Jollibee calls all families to spend time together this joyful Christmas season
posted November 07, 2018 at 06:23 pm
The country’s number one fast food chain Jollibee reminds us that amid all the fun activities and many obligations that the holidays bring, Christmas should always be about cherishing and spending time with the people who matter most.
Due to the many preparations that need to be done and celebrations that need to be attended to, some people become so busy that they do not get to spend as much time with their families anymore.
But even if it’s the most wonderful time of the year, nothing makes Christmas more meaningful and joyful than spending quality time with the family, even beyond the usual Misa Del Gallo and Noche Buena.
Family bonding, especially during the holiday season, fosters a generally happier atmosphere, creates precious and lasting memories, and strengthens relationships.
“It’s easy to get caught up in our individual lives, responsibilities, and social gatherings, but one thing to always remember is that our most treasured memories of Christmas are the ones with family. And to make this time even more joyful, families can bring home a bucket of our best-selling Chickenjoy, a Filipino favorite for kids and adults alike,” said Cathleen Capati, Jollibee AVP for Flagship Category.
Crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside, the perfectly-seasoned Chickenjoy is a delicious and simple way for families to celebrate Christmas together. With a 6-pc. bucket for only P370.00, they can gather around the dining table and dig in the Chickenjoy goodness together with big smiles on their faces.
“With the help of Chickenjoy, families can be left with full and happy hearts and tummies, and truly savor the message: ang Paskong kasama ang pamilya, ang Paskong pinakamasarap,” Capati added.
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