GREENWICH Pizza – Xavier branch in Cagayan de Oro joined last Wednesday its new nationwide unified delivery hotline #5-55-55 through a motorcade launch in the early morning.
According to Greenwich Xavier restaurant manager Ritchel Tugahan, the delivery hotline is applicable to Greenwich Xavier and Greenwich Gaisano branches. “If our customer comes from the western side, then we will accept the order and tap our Gaisano branch to do the delivery,” she said.
The new hotline #5-55-55 was launched in Metro Manila early in the year followed by the Davao City. Cagayan de Oro was the third city in the country to join the unified delivery hotline.
“We conceptualized the new hotline so it would be easy for all our valued clients to order whether they’re using landline or cellphone,” Tugahan said.
Greenwich Xavier accepts free delivery within the confines of Cagayan de Oro for a minimum purchase of P200.
Greenwich Pizza is one true Filipino pizza chain – a small entrepreneurship that made an extraordinary leap on the big league. What started out as a small over-the-counter pizza store in the Greenhills Commercial Center in 1971 is now the Philippines biggest pizza chain.
Greenwich Pizza gives you a scrumptious blend of exciting pizza and pasta innovations, all prepared for the comfort of the Filipino taste. More than just delicious food choices, they offer to transform your everyday dining into shared delightful moments with friends.
In 2006, Jollibee Foods Corporation bought all shares of Greenwich Pizza. The franchise experienced rapid expansion thereafter. It has more than 300 outlets nationwide.
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