WalterMart opens 2 new Luzon stores

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines — WalterMart, the Luzon-based supermarket chain of SM Retail Inc., is opening two new stores in CALABARZON for the remainder of the year.

The company recently opened its 41st store in Antipolo, Rizal and will soon open another in Bacoor, Cavite by the end of October.

WalterMart, now one of the major players in the local retail industry, also recently reopened its legacy 7,000-square meter branch in E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave., Quezon City this year, bringing back the nostalgia yet with a modern feel to the New Manila neighborhoods.  This site is exactly where WalterMart started almost 30 years ago.  Built in 1992 as a small community supermarket in E-Rodriguez, WalterMart started to provide Filipino families a convenient and complete shopping experience. Going back to its roots, reopening its doors to the market that it has grown to serve over the years is something that WalterMart has taken to heart, bringing back a bigger, better, modern retailing experience for all.

“We remain true to our vision of bringing the good life to more Filipino homes through strategic expansion. We aim to bring our stores closer to serve neighborhoods with our signature service excellence as people still look for trusted, convenient and safe ways to shop especially during these times,” WalterMart president Jennilyn Uy said.

Aside from physically expanding stores, WalterMart is taking a step forward toward a stronger digital presence by growing its online grocery format through www.waltermartdelivery.com.ph, providing customers with a more convenient way of grocery shopping.

In September, it launched #14388 or the CallMeWally service, WalterMart’s “same day pabili (to buy) and delivery “ service where people can dial in and call #14388 to order from WalterMart Supermarket and Department Store. Customers may pay via flexible payment options such as cash on delivery or pick up, GCash, Paymaya or BDO Pay. No shopping fee and no minimum order required.

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