Decathlon is Now Here in the Philippines!
Fitness buffs are quite possibly jogging in place of excitement as Decathlon first opens its doors here in the Philippines. The number one sports retailer in Europe makes its debut in the country with a space in Filinvest Festival Supermall Alabang, Ground Floor.
Making Sports Accessible for Every Juan
With Philippines blessed with numerous natural wonders to support an extremely exciting lifestyle, Decathlon’s array of sporting equipment should practically fly off the shelves as they become available. There are gears for all types of sports from running, swimming, finishing, camping, cycling, yoga, and more.
A price comparison check shows that Decathlon Philippines offers sporting products with cheaper prices versus their counterpart stores. Their selection inventory is also wider with packages and individual products to meet the specific needs of every fitness enthusiast in the country. From sports shoes, backpacking bags, tents, bikes, surfboards, and yoga mats – Decathlon Philippines seem to have them all.
Decathlon offers several house brands such as BTWIN for bikes and multiple bike accessories down to a 100 peso bike pump that bikers can just slot on their bike rack for easy access. While house brands mean that you won’t be able to find them anywhere else, the extensive collection of parts and accessories in Decathlon Philippines guarantee that you’ll always have compatible parts for repair and upgrade.
Every Juan Tagline Commits to Filipino Sports Safety
The store will undoubtedly be staffed by people who know their way around these sporting goods. With a $1 billion sports industry as of last report, Decathlon obviously makes a point of providing their customer base not just with quality products but also quality staff to aid emerging sports enthusiasts.
Despite being a global company, Decathlon’s tagline of “Making Sports Accessible for Every Juan” showcases their commitment in providing sporting goods to meet the specific needs of the typical Filipino. Bikes, helmets, shoes, and other sports equipment should be a perfect fit for the typical Filipino body type to guarantee safety and comfort.
Decathlon currently has more than 1,000 stores all over the world and plans to add 30 more of their stores in Philippines alone. According to the company, these 30 stores should be in place within the next 10 years.
For more information about Decathlon Philippines, check out their official Facebook website through: facebook.com/DecathlonPH. This French Company should offer more sales, perks, and promos as it immerses itself in the Philippine sports community.
Photos courtesy of Decathlon Philippines FB Page
Location: Festival Mall Corporate Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila 1770
Store Hours: 10:00AM – 10:00PM
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