Globe Telecom added another milestone with the recent opening of its latest Gen 3 Store at the Cyberzone, 3rd Level of SM CDO Downtown Premiere.

The ribbon cutting and launching of the the city’s second Gen 3 Globe Store was graced by highly esteemed individuals from the owner company, Oro Gadgets, Incorporated, headed by President and CEO Mr. Roger Chiu and Chief Finance Officer, Mr. Edward Chiu, joined by their Board of Directors and Incorporators: Matron of Honor Mrs. Asuncion Chiu, Ms. Lilibeth Chiu and Miss Shirtly Tan.

Also present were Globe Telecom executives from Manila: Channel Management Head – Mr Bernie Liamson, Retail Sales Operations Head – Mr. John Velasco, Head for Globe’s Partner Sales & Development – Ms. Tania Padilla and SM Premier Downtown CDO personnel headed by VP for Mindanao Operations, Mr. Oliver Tiu. The dedication of the ribbon cutting was officiated by Reverend Jay Catane.

Globe Telecom has risen to become the number one mobile brand in the Philippines and the purveyor of the Filipino digital lifestyle. It provides cellular, broadband and mobile data services by focusing on enriching their content offerings to customers’ growing preference for multimedia platforms across multiple screens and devices!

What to expect in a Globe Gen 3 store? Globe Telecom has brought customer service to another level by offering their valued clients an opportunity to experience digital lifestyle and explore Globe’s wide array of quality products and services in a more interactive store set-up.

GLobe Gen 3 Store personnel offered a surprise dance number, preceded by an multinational themed opening dance number from HD Crew, one of CDO’s finest dance crews. Several amazing prizes were raffled off for guests, like tripods, USB connectors and Globe premium tumbler. Mr. John Velasco, Retail Sales Operations Head capped off the occassion with a closing remarks. And Ms Cindy Obenita hosted the event.

Globe Gen 3 Store at SM CDO Downtown Premiere opens all days of the week during mall hours.

More photos below.

all photos by Vincent Tom Udasco

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