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Rustan's Supermarket is Now Open at The 30th

Loyal shoppers of Rustan's Supermarket residing in Ortigas, Capitolyo,  and Valle Verde area now has a new place to shop for their favorite grocery items as Rustan's Supermarket opens its 25th store at Ayala Malls' The 30th located along Meralco Avenue.

Present during the opening ceremony were RSCI CEO Irwin Lee, RSCI President Donnie Tantoco, RSCI Chairman Emeritus Ambassador Bienvenido Tantoco Sr., RSCI Chairman Rico Tantoco Jr., Pasig City Mayor Bobby Eusebio and wife Maribel Eusebio, Ayala Malls General Manager Mariana Zobel de Ayala and Peter Ramirez, Ayala Mall's Leasing Officer.

"Opening the 25th Rustan's store is quite a milestone for us, and we are thrilled to be here," says CEO Irwin Lee. "This is also an opportunity for us to give the pleasurable and convenient Rustan's shopping experience to the residential and communities here." He also adds, "If we can be of service to help people save a bit of time and give them a more pleasurable shopping experience, then that's what we're here for."

Rustan's Supercenters is also gearing up to open more stores around the country this year.





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