Beefy TVC captures how Joshua Garcia rewards himself

In a new ad for the leading fast-food chain in the country, Kapamilya star  Joshua Garcia  is seen doing a workout routine, and at the end of the exercise, he rewards himself with a meaty beef burger.  

True enough, if there is one thing that hasn’t changed over time, it’s the fact that Filipinos absolutely love their burgers being super beefy and meaty. No other burger comes close to capturing that Pinoy taste than Jollibee Yumburger.  

Kapamilya star Joshua Garcia banners the latest TVC of the country’s leading fast food chain. 
And to drive that point home, Jollibee has launched a new TV commercial for the Yumburger starring its brand ambassador and popular celebrity.

“There’s really nothing like the Jollibee Yumburger when it comes to beefiness and being delicious. And  sakto yung  new commercial ko since I’ve started becoming more active and realized that I need to be fit and healthy especially during this pandemic. And what better way to enjoy  yung  efforts ko than with my favorite Yumburger,” said Joshua.  

“We know Filipinos really love the Jollibee Yumburger because of its beefy goodness that you won’t find in other burgers out there, and the fact that it’s made with 100 percent real beef. We’re always happy to remind them why it’s the best way to satisfy their burger cravings, just like Joshua in our new commercial,” said  Cathleen Capati, AVP for Bestsellers.

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Topics: Joshua Garcia , Jollibee , Yumburger
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