[Latest UPDATE: June 6, 2012] It ‘s official: the long wait is over. The biggest and most popular fast food chain in the Philippines, Jollibee — will finally open its door to all excited Filipinos in Jersey City on June 10, 2012, according to its Facebook page. The Jersey City branch is the second here in the East Coast, after the first one opened in New York more than 3 years ago. Jollibee Jersey City’s business hours start at 7AM and end at 10PM, days to be determined yet.
Jollibee Jersey City
Description: Fast food, restaurant, breakfast, lunch, dinner, sandwich, chicken, Filipino Food
Where: Danforth Plaza, Jersey City (393 Danforth Avenue, Jersey City 07305)
Contact: TBD; Facebook
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Rising Tide Capital, Inc. is inviting all Filipinos in Jersey City to attend their FREE orientation this coming Saturday, April 17, 2010 at Five Corners Library on Newark Avenue. So if you’re planning or thinking of starting your own business but you don’t know how, give this orientation a shot. RSVP now if you are interested, as space is limited.
Orientation: Learn how to Start and Grow a Successful Business!
When: April 17, 2010 2PM – 3PM
Where: Five Corners Library (Mildred H. Hunke Auditorium)
Address: 678 Newark Avenue, Jersey City (just off of Five Corners)
Contact: RSVP 201-432-4316
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Finally the long wait is over: Jollibee has arrived in the east coast. It is located in Woodside, Queens, New York, at least 35 minutes away from Jersey City if you are driving. Jollibee opened its door on February 14, 2009 – Valentine’s Day.
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Filipina businesswoman Patricia Berberabe – the 67-year-old owner of the famous Filipino store on Newark Avenue (Phil-Am Trading, Inc) – is set to receive four awards, including the Presidential Awardees to be handed by the Philippine president Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo herself. In a week, she will be flying to Manila to personally receive her Banaag Award.
“Sa tanda kong ito, hindi pa ako nakarating sa Malacañang” she told Asian Journal in her interview last November 20, 2008 during the PAFCOM’s Press Conference for Community Heroes Award where she is also an awardee for being an outstanding leader in our community.
Congratulations and cheers po, Aling Patricia!
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