‘Bakuna benefits’: 188 restaurants offer exclusive deals to vaxxed Pinoys

posted June 16, 2021 at 10:50 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
After getting the jab done, what to do next? Claim your “bakuna benefits”, that’s what.

‘Bakuna benefits’: 188 restaurants offer exclusive deals to vaxxed Pinoys
Taskforce T3, Smart Communications, and RestoPH spearhead Smart Bakuna Benefits to provide additional incentives for Filipinos to get vaccinated.
A total of 188 restaurants in NCR Plus (Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal) are offering free dishes, upsize on drinks, discounts, or buy one get one promos to those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19.

“Our offers are a way to welcome everyone back, thank them for being vaccinated and at the same time, speed up community protection through mass vaccination,” says Eric Teng, president of Restaurant Owners of the Philippines (RestoPH).

The program, dubbed as Smart Bakuna Benefits, is part of the vaccine education efforts under the Ingat Angat Bakuna Lahat campaign and is spearheaded by Taskforce T3 (Test, Trace, Treat), Smart Communications, and RestoPH. The exclusive offers aim to provide additional incentives for Filipinos to get themselves vaccinated.

“We hope that these exclusive perks would motivate our fellowmen to finally make the smart move and participate in our government’s vaccination program so that we can all protect ourselves, our families, and communities. This is a shared responsibility that goes a long way in building a better world,” says Alfredo S. Panlilio, president and chief executive of PLDT Inc. and Smart Communications.

‘Bakuna benefits’: 188 restaurants offer exclusive deals to vaxxed Pinoys

The offers are available during the operational hours of participating stores. The program started on June 1 and runs until August 31. Vaccinated customers only need to show their vaccination cards and a valid ID to avail of the promos. Go to www.ingat-angat.com/benefits for the list of participating restaurants.

Topics: “bakuna benefits” , NCR Plus , COVID-19 , Eric Teng , Restaurant Owners of the Philippines
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