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CD-R King reopens Tacloban stores

(The Freeman) - July 9, 2014 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines - Seven months after super typhoon Yolanda struck, the nation’s leading provider of affordable technology is pleased to announce that its branches at the Robinsons Place and at the Gaisano Mall in Tacloban City have reopened.

With rebuilding happening everywhere in the city, particularly business establishments, CD-R King is positive that it is going to be a great start for their two branches. 

CD-R King in Robinsons Place,  which officially opened last Saturday, June 28 carries all the latest products of CD-R King --- from computer accessories and gadgets  to home appliances and  school supplies. Tacloban City Mayor Alfred Romualdez led the ribbon cutting ceremony along with CD-R King Area Manager John Antig.

The two newly-reopened branches also have items from Kenko World,  a CD-R King subsidiary, which offers home improvement products, party supplies, health gadgets, fashion jewelry, and a lot more.

The latest models of California Eco-Bikes, a rechargeable bicycle that is designed to be an alternative mode of transportation are also available.

CD-R King and Kenko World combined have more than 400 branches nationwide. (FREEMAN)

CALIFORNIA ECO-BIKES GAISANO MALL KENKO WORLD KING R KING R KING AND KENKO WORLD R KING AREA MANAGER JOHN ANTIG ROBINSONS PLACE TACLOBAN CITY TACLOBAN CITY MAYOR ALFRED ROMUALDEZ YOLANDA
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