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Kids get a feel of working at Jollibee with collectible toy set

Kids can have more playtime fun with their friends as they imagine preparing, serving and delivering their favorite langhap-sarap meals with the Jollibee Fun Store toys, now available with every Jolly Kiddie Meal.

The Jollibee Fun Store toys feature Jollibee and his Friends, Hetty, Popo, Twirlie, and Yum as they cook Jolly Crispy Fries, flip Yumburgers, serve Jolly Spaghetti, use the cash register, and deliver meals to give kids and their playmates a feel of working at a Jollibee store.

After designing Jollibee’s bike with stickers, simply press the button on the launcher to send him on his next delivery. At the noodles counter, a little push on Hetty will make her twist left and right as she serves the sweet-sarap spaghetti meal on a tray.

 

At the fries and burger counters, kids can help Popo cook by moving his hand and fryer with the pull of a lever on his back while Yum can lift patties with a press of a button on his back. At the ice cream counter, kids can imagine Twirlie getting orders and payments from customers as she presses the cash register with a push of the lever on her back.

Assemble your kid’s Jollibee store crew with every purchase of a Jolly Kiddie Meal: Yum Burger Meal at P94, Jolly Spaghetti Meal at P99 or Chickenjoy Meal at P125, each with its own Jolly Joy Box.

Hurry, complete the Jollibee Fun Store toy set, available until April 30. Head over to your nearest Jollibee branch and be sure to collect them all!

Topics: langhap-sarap meals , Jollibee Fun Store toys , Jolly Kiddie Meal , Jollibee , Hetty , Popo , Twirlie , Yum
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