



“Robinsons Townville connotes a sense of belongingness, of being family-oriented, fun and friendly. It is convenient to go to. It offers goods and services that reasonably meet the expectations of households,” said Mr. Joel Delfin, AVP of Robinsons Townville.


To kick-off this milestone, a carnival-themed celebration was organized to excite the community starting with Meycauayan (August 14), Cabanatuan (August 28), BF Parañaque (September 11) and Pulilan (September 25). An array of fun and rewarding games and activities are in place for attendees to enjoy, including special performances from local performers. Besides the three-day sale at every launch date, customers can double their points on their Robinsons Rewards Card when they purchase in any of the Robinsons stores during this period.



Recently, I attended the grand opening of the Robinsons Townville in Meycauayan, Bulacan. I was delighted to see a carnival-themed celebration and wish I was able to bring my kids there, surely, they will like the characters in costumes, games and special performances.



Robinsons Department Store

Aside from the Robinsons Department Store, Robinsons Townville, Meycauayan is anchored by Robinsons affiliates like Robinsons Appliances, Handyman, Daiso Japan and South Star Drug. To complement these anchor stores, there are banks, ATMS, quick service restaurants, food kiosks, boutiques, a bookstore, a spa, a salon and an amusement center for kids as well as other full-fledged services designed to meet the needs of a growing community.








From baby needs, school supply, toys, fresh fruits and vegetables and my favorite Mango Otap ( Island Favorites), I easily found in the grocery.








To find out more about Robinsons Townville and its activities, visit its official Facebook page: www.facebook.com/RobinsonsTownville.

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