AllHome opens 48th branch in Cabanatuan City

Published November 30, 2020, 5:30 AM

by James A. Loyola

AllHome Corporation, the country’s pioneering one-stop shop home store, has expanded its presence in North Luzon with the opening of its newest branch in Cabanatuan City.

  Located along Mabini Street Extension of the largest city in Nueva Ecija, the latest AllHome store is the firm’s 48thbranch and its 6thin Luzon outside of Metro Manila.

Seated between the provinces of Pampanga, Bulacan, Tarlac and Aurora, Cabanatuan serves as the Gateway to the North, positioning it as a key business, transportation, medical and educational center in Region III.

With its strategic location, AllHome Cabanatuan, together with AllDay Supermarket, Coffee Project and Bake My Day, offers its world-class standard of products and services, value for money, convenience, and excellent customer service. This unique retail ecosystem provides customers a complete shopping experience.  

AllHome recorded a 133 percent increase in revenues in the third quarter of 2020 versus the second quarter of the same year, as the economy continues to open up and buyers’ confidence continues its positive trend.  

“The third quarter showed promising results. Based on historical sales, we are looking forward to a better fourth quarter with the holiday rush coming in,” said Allhome Chairman Manuel B, Villar, Jr.

He added that, “The AllValue retail eco system has proved to be valuable in the expansion of AllHome. The presence of AllDay Supermarket, Coffee Project and Bake My Day helped to capture the local market.”

“We resumed opening of new stores as soon as we have seen the positive results of the previous months,” said AllHome President Benjamarie Therese N. Serrano. 

She noted that, “This is a testament to how fast we can mobilize our store expansion programs which we attribute to our synergies with the Villar group of companies.”

AllHome remains optimistic about its prospects for remainder of 2020. It is set to open one more branch in Bulacan on December to end the year with 49 stores. 

AllHome Vice Chairman Camille Villar said, “AllHome guarantees you a safe shopping experience. Our stores continue to carry out strict safety and sanitation measures to assure shoppers and its employees that AllHome is safe and clean, complying with protocols over and above government regulations. Being a home essential provider, AllHome will continue to provide service to those who are fixing their own homes or contractors who have resumed construction activities.”