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School is just as fun as summer when you’re #AlwaysInPacks with Bratpack

It’s back-to-school season again. New professors, new friends and a new set of back-to-school stuff are probably what make every student eager to welcome the academic year once more. Some may still have a hangover from their summer escapades and vacation; but the thought of them reconnecting with their friends gives them more reason to go to school.

The high demand of school essentials--premium and trendy bags, footwear, apparel and accessory brands--give Bratpack the chance to market itself as the go-to place for every student’s back-to-school needs. It is accordingly dubbed a purveyor of style and creativity as it continuously empowers the youth.

As part of its Back-to-School campaign, Bratpack is launching #AlwaysInPacks, which aims to translate the camaraderie and collaboration experienced in campus life, where one meets people who share the same interests and ideas.

The campaign also features a variety of its up and coming brands that suit the style of each and everyone in your pack: for your adventure-loving, adrenaline-junkie friend or for that over-achiever pal who just can’t seem to balance her love for acads and her love for make-up. Believe me, you name it – Bratpack’s definitely got you covered. #AlwaysInPacks.

Bratpack is located at Abreeza Mall, Alabang Town Center, Ayala Center Cebu, Ayala Centrio, Ayala North Point Bacolod, Avenue Square, Camp John Hay, Eastwood, Fairview Terraces, Gateway, Greenbelt 5, KCC Mall, MarQuee Mall, One Archers Place, Robinsons Galleria, Robinsons Place Palawan, Robinsons Place Pangasinan, Robinsons Place Manila, Shangri-La, SM Cagayan De Oro, SM Davao, SM Pampanga, SM North EDSA The Block, Solenad 2 Nuvali, Robinsons Las Piñas, UP Town Center, Greenhills Shopping Center, SM General Santos, Balay Quince, Banilad Town Center Robinsons Cebu, Venice McKinley, Vista Mall and is owned and operated by the Primer Group of Companies – Asia’s next retail giant.

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