Free Mais Con Yelo Promo

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Mechanics:

1. For a single minimum purchase of Three Hundred Pesos (Php300), customer will be entitled to a free Mais Con Yelo.
2. Participating stores are Binalot Hampton, Hanston and Robinsons Novaliches.
3. This promotion is not valid in conjunction with other promotions and discounts.
4. Promo period is from March 1 to May 31, 2015. Redemption period is until July 31, 2015.

Participating Stores:

1. Hanston Bldg., F. Ortigas Jr. Ave., Pasig
2. Hampton East Arcade, C. Raymundo Ave., Pasig
3. Robinsons Nova Market, Quirino Highway, Novaliches, Quezon City

The Women That Wraps It All

(Source: AT IBA PANG PANGYAYARI)

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Binalot (www.binalot.com) is one among many companies that practice or observe diversity from the Boardroom, to its Management and to its Franchisees. There are four women out of seven in its Board, there are women leading its operations with Irene Lucas , its COO at the helm of day-to-day activities; three women in Marketing and a woman manager in Business Development. Added to them are the many women cashiers, staff and crew in the stores. The 18-year old Pinoy fast food company credits gender diversity for its continued success.

Women in Binalot are also very much present among the franchise partners. Here we take note of some admirable examples among its business partners.

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Ami Romualdo, Franchisee in Fisher Mall QC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Ami Romualdo, being a franchisee in Fisher Mall, QC takes her time. But what takes even more time is being a mother of two. So, a franchise business is actually the best deal for a busy mom like her. She can get very hectic at work but it is comforting to know that she can always turn to professionals and more experienced managers to help her run her store.

“It’s also good to have trained staff,” she continues. “At least I do not have to think of everything as all of us got trained in the same way, in the same system,” she declares.

Being women’s month, we focus on these women who balance work and family life and salute them for their ability to harmonize home and business activities.

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Women Wrap It All Up

March 17, 2015 by Melo Villareal

(Source: OUT OF TOWN BLOG)

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Binalot (www.binalot.com) is one among many companies that practice or observe diversity from the Boardroom, to its Management and to its Franchisees. There are four women out of seven in its Board, there are women leading its operations with Irene Lucas , its COO at the helm of day-to-day activities; three women in Marketing and a woman manager in Business Development. Added to them are the many women cashiers, staff and crew in the stores. The 18-year old Pinoy fast food company credits gender diversity for its continued success.

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Binalot in Commuter Express

(Source: COMMUTER EXPRESS)

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Binalot (www.binalot.com) is one among many companies that practice or observe diversity from the Boardroom, to its Management and to its Franchisees. There are four women out of seven in its Board, there are women leading its operations with Irene Lucas , its COO at the helm of day-to-day activities; three women in Marketing and a woman manager in Business Development. Added to them are the many women cashiers, staff and crew in the stores. The 18-year old Pinoy fast food company credits gender diversity for its continued success.

Women in Binalot are also very much present among the franchise partners. Here we take note of some admirable examples among its business partners.

For Ami Romualdo, being a franchisee in Fisher Mall, QC takes her time. But what takes even more time is being a mother of two. So, a franchise business is actually the best deal for a busy mom like her. She can get very hectic at work but it is comforting to know that she can always turn to professionals and more experienced managers to help her run her store.

“It’s also good to have trained staff,” she continues. “At least I do not have to think of everything as all of us got trained in the same way, in the same system,” she declares.

Being women’s month, we focus on these women who balance work and family life and salute them for their ability to harmonize home and business activities.

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Binalot goes Visayan from Malaya Business Insight

(Source: Malaya Business Insight)

 

Binalot goes Visayan pick up from Malaya Business Insight

 

FOR the Lenten season, Binalot has chosen favorite dishes from the Visayas region: Bangus Sinugba, Kinilaw and Laswa. Healthy favorites from the South will be offered at selected Binalot  throughout the Lenten Season.

Sinugba means “grilled”, Kilaw means “vinegared” and Laswa means boiled vegetables. The bangus sinugba is filled with chopped onions and tomatoes and then slowly grilled to a nice finish.  

Binalot recently celebrated its 18th year in the business and recently signed up a foreign franchise for Dubai, UAE. Binalot was founded by Rommel Juan and his friends in 1996 when they realized there were no real Pinoy options for dining that was fresh and portable using eco-friendly packaging. 

Binalot now has 45 branches all over the country, all serving Filipino food favorites in its trademarked wrapper of banana leaves, naturally preserving the food’s freshness.  

KINILAW NA ISDA – The freshest fish marinated in Pinoy vinegar and Ilocos onions and garnished with red hot peppers.  Perfect for the Lenten season.

LASWA – What could be healthier for body and soul but a fresh boiled vegetable medley of local greens and other Pinoy vegetables called Laswa. BINALOT offers this Visayan favorite to start its Lenten specials.  

BANGUS SINUGBA – This  national fish is now available stuffed with chopped onions and tomatoes and grilled to a nice finish. Sinugba is the Visayan term for “grilled”. – See more at: http://www.malaya.com.ph/business-news/living/binalot-goes-visayan#sthash.gYIMz4QW.dpuf

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Binalot in Commuter Express

 

(Source: Commuter Express)

 

 

For the Lenten season, Binalot has chosen favorite dishes from the Visayas region: Bangus Sinugba, Kinilaw and Laswa. Healthy favorites from the South will be offered at selected Binalot branches starting Feb 18, Ash Wednesday and throughout the Lenten Season.

Sinugba means “grilled”, Kilaw means “vinegared” and Laswa means boiled vegetables. The bangus sinugba is filled with chopped onions and tomatoes and then slowly grilled to a nice finish. Healthy not only for the body but also good for the soul.
Binalot recently celebrated its 18 years in the business and recently signed up a foreign franchise for Dubai, UAE. Binalot was founded by Rommel Juan and his friends in 1996 when they realized there were no real Pinoy options for dining that was fresh and portable using eco-friendly packaging.

Binalot now has 45 branches all over the country, all serving Filipino food favorites in its trademarked wrapper of banana leaves, naturally preserving the food’s freshness. It now also offers Franchising options with a number of pre-approved sites for the interested applicants. You can visit www.binalot.com for more information. Find us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, too.


KINILAW NA ISDA- The freshest fish marinated in Pinoy vinegar and Ilocos onions and garnished with red hot peppers. A favorite of our Visayan brothers, now at a Binalot near you! Perfect for the Lenten season.


LASWA- What could be healthier for body and soul but a fresh boiled vegetable medley of local greens and other Pinoy vegetables called Laswa. BINALOT offers this Visayan favorite to start its Lenten specials. Check www.binalot.com for the branch nearest you.


BANGUS SINUGBA- Our national fish is now available stuffed with chopped onions and tomatoes and grilled to a nice finish. Sinugba is the Visayan term for “grilled”. Catch our Visayan specialties starting this Lenten season. Visit a BINALOT store nearest you. www.binalot.com. Find us in Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, too.

 

Binalot Goes Visayan From Milostolemyheart

Binalot Goes Visayan

(Source:  Milostolemyheart)

When I started working almost 10 years ago, my first job was in Libis, QC. Most of my daily budget got spent on my fare because the office was too far from my mom’s place. So on days when I was not able to bring my packed lunch, it’s always Binalot to the rescue. It’s affordable, tasty, fresh and got a unique packaging.

Binalot recently celebrated its 18 years in the business and recently signed up a foreign franchise for Dubai, UAE. Binalot was founded by Rommel Juan and his friends in 1996 when they realized there were no real Pinoy options for dining that was fresh and portable using eco-friendly packaging.

For the Lenten season, Binalot has chosen favorite dishes from the Visayas region: Bangus Sinugba, Kinilaw and Laswa. Healthy favorites from the South will be offered at selected Binalot branches starting Feb 18, Ash Wednesday and throughout the Lenten Season.

KINILAW NA ISDA – Kilaw means “vinegared”. The freshest fish marinated in Pinoy vinegar and Ilocos onions and garnished with red hot peppers. A favorite of our Visayan brothers, now at a Binalot near you!

My Favorite Kinilaw na Isda

LASWA – What could be healthier for body and soul but a fresh boiled vegetable medley of local greens and other Pinoy vegetables called Laswa.

Hubs will surely love these vegetable medley

BANGUS SINUGBA – Our national fish is now available stuffed with chopped onions and tomatoes and grilled to a nice finish. Sinugba is the Visayan term for “grilled”.

Bangus is best served grilled

Binalot now has 45 branches all over the country, all serving Filipino food favorites in its trademarked wrapper of banana leaves, naturally preserving the food’s freshness. It now also offers Franchising options with a number of pre-approved sites for the interested applicants. You can visit www.binalot.com for more information. Find Binalot on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, too.