Monday, July 30, 2012

Chicken Deli and SM Treat Elementary School Kids to a fun story-telling session

photo credits to owner
CHICKEN DELI in partnership with SM Malls have come together on July 17, 2012 at SM City Mall to advocate the importance of the National Children’s Book Reading Day, an event to show care and importance for children. CHICKEN DELI invited TV host, brand endorser, national athlete, actor and father Judah Paolo to read children books to the students of Bagong Pag-asa Elementary School and Sto. Cristo Elementary School.

“It was a wonderful experience to see the kids have a blast. It was an honor and a privilege to be a contribution to the next generation. Read to Lead, indeed!”

Judah Paolo having his favorite pechopak meal at CHICEKN DELI's SM North branch before the big read.
“Since the opening of our 1st restaurant in Bacolod in 1983, we were given an opportunity to help better the quality of life and of the community surrounding us. And we have grown, only because our customers have allowed us to grow with them. It is our privilege serving families in Bacolod and now in Manila. With the growth of our branches we are taking affirmative action in our social responsibilities as a family and children friendly restaurant to encourage kids to develop a love for reading at an early age. Because we believe, that readers make good leaders” says JB Mapa , Chicken Deli Head of Marketing.

In the middle are David Abrenills (CHICKEN DELI Communications Manager) with Actor Judah Paolo and students of Bagong Pag-asa Elementary School and Sto. Cristo Elementary School.

With branches in SM City North and Tutuban Center Mall, CHICKEN DELI has just began to enter the Manila market and is now open for franchise.

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