Lenovo expands retail presence in southern Metro Manila

Customers from the south can experience Lenovo's end-to-end retail services closer to home with the opening of its 9th Lenovo Exclusive Store (LES) in the country located at the 3rd level, north wing of Festival Mall, Alabang.

Michael Ngan, Country Manager, Home and Small-Medium Business, Lenovo Philippines: "The opening of the Lenovo Exclusive Store in Festival Mall Alabang demonstrates our commitment towards addressing the growing IT demands of the consumer and SMB segments across the country.

A retail store presence, in an important regional gateway like Alabang in Muntinlupa, will help us reach out to serve more customers who can benefit from a demonstration and dedicated sales representatives."

Operated by PC Express, one of Lenovo's retail partners in the Philippines, this LES is the first among Lenovo's concept stores to cater to customers in the southern part of Metro Manila, as well as the neighboring provinces such as Cavite, Laguna and Batangas. Its location in Festival Mall, which is in the heart of the Filinvest Corporate City in Alabang, makes it an ideal stop while one shops or conducts business in this major gateway for people going into and out of Metro Manila, in the south.

Each Lenovo Exclusive Store is designed to be a convenient one-stop shop that lets customers see, touch, feel and experience the complete range of Lenovo products -the IdeaPads and IdeaCentres for consumers as well as the ThinkPads and ThinkCentres for small to midsize businesses and large enterprises.

With the opening of the Festival Mall LES, Lenovo now has concept stores in SM Mall of Asia, SM Megamall, Robinsons Ermita, SM Marikina, Digital Alley in Greenbelt, Makati, SM North, SM Cubao and SM Cebu. Lenovo also recently opened its first Think Exclusive Store at the Digital Alley in Greenbelt, Makati.

Ngan continued "Lenovo has consistently outperformed the market and maintained itself as the fastest growing PC company. We are not resting on our laurels and we remain committed to delivering exceptionally engineered PCs, building the brand nationwide, maximizing global supply chain efficiency, and enhancing our focus on emerging markets, such as the Philippines."

For product inquiries, contact Lenovo's toll-free hotline at 1-800-1110-0724 or log on to www.lenovo.com/ph. For more details and regular updates, follow Lenovo Philippines on Twitter (www.twitter.com/lenovophils) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/lenovophilippines).

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