Kuya J, a restaurant chain in the country, opens new doors as it aims to expand further its already growing family. It unveiled recently its unique franchise program during a festive event at the SMX Convention Center in SM Aura, Bonifacio Global City. Kuya J’s franchise program offers potential investors in-house financial assistance and exclusive business development support, a one-of-a-kind package.
Kuya J Group Inc. president and chief executive officer Winglip Chang invited aspiring entrepreneurs to sign up as franchisees. He said, “We have not only created a restaurant brand that is known to serve best-tasting dishes. We have also made it a home for one big happy family that shares the same values. With the launch of the new franchise program, we are able to welcome more members into our growing family.”
The event started with an energetic performance by the Far Eastern University cheerleading team. Their teamwork was something Kuya J wanted to underscore as an important part of the brand’s success. Bamboo capped off the event, serenading guests with some of his hit songs.
Kuya J has built a reputation for unique interpretations of Filipino favorite dishes such as roasted chicken, grilled scallops, bulalo and the very popular crispy pata. It is also known for its distinctive Halo-Halo Espesyal, which guests had the opportunity to enjoy at the event.
Aside from Chang, also at the event were Kuya J Group Inc. chairman Lowell Yu, chief financial officer Francis Reyes, Southeastasia Retail Inc. president Gwen Lourdes G. Lim and 8990 Holdings chair emeritus Luis Yu Jr.
For more information about Kuya J and its franchise program, visit http://www.kuyaj.ph/.