Piolo Pascual, Dingdong Dantes, and Derek Ramsay are considered local Tinseltown’s A-list leading men. And having them in one room is extremely rare because that would mean overwhelming star power.
The three kings of local showbiz made every jaw dropped when they gathered at Dunkin’ Aurora Blvd. outlet and surprised its loyal patrons as they came in full force to grace the newly-renovated branch in Quezon City.
People queried whether they have considered working in one project outside their contract as Dunkin’ Donuts celebrity endorsers.
“If Dunkin’ was able to put us three together then why not? I mean, we can do something else. Just like my vlog, I’m able to express myself better and connect with fans,” Piolo said instantaneously.
To which, GMA’s primetime king Dingdong replied, “Nabitin nga ako sa shoot namin. So, I guess we should all do something different.”
Piolo is open to the idea of doing a movie with co-endorsers Derek and Dingdong, “Definitely, sana may mag-produce, malay natin ang Dunkin’ gawan kami.”
During the event, Derek shared that like Paolo and Dingdong, he’s also going is going to venture into vlogging. Apart from doing two movies this year, and one of them is with girlfriend Andrea Torres, clogging excites him so much because of the material he and his team already have.
“We might launch the vlog early February, we wanted to launch it last year but a lot of things had happened, and we’ve got so many materials to share with our fans,” Derek shared.
The newly redesigned Dunkin’ Donut outlet is located at 33 Aurora Blvd., cor. Balete Drive, New Manila, Quezon City.
Meanwhile, if you need your fill of good vibes this 2020, the newly-renovated Dunkin’ Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City branch is ready to put you in a wonderful mood through its upgraded 360 design and great tasting coffee and donuts.
All the elements are aligned with the Dunkin’ Proud design strategy, encouraging both Dunkin’ Donuts new and long-time patrons to experience and celebrate the brand that has been serving them in the Philippines for almost 40 years.
The outlet banners its signature orange and magenta colors, brought to life by artworks, one of which even bears local elements such as a tarsier, a jeepney, a pawikan and the Mayon Volcano. It has also a community table that encourages sharing and interaction, which has a provision for power supply to make it more convenient for students and businessmen who frequent the outlet.
For senior citizens and PWD customers who love their Dunkin’ coffee, couches are placed on the sides to give them their own space to relax. And for those who just want to grab and go, there is a dedicated take-out counter. Lastly, the warm white lights, plus cozy café-style tables and chairs, make it even more enjoyable to have their favorite world-famous Dunkin’ coffee and donuts.
To make it a year of good vibes, Dunkin’ Donuts offers the Dunkin’ Sari-Sari Bucket filled with 10 Choco Bang, 16 Premium Munchkins and 12 Dunkin’ Yan for P299. It is available in all Dunkin’ outlets until Jan. 31.
“There will be five more like this,” Derek referring to the new themed Dunkin’ 360 design and newly-launched meals. “And they’re dropping Donuts, just Dunkin’ to give it a better recall. Just like first name basis.”
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