Tuesday, June 11, 2013

UNIQLO opens 4th store at SM City Pampanga

May 24, 2013, City of San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines–UNIQLO, Japan’s leading global fashion brand, brings its top-quality apparel to Central Luzon as it opens its fourth store today at SM City Pampanga.

Following up on its very successful store openings in Pasay City, Quezon City and Taguig City, UNIQLO is set to reach more Filipinos by opening its first store outside of Metro Manila.

Located along Jose Abad Santos Avenue corner North Luzon Expressway or NLEX, SM City Pampanga is the first SM Supermall in Central Luzon and is currently the longest and the biggest mall in the region. The choice of UNIQLO to locate at this mall was made primarily to serve Kapampangans, who are known for their unique fashion sense, with Pampanga being known as one of the major gateways to the thriving Northern Luzon area.

The opening of its 1st store outside of Metro Manila is a sign of bigger things to come for UNIQLO and its customers. UNIQLO eyes opening more stores in the Philippines this year in order to bring UNIQLO’s excellent products to more people in other areas.

UNIQLO is seen as an innovator in the global apparel industry because of its various product lines that are highly functional and of outstanding quality at an affordable price. This UNIQLO promotes through its latest global brand concept “LifeWear," which describes UNIQLO apparel as Clothes for a better life for everyone, every day.
The UNIQLO store at SM City Pampanga is open from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

SM City Pampanga: Central Luzon's Largest Shopping Mall

UNIQLO opens its fourth store in the Philippines in SM City Pampanga, located at the intersection of Jose Abad Santos Avenue and North Luzon Expressway in San Fernando City. It is the largest shopping mall in Central Luzon with regard to leasable area (132,484 square meters). It opened on November 11, 2000 and features a wide variety of tenants and flagship stores. The mall underwent redevelopment with the opening of Annex One in 2002, Annex Two in 2003 and Annex Three in 2007.

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