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San Fernando, Pampanga Inaugurates Its First iFUEL Station

“iFUEL is the fuel of the Filipino future!” quips the honorable Vice Mayor Jaime ‘Jimmy’ Lazatin who is the guest of honor during the grand opening of iFUEL San Fernando, Pampanga station held last February 18, 2021.

San Fernando, Pampanga Inaugurates Its First iFUEL Station

The establishment of iFUEL in San Fernando, Pampanga ushers in the further development of the municipality towards its goal of becoming one of the fastest-growing cities in Luzon. “We see a very big potential for iFUEL to grow even further in San Fernando. This is our very first station in the province and we are hopeful to build more in the near future,” adds Krizzia Ann Loyang Tanabe, President and CEO of iFRANCHISE Business Services Corporation, the franchising arm of iFUEL.  

Also present during the ceremony are celebrity endorsers and co-owners fellow Kapampangan Ken Chan, actor and model Daniel Matsunaga, and matinee idol and firefighter Wendell Ramos who led the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the gasoline stations as well as its retails area that has Coffee Spot, iPHARMA Mart plus Pharmacy, and Food Caravan. The station is positioned to be a one-stop-shop of everything a motorist needs in his travel.

iFUEL, the country’s fastest-growing petroleum business, aims to be able to open more branches nationwide so that it would be able to fulfill its mission of giving a more efficient and competitively priced fuel to consumers, offering business options to fellow Filipinos through its solo-owned and co-ownership program, and providing job opportunities to those in need. 

To date, iFUEL has opened 4 branches and is targeting to inaugurate 20 more stations this year including Antipolo, Alfonso Cavite, Tanza Cavite, Angeles, and Porac in Pampanga, Cordova Cebu, Gulatac Zamboanga, and another branch in Marawi City. 

Topics: iFUEL , Jaime ‘Jimmy’ Lazatin , iFUEL San Fernando , Krizzia Ann Loyang Tanabe
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