Bo’s Coffee officially launched its first store in one of the world’s top vacation destinations, Surigao,to showcase globally what Philippine coffee has to offer.
Bo’s Coffee Surigao, located at Km 3 along the National Highway near The Philippine Gateway Hotel, Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, opened its doors on February 3. The event was graced by local government officials including Surigao City Mayor Ernesto Matugas Jr., Vice Mayor Marlon Coro, Philippine Coast Guard Auxiliary Director Johann Jake Miranda, Business Permit and Licensing Office chief Ernesto Kang, and Bukidnon Councilor Carlo Rey Calingasan.
“We are very excited to be here in Surigao as we showcase the Filipino talent and artistry that went behind the building of our store. We are excited to open our doors to the Surigaonon and give them an elevated Philippine Coffee experience,” Bo’s Coffee chief executive officer Steve Benitez said.
Bo’s Coffee is looking into opening more branches all over the Philippines and outside the country to promote Philippine coffee across the world.
“As we aim to be a Global Filipino Coffee Company, we have to assure that we are in key locations in the Philippines and simultaneously work on being in key countries globally,” Benitez said.
Besides the expansion, Bo’s Coffee sees to create more convenient ways for customers to order their coffee through other digital initiatives such as the Bo’s Coffee Advanced Ordering BOTTY which was introduced recently.
ABOUT BO’S COFFEE
Bo’s Coffee is a Filipino-owned enterprise founded in Cebu in 1996. It has over 100 branches in the Philippines. Bo’s Coffee is known for sourcing its coffee beans from farmers in Sagada, Mountain Province, Mt. Kitanglad in Bukidnon, Mt. Matutum in South Cotabato and Mt. Apo in Davao.
♥, JL Arnaiz