By Helen Castaño | 07:51 PM March 13, 2021
Former Panglao Mayor Doloreich Dumaluan and wife Marilou Dumaluan. Photo: Anthony Ceniza

Basing the economic growth and populace of Panglao, the tourism jewel in Bohol, 7-Eleven has opened its 3rd store at Moadto Strip Mall in Barangay Doljo on Saturday, March 13, 2021.

Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC), the company, as the country’s licensee and the local franchisor of 7-Eleven, has chosen Panglao to house its third store in the town based on the province’s impressive growth and population driver.

The store franchisee is Reichyl Dumaluan-Vallente, the daughter of former Panglao Mayor Doloreich Dumaluan and Marilou Dumaluan.

Rev. Fr. Leonel Hermogenes Grado during the blessing of 7-Eleven in Moadto Strip Mall on Saturday, March 13, 2021. Photo: Anthony Ceniza

Saturday’s opening was attended by the Dumaluans and their friends including Rev. Fr. Leonel Hermogenes Grado, the parish priest of St. Augustine Parish Church, Mesdames Ching Balucan, Fe Deguiño, Anecita Arcay and Alma Esterado, and some members of the Bohol media.

Refreshment was prepared by 10:31 by Chef M.

The products and services of 7-Eleven stores primarily caters to the young generation.

The Dumaluan family. Photo: Anthony Ceniza

Aside from its Slurpee beverages, 7-Eleven is also known for its Big Bite hotdogs, soft serve ice cream, fresh brewed coffee, siopao, pasta, stuffed pandesal, and traditional Filipino favorites such as hard boiled eggs, balut and green mango with bagoong.

Visitors during Saturday’s opening of 7-Eleven in Moadto Strip Mall in Panglao. Photo: Anthony Ceniza

Along with its 24/7 convenience, it also offers services including bills payment, phone/call cards and sim packs, and 7-Connect that allows customers to pay for online purchases with cash through any 7-Eleven store.

Surprisingly, 7-Eleven stores in Calape, Carmen, Sagbayan, Ubay, Panglao, Tagbilaran, Jagna and Loboc have 7-days’ sale and promo. Customers can get 50% off on selected items from March 8-14.

With 11 existing stores in Bohol, PCS is planning to end 2021 with more stores provincewide.

Visitors during Saturday’s opening of 7-Eleven in Moadto Strip Mall in Panglao. Photo: Anthony Ceniza

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