It’s time to meet Greenwich’s new barkada for another barkada food trip this month. This coincides with the launch of Greenwich’s new pizza flavor, the Cheesy Steak and Fries Overload.
This limited edition pizza is the latest offering from the country’s favorite barkada pizza and pasta brand, a definite must-try for everyone and best shared with friends and loved ones.
Greenwich Cheesy Steak and Fries Overload is an experience that you and your friends would want to try over and over again. It satisfies your craving for that melt-in-your-mouth steak and oozing three types of cheeses made up of mozzarella, cream cheese, and cheddar cheese topped with crunchy potato strings. Add the other Greenwich staples and your barkada’s all set to discover the #NewestBarkadaCraze to hit town.
“Our customers will discover a new barkada experience with the Greenwich Cheesy Steak and Fries Overload,” said Marla Buencamino, Greenwich brand manager. “It’s available for a limited time only so we hope that everyone will be able to satisfy their pizza cravings and bring their barkada and loved ones along for the trip.”
Launched on the first day of October at the Greenwich BGC branch, members of the media and guests were invited to a sneak peek of the newest pizza flavor and join in the fun activities with the brand ambassadors Yassi Pressman, Andre Paras, JM De Guzman, and Robi Domingo.
As the guests sampled the new #CheesySteakandFriesOverload, they were introduced to Greenwich’s new campaign, which focuses on discovering a new barkada experience.
Greenwich PR and Corporate Affairs Head, Cookie Cabrera, adds, “From music to new interests, hobbies, and especially food, Greenwich supports every barkada anywhere that welcome the adventure and enjoy sharing these new experiences. This new product is definitely for food-loving groups of friends all over the country.”
The new Greenwich Cheesy Steak and Fries Overload will be available until December 2015 only.
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